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  1. dhy8386

    DSDT for Asus P8P67-M PRO

    Oddly enough yes. I checked it in Linux as well. Use this lspci dump. Did it with root in Linus. better data LSPCI_P8H67_I_D.txt
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    DSDT for Asus P8P67-M PRO

    Thanks. Here is my lspci. i assume it was fine to run from my osx. lspci_outout.txt lspci_outout.txt
  3. dhy8386

    DSDT for Asus P8P67-M PRO

    Now i know why i was having trouble following along. I dont have those options in my BIOS. It looks like the H-boards cannot set the turbo ratios, core ratio limits, etc. Its just enable/disable on the Turbo Boost. Thats it. Checked 4 different H model manuals and all the same - which is different that the P models. Anyway, not sure what this means for getting all your work (and DHP) applied to this board but hopefully there is still a way... Hope you are getting some rest.
  4. dhy8386

    DSDT for Asus P8P67-M PRO

    No i think 3.4 http://ark.intel.com/Product.aspx?id=52207
  5. dhy8386

    DSDT for Asus P8P67-M PRO

    flAked, Ok dumped my ACPI tables with default BIOS settings. Attached. I wonder how different the DSDT edits will be for this board vs the P series. Eager to try and see. May have to do with the fact that i had SS off and all Cstates disabled? New one i posted is default settings. P8H67_I_Del_i5_2400_CPU.zip
  6. dhy8386

    DSDT for Asus P8P67-M PRO

    Cool thanks. Will do that now.
  7. dhy8386

    DSDT for Asus P8P67-M PRO

    Curious if anyone has the _PR modified for the i5-2400. Lots of 2500 and 2600 people around here but havent seen anyone do a 2400. I tried to do it myself but was not sure how to edit the pss and apss tables.
  8. dhy8386

    DSDT for Asus P8P67-M PRO

    flAked, I delayed sending these since you guys were working so hard on the P boards. Given where you are now, i am attaching the dump of all the acpi tables. Hopefully, these boards are similar enough that it will not be much work to get the DSDT working for the H boards, specifically the h67-i deluxe. I am committed to trying to get this to work for this board as well so let me know what I can do (admittedly its probably not much) that might help and of course if you have the time to help... Really appreciate all the work you guys are doing. P8H67_I_Deluxe_ACPI_Dump.zip
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    DSDT for Asus P8P67-M PRO

    Hopefully did as you said. I burned a copy of ubuntu 11.04 to disk. Started off the disk. Downloaded and installed acpidump. Opened a terminal window. Sudo bash to get me in as root user. Then ran the acpidump -o dsdt.bin which saved a copy that i uploaded. Did i screw something up? I have the Asus mini itx P8H67-I Deluxe. Running the i5 2400.
  10. dhy8386

    DSDT for Asus P8P67-M PRO

    flAked, my dsdt.bin attached. much thanks. dsdt.bin.zip
  11. dhy8386

    DSDT for Asus P8P67-M PRO

    OK Thanks. Much appreciated.
  12. dhy8386

    DSDT for Asus P8P67-M PRO

    hey guys Been following the thread and its amazing stuff. I have one question, and sorry if its a distraction so feel free to pass on it for now... I have the i5 2400 and not sure how i would adjust my ssdt_pr file to reflect the turbo ratios. I was looking at DHPs latest ssdt_pr compared to flAkeds latest for the 2500K and it is not just simply a few lines deleted to remove extra frequencies. Besides this one item, i think i got everything else working with your files in my P8H67-I Deluxe... Much thanks for any help or direction.
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    DSDT Auto-Patcher

    Wow. I was just hoping you added it at some point to the master. Thank you so much. Off to play.
  14. dhy8386

    DSDT Auto-Patcher

    Hi Mald0n! This is amazing stuff. I was hoping you could add my variant of the Asus P8 series. Its the mini-itx version: P8H67-I Deluxe. I have attached my send_me.zip Much much thanks. send_me.zip
  15. Hey Andy, Is this also true of the p67 Pro boards? Have you tested this with the USB 3.0? Just curious cause i had a support ticket in with Asus and if its all boards may get them to look into it more quickly.
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