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Any chance for the 3305 Bios to get patched for the Gene-z/Gen 3? It'd be super appreciated! Otherwise I'm trying to wrap my head around my SSDT as with this board I've never ever seen one as screwy as this. The P-State definitions are within another state, and tossed into another definition-it seriously makes no sense. All I want to do is define my P-States up to x48 (running at 4.8ghz). It'd be sweet if you could take a look a look at it but no need to I'm bound to figure it out in a couple of days... Though probably not really that good (got the SSDT out of Ubuntu AIDA64 is 6 SSDT's long rather than 3)

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Hi Philz :)

 

To patch your bios, take a look in this thread http://www.insanelym...howtopic=278208

About the SSDT, maybe there will be differences because yours is a Gen3 series but this thread is a good starting point http://www.insanelym...pic=266525&st=0

 

Well I've read both threads extensively (this one and the other gene-z thread) but take a look at the actual SSDT's it seems to me the important PSS part is smack in middle of no mans land in between two parts to one argument. Been using a self hacked generic SSDT but doesn't seem right... Someone else also said the SSDT makes no sense but I'm looking more for expert advice at this point :)

 

I do know how to edit it though it just isn't making any sense to me this one...

SSDTs.zip

48.dsl.zip

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On my 10.7.4 dont work p state ...only 16x and 49x

20/05/12 23:47:24,000 kernel: MSRDumper CoreMulti(16)
20/05/12 23:47:24,000 kernel: MSRDumper PStatesReached: 16 49
20/05/12 23:47:24,000 kernel: MSRDumper CoreMulti(16)
20/05/12 23:47:24,000 kernel: MSRDumper PStatesReached: 16 49
20/05/12 23:47:25,000 kernel: MSRDumper CoreMulti(16)
20/05/12 23:47:25,000 kernel: MSRDumper PStatesReached: 16 49
20/05/12 23:47:25,000 kernel: MSRDumper CoreMulti(16)
20/05/12 23:47:25,000 kernel: MSRDumper PStatesReached: 16 49
20/05/12 23:47:26,000 kernel: MSRDumper CoreMulti(16) 

 

I have 0902 rom patched

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my kernel log

21/05/12 19:30:28,000 kernel: P-State Stepper Error 18 at step 2 on CPU 0
21/05/12 19:30:28,000 kernel: P-State Stepper Error 18 at step 2 on CPU 1
21/05/12 19:30:28,000 kernel: P-State Stepper Error 18 at step 2 on CPU 4
21/05/12 19:30:28,000 kernel: P-State Stepper Error 18 at step 2 on CPU 5
21/05/12 19:30:28,000 kernel: P-State Stepper Error 18 at step 2 on CPU 6
21/05/12 19:30:28,000 kernel: P-State Stepper Error 18 at step 2 on CPU 2
21/05/12 19:30:28,000 kernel: P-State Stepper Error 18 at step 2 on CPU 3
21/05/12 19:30:28,000 kernel: P-State Stepper Error 18 at step 2 on CPU 7

After update 10.7.4

 

If delete from ACPI_SMC_PlatformPlugin.kext the infoplist iMac 12.2 ..this error in kernel there is not...wich is problem? :|

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Hi all : I thought I might tried the 3304 modified BIOS for my P8Z68-V Pro (currently running 3304 and 10.7.3 flawlessly) to upgrade to 10.7.4.

 

When trying to update the bios I to your modified 3304, I get a "Integrity Check" error. Is this BIOS not compatible with the Asus P8Z68-V Pro?

