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#1792693 HWSensors

Posted by mm67 on 04 February 2012 - 01:35 PM

I added your chipset profile into plugin. Check the repository. Now Cpu heatsink is showing value that is labeled as System in Windows programs, Motherboard is showing that disconnected sensor and real Cpu heatsink is missing. I had Prime95 running in background and I know that real Vcore value on full load is 1.380 V, correct Dimm voltage is probably 1.64 V, it is set to 1.65 V in bios. I have a feeling that now only temperatures of first two cores are shown two times, third core on my cpu always runs warmer than others. Fan speed reading and Radeon temperature seem to be correct.  Screen Shot 2012-02-04 at 15.28.53.png 46.74KB 151 downloads Here is same situation with old FakeSMC:  Screen Shot 2012-02-04 at 15.57.16.png 42.16KB 134 downloads Voltages are wrong here also but temperatures are correct because I rearranged names in IT87x.kext  Info.plist.zip 1.16KB 29 downloads

#1785819 [GUIDE] Lion 10.7 on Asus X58 (LGA 1366) i7 9xx

Posted by mm67 on 13 January 2012 - 10:21 AM

This is such an -awesome- guide. Installed on the config in my signature. Took a few trys (new and all) to get the graphics card enabled, and the AGPM set up the way I wanted. One thing of note, and I'm not sure everyone will have this problem, but, when I first installed, my cinebench scores were approximately HALF of what they should be. I figured it was due to the problems I had with the graphics. Spent a few days tweaking and mucking about. Figured out, that it wasnt my GPU that was hampering my system, my CPU score was TERRRRRIBLE! A few google searches later, I saw that I should add the following to my ocBp file <key>GeneratePStates</key> <string>Yes</string> <key>GenerateCStates</key> <string>Yes</string> Now the system performs as good, if not better than windows 7. Cinebench scores are exactly where they should be, and the entire system seems MUCH snappier. You didn't have EIST and...

#1337484 Help! Help i need Modified BIOS for msi p43 neo

Posted by mm67 on 21 November 2009 - 08:45 AM

where to find an etot file? and that with him to do? You can make it yourself. Start by extracting the original one, I'll show two easy ways to do that. Method 1. Download Ubuntu live cd, boot it. Open terminal and run cat /proc/acpi/dsdt > dsdt.aml Copy that dsdt.aml file to some place where you can access it later (usb stick, network share etc.) Method 2. Boot to Windows Install Lavalys Everest Corporate Edition Run it and right click bottom status bar Choose ACPI tool and select Save DSDT Save the file using name dsdt.aml Next you need to patch the dsdt, you can use Koalala's patcher in Windows or Fassl's patcher in OS X Koalala's patcher : http://www.insanelym...owtopic=142434# Fassl's patcher : http://www.insanelym...owtopic=133683# Then you make a bootcd with patched dsdt and install retail Leo or Snow Leo
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