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ASUS Z9PE-D8 WS DSDT 1.0.1

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Ready to go DSDT patched to ACPI 5.1 standards leaving just the four warnings that i am not experienced enough to fix.

BIOS used is the latest version for this motherboard from ASUS 5802 complied with MaciASL ver 1.4

Works with -xcpm + KernelPM if you have Ivy-Bridge LGA2011 v2 processors tested with Clover Boot-loader 3469

 

If you have more than 12c/24t then you will need to repair the Processor Scopes and their corresponding If (LEqual etc ) otherwise you will get Kernel Panic with AppleACPIPlatform 

 

Includes SSDT-1.aml to prevent the black screen sleep that you get with some Nvidia graphics cards - GTX660Ti tested here and it works perfectly with this card.

 

Needs testing with Chameleon and others. If you use and test it on anything other than Clover please let me know the results. There are more patches to fix bugs that can be applied from PJalms repository but I have not added them here since you might not be needing them.

 

Martin

(TpwUK)

SSDT-1.aml


What's New in Version 1.0.1   See changelog

Released

Added a further edited DSDT for 16c 32t support and fixed another compilation warning. If you need this version download DSDT.aml.101.zip

SSDT-1.aml




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