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Geekbench has improved significantly.
Cinebench shows approximately the same results.

(all CPU settings in BIOS - in default or "Auto")

 

 

 

 

 

Test Results.zip

Nice to see.:)

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I have never seen 5000 points or more in Geekbench on this processor, including Windows. So the result with the latest OC changes is very good for me:thumbsup_anim:

I would like the same in Clover:)

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Hi anyone success or can help me please.

i have borrowd asus c422 and xeon w2195 to play around with so it is not in my signature.

 

i am stuck at random seed.

i am using vega 56 in this build.

msr lock is disabled in my bios.

 

thanks.

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1 hour ago, hotbullet said:

Hi anyone success or can help me please.

i have borrowd asus c422 and xeon w2195 to play around with so it is not in my signature.

 

i am stuck at random seed.

i am using vega 56 in this build.

msr lock is disabled in my bios.

 

thanks.

You can try my minimal EFI folders

Clover_5070_EFI.zip

OC_005_EFI.zip

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Hi, @obus

Any news about MSR 0x1AA patch for Clover?

 

I review BIOSes from different manufacturers, can't find any with MSR 0x1AA lock/unlock (similar to "Configure Lock" for MSE 0xE2).

Probably not used at all.

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Press F2 button in Clover GUI, preboot.log will be created in EFI/CLOVER/misc/ folder 

In debug OC from link above file opencore-2019-09-07-xxxxxx.txt will be created avtomatically

 

Is you install media created properly? what macOS version?

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On 9/7/2019 at 6:28 PM, hotbullet said:

hi yapan. 

thanks for reply.

clover freeze at end randomseed

 

oc 005 would boot to bios directly.

 

what should i do nexT?

 

try npci=0x2000 

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On 9/7/2019 at 8:02 AM, hotbullet said:

Hi anyone success or can help me please.

i have borrowd asus c422 and xeon w2195 to play around with so it is not in my signature.

 

i am stuck at random seed.

i am using vega 56 in this build.

msr lock is disabled in my bios.

 

thanks.

Send me your OC EFI folder.

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Well, using a native CPU is still a better option, since mine is always "Unknown"(with or w/o 0x0F01 CPU Type - no difference)

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finally i can see the install screen i use olarila x299 chipset efi folder and added 

_xcpm_pkg_scope_msrs_PMhart from obus post

 

:hysterical::thumbsup_anim:

For the first time with this rig I can get rid of FakeCPUID in Clover thanks to my saver @fabiosun with this  (only) kernel patch:

 89D804C4 3C227722 -> 89D804C1 3C227722   xcpm_bootstrap © Pike R. Alpha

 

will update how it goes.. thanks obus and yapan. for OC i have no idea at all how it works.

 

 

EVERYTHING seems ok geekbench 4 32K+ -SAME in windows.

CINEBENCH20 5200 5300

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5 minutes ago, hotbullet said:

ok now other issue. cpu w2195 is always at 3.0Ghz seems like no speed step.

can anyone help please?

read all thread because with only boot strap patch you can't achieve xcpm and correct steps for your rig

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26 minutes ago, fabiosun said:

read all thread because with only boot strap patch you can't achieve xcpm and correct steps for your rig

 

thanks fabiousm, I am reading I hope to find soon answer. if you happen to know can you please help.

 

thanks.

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6 minutes ago, fabiosun said:

thanks I have read I have to add 3 more patches? I have attached my efi folder.

thanks fro your guide. I am reading. if I hv doubt may I message you?

 

thanks alot

 

31D2E87E FCFFFF

replace

31D29090 909090

comment_xcpm_smt_scope

 

find

31D2E891 FCFFFF

replace

31D29090 909090

comment_xcpm_core_scope

 

find

31D2E8AE FCFFFF

replace

31D29090 909090

comment_pkg_core_scope

EFI.zip

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2 hours ago, hotbullet said:

thanks I have read I have to add 3 more patches? I have attached my efi folder.

thanks fro your guide. I am reading. if I hv doubt may I message you?

  

thanks alot

 

31D2E87E FCFFFF

replace

31D29090 909090

comment_xcpm_smt_scope

 

find

31D2E891 FCFFFF

replace

31D29090 909090

comment_xcpm_core_scope

 

find

31D2E8AE FCFFFF

replace

31D29090 909090

comment_pkg_core_scope

EFI.zip

For Mojave you need only FakeCPUID 0506E4(not 050654!) + _xcpm_pkg_scope_msrs_PMhart    31d2e8b4fcffff -> 31D29090909090

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9 hours ago, yapan4 said:

For Mojave you need only FakeCPUID 0506E4(not 050654!) + _xcpm_pkg_scope_msrs_PMhart    31d2e8b4fcffff -> 31D29090909090

@yapan4 if I put those 

my system will stuck at randomseed.

I tried using this as @obus discovery but my system will only boot in os with bootstrap enabled. otherwise it will stuck at ranndomseed.

 

I have tested a little bit further.
With FakeCPUID my rig boots with full powermanagment (xcpm) together with this patches:
1._xcpm_pkg_scope_msrs_PMhart 31D2E8AE FCFFFF ->31D29090 909090
2.pikeralpha reboot fix554889E5 41574156 41554154 53504189 D64889FB 4189F54C 8D3D7662 -> C34889E5 41574156 41554154 53504189 D64889FB 4189F54C 8D3D7662
3._xcpm_smt_scope31D2E87E FCFFFF -> 31D29090 909090

With xcpm_bootstrap © Pike R. Alpha 89D804C4 3C227722 -> 89D804C1 3C227722 my rig is booting without FakeCPUID and with any other patch but always without native powermanagment (xcpm).

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