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[SSDT] GA-Z77X-UD5H + Intel Core i5-3570K Ivy Bridge


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ZikPhil

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Good Morning,

 

I've tried to build a custom ssdt with ssdtPRGen for my CPU who can boost up to 3.8. I've made the edit, saved the SSDT.aml and put in the Extra folder. Added the DROPSSDT line in the boot.plist, changed my def to macmini 6,2 and somehow everytime i run MSRDumper.kext i only get: 

Jul 13 15:20:40 localhost kernel[0]: MSRDumper CoreMulti(34) 
Jul 13 15:20:40 localhost kernel[0]: MSRDumper PStatesReached: 16 34 

 

using the following command in ssdtPRGen (tool by toleda)
ssdtPRGen.command i5-3570K 3800
 
Any ideas?
 
 

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Edited by ZikPhil, 13 July 2013 - 10:03 PM.


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No one knows what edit you made and how your SSDT looks like now. It is impossible to tell anything unless you give more info.

If I remember correctly you don't need any edits for reaching 3,8GHz.



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I've added my SSDT plus more details about the tool i used, i hope this helps.



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Hi, add: GeneratePStates ?

 

I don't know if this still works with Chameleon, have been a Clover user for some time now, but perhaps it's worth a try. 



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Your SSDT is for 4.2GHz, not for 3,8GHz. Try using the original script. You can also use one of the attached SSDTs, I made them during some overclocking tests.

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