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Little help with LPCB injection!

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Hello everyone! I've found out that 10.9 somehow reads the device differently from the same DSDT file. So I basically need to modify my DSDT (adding name,ioname,compatibility injection) but i don't have much experience in dsdt editing. With a little help from old napalm it says i need to inject this:


 

Method (_DSM, 4, NotSerialized)
{
   Store (Package (0x08)
       {
           "device-id", 
           Buffer (0x04)
           {
                0x18, 0x3A, 0x00, 0x00
           }, 
           "compatible", 
           Buffer (0x0D)
           {
               "pci8086,3a18"
           }, 
           "IOName", 
           Buffer (0x0D)
           {
               "pci8086,3a18"
           }, 
           "name", 
           Buffer (0x0D)
           {
               "pci8086,3a18"
           }
       }, Local0)
   DTGP (Arg0, Arg1, Arg2, Arg3, RefOf (Local0))
   Return (Local0)
}

 



Thats explanation of temp behavior: Screen%20Shot%202013-06-15%20at%204.49.44%20PM.png



my GPU GTX 650 has almost same temp like GPU and this isn't normally because it's a Kelper GPU so in Windows around 28 30C maximum.

In 10.9...


37GPU 1500 rpm

33 CPU 1507 rpm


This is my DSDT: http://cl.ly/373m2e3w0N0D



Now who can help me to inject new IOName code...


The idea it's to regain same temps/rps fans as it in Mountaion Lion. Actually Mavericks reads a little different the values so it needs to be corrected!


Thank you very much, help appreciated!

 macOS 10.15.6

*GA-Z87MX-D3H F7 - OpenCore  | i5-4570 |HD4600 | I217-V | ALC892 | |DELL SE2416H via HDMI|

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hello


try this one

 

[attachment=0]DSDT.aml.zip[/attachment]

 

good hack

 


Not noticeable changes, anyway, thanks!


Screen%20Shot%202013-06-16%20at%2012.57.47%20PM.png


Is not a problem even it's running with 100-200rpm + different then ML.



Thanks!

 macOS 10.15.6

*GA-Z87MX-D3H F7 - OpenCore  | i5-4570 |HD4600 | I217-V | ALC892 | |DELL SE2416H via HDMI|

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