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[Guide] - SSDT with Pike's PM Script and use with CPUFriend


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u don't need it

no idea

No just need plugin type = 1

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Thanks MSI, great guide, really well described.

My question is:

I have XCPM active, if using the frequency injector via SSDT or kext, there is a further increase in performance?

u don't need

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18 minutes ago, Alexander Wang said:

SO I can generate with ssdtGen.sh just fine but when I go to cpu friend to get the C-frequency or make a kext file I keep getting file does not exist.

u just need a SSDT.aml, don't need a extra procedure ;) 

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1 minute ago, Alexander Wang said:

I understand Daniel you say I don't need the extra step but. CPU management is not working with droped SSDTs. It will not boot with type-in etc. Here is my SSDT that I generated. 

ye, but extra procedure is just for skylake+ processors for fix bug HWP, u don't need it

what smbios u use now? 

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10 hours ago, Alexander Wang said:

So if i boot using the Olarila usb image which use an macbook air 2012 smbios. Pc gadgets works and shows 3.4Ghz however wifi usb breaks and i guess handoff does to. When i use Imac or mac mini its in reverse. Any ideas? 

run command inside this folder in ur desktop and check what native PM tables

Patchmatic.zip

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On 1/5/2019 at 7:17 AM, onemanosx said:

Some of us might prefer to use injector kext instead of SSDT. This is how its done.

 

Creating injector kext with CPUFriend script

 

1. Type

./ResourceConverter.sh --kext
 

 

On 1/5/2019 at 3:50 AM, onemanosx said:

 

Step B: Generating SSDT data using CPUFriend script

 

1. Download CPUFriend master zip https://github.com/acidanthera/CPUFriend

While you’re there, download CPUFriend kext from the release tab and place the kext in Clover/Kext/Other

 

2. Extract CPUFriend-master folder to desktop

3. Open terminal

4. Type

cd ~/Desktop/CPUFriend-master/Tools
 

Hit Enter

 

5. Type

./ResourceConverter.sh --acpi 
 

When i type one of these commands "./ResourceConverter.sh --kext" or "./ResourceConverter.sh --acpi", none of them works. I get an error message in Terminal, "Does not exist!". I downloaded CPUFriend-master.zip, extracted to desktop and ran the commands (cd ~/Desktop/CPUFriend-master/Tools & ./ResourceConverter.sh --kext/--acpi) , and didn't work... Is this because of the version of my donwload? Do you have a older version of CPUFriend-master? Have you ever seen any case like this?

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16 minutes ago, thief_fighter said:

Do you know why my Geekbench and Cinebench result is 10% lower in Mac compare with Windows? 

no idea

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1 hour ago, redsmoke said:

I want to make power save and i have i5 10400. I don't still need that?

No

just need plugin type = 1

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