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Need help with DSDT and GPU patching.

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Hello,


I'm running an Asus Z9PE-D8 over here with dual Sandy E5-2650 Xeons, recently I could finally get PM running (Speedstep, Turbo) and decent almost normal GeekBench scores.


I'm still experiencing some problems with the GPU, I'm using an Asus GTX680 DirectCUII 4Gb version. I've edited the AGPM kext to get proper PM running (based on the iMac 13,2 setting which runs a GTX680mx).


The thing is that I'm still getting low FPS at the moment and the System information only shows 2Gb or VRAM for the GPU when in fact the board has 4Gb. I don't know if this could have an impact.


I've extracted my DSDT, but I don't know much about editing the DSDT and getting the best of it, could someone here please give me a hand on where to look at and what replace ? Or maybe have a look to my DSDT untouched ? Compiling it gives me some errors but I don't know anything about what it means.


Thank you in advance !


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DSDT.dsl.zip

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hello


try this one

 

DSDT.aml.zip

 

if u use clover for the nvram see this

 

<key>VRAM</key>
<integer>1024</integer>

 

http://clover-wiki.zetam.org/Configuration/Graphics#VRAM


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