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Hi,

 

That's great news, Rmantech.

 

Please post your exact specs. For future reference, you should always post them if you have any questions for forum guys.

 

Also, if you have the same board (assuming you do) i would like you to log your endeavors here. For one, I can help you and two I will benefit from the knowledge, as well as the community.

 

I will answer your SSDT question in a few hours.

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Rmantech,

 

here is how to generate SSDT.

 

1. Download the terminal shell script (attached)

 

ssdtPRGen.sh

 

2. Place on desktop

 

3. Open terminal

 

4. Type chmod +x [drag script from desktop to terminal window] (dont type whats in brackets lol) . and hit enter

 

5. type sudo [drag script from desktop to terminal window]  and hit enter

 

6. Enter password

 

7. When prompted to copy to /Extra, type n for no

 

8. When prompted to open SSDT.aml type n

 

9. After complete, the file is located at MAC SSD>USERS>USERNAME>LIBRARY>SSDTPRGEN FOLDER  (file is SSDT.aml)

 

10. Copy SSDT.aml to Clover/ACPI/Patched

 

BOOM done. Reboot and Verify that it is working.

 

 

 

 

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Hi, Sorry for the late post.

 

Case: Fractal Define R4 Titanium Grey (With custom carbon fibre front door wrap)
Wifi card: TP-Link N900
CPU: Intel core i7 4790K clocked at 4.0Ghz
Ram: HyperX 16GB 1600 MHz DDR3 Mhz memory
Motherboard: Gigabyte Z97 D3H
Graphics card: Onboard GFX HD 4600
Hard drive: 250gb Samsung SSD
CPU Heat sink: Corsair hydro h75 
PSU: Corsair cx600m 
 
Steps to Install:
Followed all steps listed by theconsumer1 with a few alterations...
Things I did differently:
Clover version used: v2.3k_r3944, (see attached photo for options ticked)
 
To use Onboard Graphics:
 
1. Download Clover Configurator
2. Open the consumer1 config.plist file using clover configurator
3. Left side tap select Graphics
4. Tick Inject Intel
 
I also had a problem where safari was causing the computer to crash when visiting specific sites e.g. yahoo.com
fixed in clover configurator by adding patch (See attached photo of kernel and kext patches section)
 
Geekbench Score:
Single Core: 4892
Multi Core: 15459
 
I've also attached my intel power gadget readings, please could someone let me know if they are ok?
 
 

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On 30/11/2016 at 7:02 AM, theconsumer1 said:

Rmantech,

 

here is how to generate SSDT.

 

1. Download the terminal shell script (attached)

 

ssdtPRGen.sh

 

2. Place on desktop

 

3. Open terminal

 

4. Type chmod +x [drag script from desktop to terminal window] (dont type whats in brackets lol) . and hit enter

 

5. type sudo [drag script from desktop to terminal window]  and hit enter

 

6. Enter password

 

7. When prompted to copy to /Extra, type n for no

 

8. When prompted to open SSDT.aml type n

 

9. After complete, the file is located at MAC SSD>USERS>USERNAME>LIBRARY>SSDTPRGEN FOLDER  (file is SSDT.aml)

 

10. Copy SSDT.aml to Clover/ACPI/Patched

 

BOOM done. Reboot and Verify that it is working.

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks you so much!!!

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Rmantech,

 

Your post was more than sufficient. I would also like you to provide your board revision. That is very very important in hackintoshing and most people overlook this. If you can look inside your build and find it, that would be awesome. Also, mention BIOS version.

 

Overall, great work. I highly recommend getting a GPU to put in there, but you must know that the new GTX 10xx Series graphics cards are not supported in OSX yet. Anything up to a 980 ti will work with Web Drivers or even OOB.

 

About SSDT:

Since you are using onboard GPU, i don't know if that changes anything. Im pretty confident that it doesn't. Anyway, you can verify the number of P-States/C-States you have with the following method...

 

See this link: 

CLICK HERE .      Under "How to Test Power Management"

 

(NOTE: Admins could remove link for tony crap purposes - let me know if its removed and ill find another way to get info to you)

 

 

The kext should output something similar to mine. However, your CPU will obviously have a lower max turbo freq (no OC), But it should as many P-states as you see in my photo. These are the frequencies that your system will run at.

 

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P.S. Intel Power Gadget seems to be showing SSDT is working somewhat. However, I too am having kind of a problem with my SSDT. Its working but for some reason when Chrome is open, it maxxes my CPU out. Otherwise, it scales fine. Try quitting all Apps and just waiting a few miinutes to see if CPU scales even lower than the image you provided.. But the apple intel info kext is the best method that shows hard data.

 

Nice work on your build btw.

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