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DSDT for Gigabyte Z77 Chipset

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I believe one thing has no relation with other.


Depending on what you wish, you can run a hackintosh without a patched DSDT, no matter if your mobo has UEFI BIOS or not.

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I believe one thing has no relation with other.


Depending on what you wish, you can run a hackintosh without a patched DSDT, no matter if your mobo has UEFI BIOS or not.

 

Bro i believe it would be a pro way to run a hackintosh with DSDT. My case i am using G1. Sniper M3 board and i could not able to manage any DSDT file from the Hackintosh community. Some professional say i don't need that if i am using mobo with Z77 chipset.


What you think?

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I can't give an opinion since I never used this mobo or chipset myself.


On the mobos I tested, one DSDT patch or another is always needed.

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I can't give an opinion since I never used this mobo or chipset myself.


On the mobos I tested, one DSDT patch or another is always needed.

 

Bro i would like to run hackintosh with DSDT file. Although i could not find any dsdt file for my mobo. Please help me how can i able to create a dsdt file. Any suggestion will be appreciable indeed.

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You can start by reading these tips http://Olarila.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=19&t=634

 

Thanks bro..It goes top of my head :P..Believe me this turotial is lil comfused for a new Hackintosher :(

Bro i found one more as below;

http://www.macbreaker.com/2012/03/make-dsdt-with-dsdt-editor.html


It says: You can download a patch for your specific motherboard from Olarila.com. I have checked the URL http://Olarila.com/forum/packs.php

and found Gigabyte G1. Sniper as you know there are so many version of G1. sniper like sniper 2, sniper 3, M3 ect. with diffrent chipset.


Should i use G1. Sniper patch text to create a DSDT file? Your pro hackintosh suggestion any necessary extremly.

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If chipset is different, I don't think you can use the same patch.


Look for patches used in other mobos with same chipset, preferably from same manufacturer.


Toleda was working on patches for Z77, you can try asking him http://Olarila.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=19&t=1535


Maybe the patches are the same from previous chipsets, but who knows, you need to test.

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If chipset is different, I don't think you can use the same patch.


Look for patches used in other mobos with same chipset, preferably from same manufacturer.


Toleda was working on patches for Z77, you can try asking him http://Olarila.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=19&t=1535


Maybe the patches are the same from previous chipsets, but who knows, you need to test.

 

Thanks you so much for ur time and reply. One thing i don't understand in DSDT patches by motherboard section all motherboards are define with model number except sniper. please define that section so no one will confuse.

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