I am struggling with sound using Clover. I have attached my patched DSDT and config.plist. I have a GA-Z68Ap-D3 (rev.2) board running UEFI dual Bios. I can get sound to work but it is very choppy and static. Whether I use the on-board ALC889, a sound blaster USB or the HDMI the sound comes back as static and choppy. I have used un-patched AppleHDA, patched for DSDT and HDAEnabelr nothing seems to work. I have tried both MacPro3,1 and iMac12,1 SMBIOS to no avail. The sound works fine with Chameleon and Chimera - but my GeekBench is through the roof with Clover and I know it's the best bootloader to use. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
if you generated P and C - states then you created new SSDT so you must drop OEM one.
Sound problems usually means wrong frequency
I think your CPU has no 4600MHz
By the way, a question for Clover developer team and anyone savvy:
There's a lot of advertising about the main advantages of boot from UEFI (booting in less time and your boot loader surviving any OSX update - well, most of time). I can confirm at least the speedy boot advantage, and the boot loader invulnerability is quite unlikely for my system, since i have to use Aptio drivers. But the question is about a unadvertised but possibly existing advantage: will UEFI Clover be able to use OSX's SMC goodies, like in-os fan control etc., by allowing it to communicate directly with the motherboard's UEFI firmware, just like in a real Mac?
This is the question that discussed again and again. Don't know where it should be placed for all to be seen.
NO. SMC is not firmware, it is device that is present on real Mac and absent on Hackintosh.
FakeSMC is obligatory no matter what bootloader can you create.