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  1. Is there any more performance gained with the new patch in 10.13.4 beta?
  2. WhatEverGreen Support Topic

    Can you guide me to set the maximum resolution possible that its supported by my GPU?
  3. WhatEverGreen Support Topic

    I just wondering if there is any other workaround to fix boot screen resolution, I tried -radlogo but it didn't fix the problem. I use 4K screen and Vega FE card. EFI.zip Eddie’s Mac Pro IOreg.zip
  4. Hi nmano, in my case with the motherboard I have, it's a bit tricky to do the same thing. I can't figure out some stuff because my motherboard has two PCI bridges PCI0 and PCI1, so to rename devices I think it different. So what I want to know how exactly can I have the original SSDT that I can add my devices like the other original SSDT files you provided for the other motherboards? Is it the same method with clover bootloader and F4? because I did that and I had multiple SDDT files and I couldn't find which one of them I should edit. Can you please have look at the files I provided and guide me to what I can do? X10DAI dump files.zip
  5. But they said it's just a bug on Haswell that allowed this hack to work and maybe intel didn't do the same mistake when they design Broadwell-EP l am not sure. but if you make any progress gladly I will help.
  6. Vega Frontier Edition on High Sierra

    I tested them on 10.13.1 and they worked but without hardware acceleration.
  7. - You cant boot directly from the M.2 NVME drive with Supermicro x10-dai you must edit your bios ROM and add your NVME models in the bios UEFI files, or you can use NvmExpressDxe-64.efi and put it in these two directories \EFI\CLOVER\drivers64UEFI\ \EFI\CLOVER\drivers64\ - I never install 10.12.6 on my system because I use Vega FE and its only compatible with 10.13. - I only use 6,1 smbios. NvmExpressDxe-64.efi
  8. Hi fabiosun Can you test this and see if it will make any different in your power management performance. - Enable VT-d in your system. - remove EIST fix pformance patch from your config.plist. - in your bios setting under CPU HWPM STATE CONTROL change the option to HWPM OOB MODE. (I am not sure if you have such an option in your motherboard bios setting). - change your SMBIOS to iMac 17.1. I did that and for the first time I reached the Max freq of my cpus without any of the performance fix patches and my cpus idle performance is much much better. Idle during cinabench
  9. Hi fabiosun are you still using Piker Alfa's ssdtPRGen.sh script to enable CPU Power Management? I don't know if you are aware that RehabMan discovered that one can achieve the same result by merely adding the following code fragment under the "Generate" section of your Clover config.plist file. <key>PluginType</key> <true/> I am using this now for some time and it really works but not that well l still need to use performance fix patch but I am trying everything to a chive a proper power management, obviating the need to have a SSDT.aml file in your ACPI patched folder. For background information here is a link to RehabMan's write up on his new and simplified method, https://github.com/RehabMan/Clover. A Clover installer package including his mods can be found here https://bitbucket.org/RehabMan/clover/downloads/ I am not sure though whether RehabMan's CPU Power Management method has already been incorporated into the latest Clover available from SourceForge.? Will make a test installation later to find out. I wonder also maybe if you try this method you will come with a better result.
  10. I check it out, and I noticed that you have a kext to make your AppleLPC.kext Load. So I thought this is maybe the reason for not making my power management working well, I add a patch to my DSDT file and its worked fine. I mean the AppleLPC.kext. Still with no different result in my cpus power management. I also checked several things but with no luck. by the way no one with Broadwell-EP cpus have proper power management performance under HS 10.13 I checked and I asked several people with the same cpus and I can say no result, its really frustrating. I attached also my EFI file can you check it out? maybe I missed something. EFI c612 10.13.zip
  11. Hi,@nmano ​I tried several solution to have a proper power management with my CPUs. Like Brumbaer's PMDrvr.kext but its not optimized to my motherboard and cpus config, I am always on the high range frequencies even on idle is there anything I can do to enhance the speed stepping of my cpus? ​I am at HS final release and I have a dual Broadwell-EP cpus. I wanna mention that when I change in the bios the CPU HWPM STATE CONTROL to HWPM OOB MODE I can have a really fantastic CPU power management performance, but I can never reach the max performance even if I used performance fix from oarksit in clover patch section. but when I disable this option in the bios I can reach the highest frequency but with poor power management.
  12. [pre-release] macOS High Sierra

    apfs.efi from the GM incase someone need it. apfs.efi
  13. Hi Brumbaer, ​I tried every version of your kext but the moment I put it in /EFI/CLOVER/kexts/Other/ my system fail to boot. I am always on the high range frequencies even on idle is there anything I can do to enhance the speed stepping of my cpus? ​I am at HS DB9 and I have a dual Broadwell-EP cpus. I will appreciate any help.