manoueltiger wrote:and what if I use a zen2 CPU ?Yeah I am testing just right now to see how it goes, I have a Ryzen 3900X and a X570 mobo, I am crossing my fingers...
I thought 15h_16h was for older CPU ???
that's a greeeeeat information, thanks dude
Inspector77 wrote:Hello i discover that if y use the vanilla kernel patches from 15h_16h cpus in my ryzen 2600xWow I already tested the 15h_16h patches in Zen2 3900X with x570 mobo and yes the performance is quite better, but I had to make some changes to make it work, I have to add the algrey - cpu_topology_sort -disable _x86_validate_topology from the 17h patches to the old ones, and the machine booted up, without that no. And the performance is really good in 3D now, in games in all scenarios. And the processor performance is really good. But I think is just one kernel patch the problematic, because I was mixing some configs from one to the another and when I use one the 3D performance got really low. I will keep updated about my investigations. But until now, full Usb 3.1/3.2, native audio with AppleALC, a lot better graphics performance with VDAHardware support for encode/decode h.264/h.265, until now the performance is lot better than my Intel Hackintosh and I got it because of you people, I will continue updating and I will make a guide with my Ryzen 3900X because now it performs just really good, a total beast.
i have good opencl benchmark.
With 15h_16_h config.plist :
4961 Single-Core Score
24951 Multi-Core Score
121131 OpenCL Score
With 17_h config.plist :
4821 Single-Core Score
24446 Multi-Core Score
41035 OpenCL Score
Perhaps one of the kernel patches It's the cause of the poor opencl perfomance.
Please test it if you have a 17h processor.
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