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AMD FX-8350 not recognized

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Hi guys,

finally Mavericks 10.9 works on my pc, but i don't understand why when i go on "about this mac" my Cpu is not recognized, can i solve or i must have a unknown cpu?

 

I install with this bootflag amdfx npci=0x3000 -v

id macpro 3,1

 

this is my configuration:

 

amd fx-8350

asrock 970 extreme 3 rev 2

gigabyte gtx 760 2gb

8gb ddr3

ssd 120gb

 

 

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What kernel are you using?

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Cosmetic, Unknown CPU in the about this Mac is common.

 

Will update in a sec on how to modify it

 

UPDATE:

 

Download TextWrangler (or any capable xml editor)

Open This file:

 

/System/Library/CoreServices/loginwindow.app/Contents/Resources/English.proj/AboutThisMac.strings
Hint: If you can't find it there are 2 ways:

1.

Open finder and navigate to System -> Library -> CoreServices -> loginwindow -> Right click -> Show Package -> Contents -> Resources -> English.proj -> AboutThisMac.strings
2.

Press the command key (Windows key on a standard keyboard) + shift + G
Paste this in there:
/System/Library/CoreServices/loginwindow.app/Contents/Resources/English.proj/AboutThisMac.strings
Now edit this:

<key>ABOUT_BOX_SINGLE_PROCESSOR_FIELD_FORMAT</key>
<string>AMD FX-8350</string>

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What kernel are you using?

 

i'm using this kernel: Bronzovka's (A.K.A. Bronyas) 10.9.0 mach_kernel_rc7

Cosmetic, Unknown CPU in the about this Mac is common.

 

Will update in a sec on how to modify it

 

UPDATE:

 

Download TextWrangler (or any capable xml editor)

Open This file:

 

/System/Library/CoreServices/loginwindow.app/Contents/Resources/English.proj/AboutThisMac.strings
Hint: If you can't find it there are 2 ways:

1.

Open finder and navigate to System -> Library -> CoreServices -> loginwindow -> Right click -> Show Package -> Contents -> Resources -> English.proj -> AboutThisMac.strings
2.

Press the command key (Windows key on a standard keyboard) + shift + G
Paste this in there:
/System/Library/CoreServices/loginwindow.app/Contents/Resources/English.proj/AboutThisMac.strings
Now edit this:

<key>ABOUT_BOX_SINGLE_PROCESSOR_FIELD_FORMAT</key>
<string>AMD FX-8350</string>

 

whit this solution cpu is full recognized or is also for label?

another question: if cpu is not recognized i use full cpu acceleration?

i see that i have 2mb L2 cache..but my cpu have 8mb L2 cache

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whit this solution cpu is full recognized or is also for label?

another question: if cpu is not recognized i use full cpu acceleration?

i see that i have 2mb L2 cache..but my cpu have 8mb L2 cache

The system is booted so that means your CPU is fully recognised it is just showing as Unknown because the kernel has been patched that way. You will get full CPU acceleration (you don't have stepping or power management on a AMD kernel by default anyway) and as before it's cosmetic it terms of the L2 & L3 cache readout.

 

FYI: I see you installed Mac under a different language then english, so you may need to change my method above for the appropriate language.

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The system is booted so that means your CPU is fully recognised it is just showing as Unknown because the kernel has been patched that way. You will get full CPU acceleration (you don't have stepping or power management on a AMD kernel by default anyway) and as before it's cosmetic it terms of the L2 & L3 cache readout.

 

FYI: I see you installed Mac under a different language then english, so you may need to change my method above for the appropriate language.

 

ok perfect! i use your method to edit file..Thanks Duran!

about id, i set macpro 3,1. For my configuration do you advice me to change to another id or use this?

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