If all works no problem.Since you seem to be the only person to have been able to hackintosh the 7590, would you mind posting a guide? There are quite a few people around this forum and the internet who have been looking for a stable guide, and I think you could really help.
A post detailing the steps you took and what kexts, etc you downloaded would be perfect, if thats not asking too much.
Oh sorry bro that I couldn't help you, but probably is because of the OLED screen. Maybe has different registers to control brightness. (I am not sure)Yes it's a CFL processor. I have tried exactly as you say, but still broken. Here my last boot with just SSDT-PNLF
For OLED screens with no native brightness this brightness control does the job. It doesn't put an overlay but scales video signal. There was a free alternative (an ugly looking app and now it is gone - at least I can't find it). I am getting around + 1 hour with battery compared to an overlay solution.
P.S. You should remember shortcuts in the case you accidentally slide brightness to zero (black screen).
Btw it seems your I2C patch makes ACPI errors (probably because target device _SB_.PCI0.I2C1.TPD1 should be _SB_.PCI0.I2C1.TPD0)If all works no problem.
The link is broken.Oh sorry bro that I couldn't help you, but probably is because of the OLED screen. Maybe has different registers to control brightness. (I am not sure)
You can try this. It is old comment but you should try
I tried, did not work.Btw it seems your I2C patch makes ACPI errors (probably because target device _SB_.PCI0.I2C1.TPD1 should be _SB_.PCI0.I2C1.TPD0)
There is a support thread for making that patch and GPIO pinning :
This thread is intended for users of VoodooI2C to get support for using the kext on their system. What is VoodooI2C? VoodooI2C is a project consisting of macOS kernel extensions that add support for I2C bus devices. The project is split into two main components: the core extension and various...www.tonymacx86.com
Sleep work, but wake don't work. Have you a OLED panel ?Have you been able to get sleep to work? I've just managed to successfully set it up.