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my kernel log

21/05/12 19:30:28,000 kernel: P-State Stepper Error 18 at step 2 on CPU 0
21/05/12 19:30:28,000 kernel: P-State Stepper Error 18 at step 2 on CPU 1
21/05/12 19:30:28,000 kernel: P-State Stepper Error 18 at step 2 on CPU 4
21/05/12 19:30:28,000 kernel: P-State Stepper Error 18 at step 2 on CPU 5
21/05/12 19:30:28,000 kernel: P-State Stepper Error 18 at step 2 on CPU 6
21/05/12 19:30:28,000 kernel: P-State Stepper Error 18 at step 2 on CPU 2
21/05/12 19:30:28,000 kernel: P-State Stepper Error 18 at step 2 on CPU 3
21/05/12 19:30:28,000 kernel: P-State Stepper Error 18 at step 2 on CPU 7

After update 10.7.4

 

If delete from ACPI_SMC_PlatformPlugin.kext the infoplist iMac 12.2 ..this error in kernel there is not...wich is problem? :|

 

You need to fix your SSDT with the corrected PowerStates, Revogirl talked about and show the steps here.

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Look what the cat dragged in!

vultu, how do you do? :D

 

New updates coming soon, stay tuned :wink2:

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New Update

 

Added SSDT-1.aml to fix the P-states to use together with SSDT-3203.aml or with SSDT-0902.aml according to the BIOS version.

Added new smbios.plist to emulate Macmini5,3 instead of iMac12,2.

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You have to use SSDT.aml, SSDT-1.aml, the new smbios.plist and the BIOS options that I write at the first post.

If you want to over clock your CPU, you have to edit the SSDT-1.aml. More info here http://revogirl.word...owermanagement/

Thanks , can you edited for me , i am nobbie for ssdt table, my cpu is ovorclocked to 4,9

Please you need a three table ssdt from dsdtse ?

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I have never tried so high frequencies, I don't know it will work.

 

For the moment set Turbo Ratio to AUTO or only the Maximum Turbo Ratio to 49.

4900.zip

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I have never tried so high frequencies, I don't know it will work. For the moment set Turbo Ratio to AUTO or only the Maximum Turbo Ratio to 49.

 

Ok..now try wait please :wink2:

 

I have setting in bios only 4 turbo ratio to 49 , never used 43 45 47 49

 

:wacko:

 

Again 16 35 49 , SSDT+SSDT_1 + smbios mac mini

May 26 12:57:59 Mac-Pro-di-carmine kernel[0]: MSRDumper PStatesReached: 16 35 49 
May 26 12:58:00 Mac-Pro-di-carmine kernel[0]: MSRDumper CoreMulti(16) 
May 26 12:58:00 Mac-Pro-di-carmine kernel[0]: MSRDumper PStatesReached: 16 35 49 
May 26 12:58:01 Mac-Pro-di-carmine kernel[0]: MSRDumper CoreMulti(49) 
May 26 12:58:01 Mac-Pro-di-carmine kernel[0]: MSRDumper PStatesReached: 16 35 49 
May 26 12:58:01 Mac-Pro-di-carmine kernel[0]: MSRDumper CoreMulti(16) 
May 26 12:58:01 Mac-Pro-di-carmine kernel[0]: MSRDumper PStatesReached: 16 35 49 

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Roger, but you should listen what I tell you instead of to send me private messages.

If you wanna do things on your own, please don't ask me nothing anymore, I don't like speak to wall.

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Hello everyone, I just want to confirm what he says the Great buoo, I followed all his instructions on what he has generated in the forum, and my PC is fine but not any mistakes in Kernel.log, the pc is stable. :thumbsup_anim:

 

Thanks Mythical buuo if you had not have to invent :wink2:

 

greetings Perdu

 

P. S. excuse my horrible English, but I do not know how to speak, but I try to make do, and if so I came to understand what it says it sees that it is explained very well.

 

 

Asus Deluxe P8Z68

Intel ® i7 2600K 3:41 Ghz

XFX Radeon 6870 Black Edition

16GB Ram 4x4 GB PC3 1333 MHz

Corsair Force Series SSD 120 GB Sata III

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When you use the P8Z68 SATA kext, do you need to still load a kext for eSATA? I am getting boot hangs on the eSATA devices and was wondering if that one kext basically replaces the three you would install with TonyMac's ######. Thanks for all of this pal, this is some great work! Good Karma shooting back at ya! :)

 

iKahuna

 

P.S. Wow it blanked out Mul-ti Beeeeeast! Whuzzup with that? Some bad blood or something between the gang here and the fellers over yonder? ;)

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