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  1. simple because i am not sure you don't messed something in your system 10.13.4.. logic
  2. so, you have 10.13.3 working, I mean you could boot right now to it? second partition/drive? if its not too hard, make clean install 10.13.4 and test overclock
  3. backup and replace with this https://www.dropbox.com/s/qjye0il286b0bck/EFI_backup_replace.zip?dl=0
  4. Ok. If you say that in Windows are ok, and system are"vanilla" and SSDT all to ok, I don't know. Share EFI for close lockup
  5. I think your system are "vanilla" beside IOPlatformPluginFamily.kext. right?
  6. patched kext from my system IOPlatformPluginFamily.kext.zip screen uefi as rock
  7. not exactly, balanced and maximum performance same result
  8. only if you set maximum performance? need to se what its on my side
  9. yep.. looks ok. strange. results are just like on my pc.. and you say that when you boot to windows its up to 4.3?
  10. so you need to check again all UEFI settings... and set to 4300 - ASUS UEFI OVERCLOCK SETTINGS and check please in terminal and share output .txt files sudo pmset -g assertions > ~/Desktop/pmset.txt sudo kextstat -kl | awk ' !/apple/ { print $6 $7 } ' > ~/Desktop/noApple.txt sudo kextstat -k > ~/desktop/kextstat.txt sysctl machdep.xcpm > ~/Desktop/machdep.txt kextstat|grep -y x86plat > ~/Desktop/x86plat.txt
  11. but? are you sure that you actually did overclock? I mean, set correctly in UEFI test in linux or windows my work just the same in OS X linux and windows. if I set to 3.8 its 3.8 if I set to 4 its 4 share SSDT
  12. looks ok, just generate SSDT after you set overclock in EUFI and then give me a sign
  13. yahoo all ok) share your EFI folder and I will try to make it work also some screen from AiTweaker menu in my case its like that - http://www.technologyx.com/featured/beginners-guide-overclocking-intel-x99/4/