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[Guide] Lenovo G50-70 Yosemite using Clover

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Once again to the battle. My lenovo is working all, almost the wifi/bt that is coming from china.
Now I have one question about SSDT. How many SSDT files must I really use to obtain the best performance in my processor?
None? Only related to HD4400, battery meter and all needed hardware patches? All with no errors/fixed errors?
At this momment I'm using SSDT-2, SSDT-3, SSDT-4, SSDT-5, SSDT-6. (SSDT-6 is for HD4400 patch).
SSDT-0 and SSDT-1 have many errors, so I discard. But I don't know if they are important for enhacing performance.

Why do I ask this? My Geekbech version 2.2.7 score for my dual core i5-4210u is 6.600 points in 64bits mode. A new macbook pro 13 ('15) from a friend is dual core i5-4258u and scores more than 10.000 points! Despite the fact that apple hardware matchs like a gauntlet for OSX, It is not so much difference?
i5-4210u max turbo is 2.7Ghz, i5-4258u max turbo is 2.9Ghz. Am I obtaining the max performance of my hackintosh or am I far away with my hardware/AML?
 

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Once again to the battle. My lenovo is working all, almost the wifi/bt that is coming from china.
Now I have one question about SSDT. How many SSDT files must I really use to obtain the best performance in my processor?
None? Only related to HD4400, battery meter and all needed hardware patches? All with no errors/fixed errors?
At this momment I'm using SSDT-2, SSDT-3, SSDT-4, SSDT-5, SSDT-6. (SSDT-6 is for HD4400 patch).
SSDT-0 and SSDT-1 have many errors, so I discard. But I don't know if they are important for enhacing performance.
It depends on the content of the files. Post your native files.

It is best to keep as many as possible, then add SSDT.aml generated from ssdtPRgen.sh (for CPU PM).

Why do I ask this? My Geekbech version 2.2.7 score for my dual core i5-4210u is 6.600 points in 64bits mode. A new macbook pro 13 ('15) from a friend is dual core i5-4258u and scores more than 10.000 points! Despite the fact that apple hardware matchs like a gauntlet for OSX, It is not so much difference?
i5-4210u max turbo is 2.7Ghz, i5-4258u max turbo is 2.9Ghz. Am I obtaining the max performance of my hackintosh or am I far away with my hardware/AML?
Just from a CPU standpoint: https://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu_list.php

i5-4258U 4064
i5-4210U 3385

So, 4064/3385=1.2 (20% more performance from i5-4258U)

Scaling your 6600 ... 6600*1.2=7920.

And GeekBench includes other factors like graphics performance and storage performance (MacBook would have SSD on PCIe).

But if you suspect something is wrong, post ioreg...

Post ioreg: http://www.tonymacx86.com/audio/58368-guide-how-make-copy-ioreg.html. Please, use the IORegistryExplorer v2.1 attached to the post! DO NOT reply with an ioreg from any other version of IORegistryExplorer.app.
 
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It depends on the content of the files. Post your native files.
My origin SSDT files are already attached in page 6.

Thanks for the explanation about geekbench. I think fusion drive and 16GB Ram make the magic.
 

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My origin SSDT files are already attached in page 6.

Thanks for the explanation about geekbench. I think fusion drive and 16GB Ram make the magic.
SSDT-0.aml: is PTID (mentioned in the guide)... can be excluded. But if you'd read the section on refs.txt, you would have discovered this file compiles with no errors after using -fe refs.txt during disassembly.

SSDT-1.aml: it will compile without error with "Remove _PSS placeholders"

Files with 'x': exclude

The rest compile clean.
 
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SSDT-0.aml: is PTID (mentioned in the guide)... can be excluded. But if you'd read the section on refs.txt, you would have discovered this file compiles with no errors after using -fe refs.txt during disassembly.

SSDT-1.aml: it will compile without error with "Remove _PSS placeholders"

Files with 'x': exclude

The rest compile clean.
Thank you Rehabman. I thought that there were various methods for dissamsembling the DSDT/SSDT with the same resoults. So I used iasl method because it seems more easy to me.
Following your instructions now I´m using fixed SSDT-1, SSDT-2 and SSDT-6. I don't notice any difference but I like to know that I am in the good way of optimize my machine :angel:
 
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Hi, I've a problem: when I started the installer the screen freezes so for hours.
I carefully followed the guide and I tried reinstall everything four times.
Any solutions? Thanks before!
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