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DSDT on Gigabyte 170, Z270, Z370, and Z390

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I've actually removed the 3 renames from ACPI/Patch as they are not needed in OpenCore so all I now have in ACPI is the DSDT.
Even cleaner!
 
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no, any bios changes and hardware changes as i already mentioned

I've just changed the CPU from an i7 8700k to an i9 9900k and I didn't need to make a new DSDT.

It's only actual bios versions that require that, as I've already stated earlier in the thread.

Here's the GB4 run after the first boot on the i9.
Everything is working as before, but faster :)
 

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I've just changed the CPU from an i7 8700k to an i9 9900k and I didn't need to make a new DSDT.

It's only actual bios versions that require that, as I've already stated earlier in the thread.

Here's the GB4 run after the first boot on the i9.
so you extracted a new DSDT after changing processors, compared them both, and both are the same?
 
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Nope.
No new DSDT.

I will check how clean the kernel log still is.
It was WAY cleaner with a DSDT than it was running hot patch.

The things that will change are the generated dependency SSDT tables, made in the background in either Clover or OpenCore.
 
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oh well, your choice
Three machines I've tried using Hotpatch are not making me happy when I look at the kernel log. When I put my DSDT in. The kernel log looks just like the real deal.
 

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Three machines I've tried using Hotpatch are not making me happy when I look at the kernel log. When I put my DSDT in. The kernel log looks just like the real deal.
you can also read up on a hotpatch guide here:

it is for laptops but you may gain some insight which can be used on Desktops

although, I am not sure what it is you are trying to hotpatch?
 
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