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    Broadwell E - i7-6950X x99 - Working

    OS X for playing games? The 6900k@4-4.3 GHz is the best bang for the buck. And it is lightyears before the XEONs in single core applications, which sadly still exists.
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    Broadwell E - i7-6950X x99 - Working

    Hmm... Even my 1000$ 6900k is a lot faster than the maxed-out Mac Pro, so whats you point @genivn? For editing UHD Video you need a very fast System.
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    Broadwell E - i7-6950X x99 - Working

    Try this tool from Intel. Intel® Power Gadget | Intel® Software
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    OS X 10.11 El Capitan setup guide for ASUS Rampage V Extreme x99 Haswell-E

    Yeah... And for now it is okay for me to block the Port in the DSDT. My first Target was a clean vanilla System without S/L/E Kexts. That is achieved. I think the boot argument exclude is the "nicer" way but for now it is perfect ok... ;)
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    OS X 10.11 El Capitan setup guide for ASUS Rampage V Extreme x99 Haswell-E

    I tried the uia_exclude but it didn't work as expected. Since i won't use this special port ever, thats perfect ok for me. I will try to create the SSDT again and report later... ;)
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    OS X 10.11 El Capitan setup guide for ASUS Rampage V Extreme x99 Haswell-E

    No. I can wake up the system by a mouse click or pressing a key on the keyboard - both works fine. I only recognized that the wake reason is still "kernel[0] <Notice>: Wake reason: ?" - in my opinion there should be EH01 or XHC, shouldn't it? You are welcome Hans. I removed the Device HS07...
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    OS X 10.11 El Capitan setup guide for ASUS Rampage V Extreme x99 Haswell-E

    I found it. There was a USB Device (Fan Controller) on a Motherboard-USB Port that waked up the system while loosing the 12V in the going to sleep process. I disabled these internal USB Port in DSDT and sleep works. Funny thing is, when i wake up the system with the usb mouse the wake reason is...
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    Broadwell-EP installer issues

    Broadwell E is working too. I dont' know if it is the best possible way: http://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/6950x-x99-working.195416/ Cheers Joe
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    OS X 10.11 El Capitan setup guide for ASUS Rampage V Extreme x99 Haswell-E

    Hey Guys, great Guide @Hans88. Thank you everybody for sharing your knowledge. I installed a 6900k with the Asus X99-A II. Since i got a lot of problems with the PM, the System use NULLCPUPowermanagement and uses C-States for Powerstepping which works ok for now. USB3 and the GFX1/HDAU via DSDT...
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    Broadwell E - i7-6950X x99 - Working

    Did someone get joy with Powermanagement / Sleep with the Broadwell E's?
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    Broadwell E - i7-6950X x99 - Working

    The GPU question depends on you needs. I work with highres raw video footage and use only one 980ti for GUI and calc. A friend use the same setup with two 970. Then both cards were used for calculation BUT that depends on the application you want use.
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    Broadwell E - i7-6950X x99 - Working

    Did someone get joy with Powermanagement / Sleep with the Broadwell E's?
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    Profile Build Signatures: Request Additional Components

    Please Add: I7-6900K (Maybe the complete Series: I7-6800K, I7-6850K & I7-6950X) ASUS X99-A II PALIT 980TI Super Jetstream Thank You
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    Broadwell E - i7-6950X x99 - Working

    Go with the II Gen Boards from ASUS. They support the new CPUs out of the Box. Greetings Joe
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