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    ASRock Z68 Extreme3 Gen3 DSDT Help

    hmm, whats the purpose of this kext? It looks like its used to fix stutter when using more than one core..I'll be more than happy to try it though, currently backing up. Will update with the results. Still same issues, did not see any improvement. Thank you though!
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    ASRock Z68 Extreme3 Gen3 DSDT Help

    Anyone even have this board and care to share their experiences?
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    ASRock Z68 Extreme3 Gen3 DSDT Help

    Okay guys, I've had much success in getting my Hackintosh to work thanks to all the work here and on Tonymacx86. However there is one thing I cannot get to work no matter what I do is sleep, and I've tried everything I know to do. I've been following this topic to get it done but it seems to be for other iterations of the ASRock Z68 chipset series and sadly not the Extreme3 Gen3. This is a great board and I know plenty of people who have it due to the price / features. At any rate, components: GPU: nVidia 550 Ti 1.5gb (Works great, fully supported now) CPU: Intel Core i5 2500 (no K, I kinda regret it, but I was on a budget) Mobo: ASRock Z68 Extreme3 Gen3 Bios Rev. 1.30 I'm using the latest Chimera bootloader, 1.9. Going to sleep works fine, and it stays asleep, waking up is the problem. Since the update to Chimera 1.9 it'll actually takes me back to the desktop upon waking but it freezes immediately. probing syslog via "syslog | grep -i "Wake reason"" gives wake reason: eusb. Uploading my DSDT Any ideas guys? I truly appreciate all the help I've received through this forum! dsdt.dsl.zip
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    help me plz i got cookies

    I got it to work using this. Your parts should work rather well, that GPU will work too try this and this. btw I have an ASRock Z68 extreme3 gen3, i5 2500, < no K. and a 550 ti. Its an awesome build! I just cant get wake to work lol. (Sleep does though). GL dude! Just noticed you wanted 10.6.6, IIRC 10.6.6 does not support Sandy Bridge CPU's. 10.6.8 does though..