# Pre-Built SSDTs

Simply select your hardware type and generation, then download the associated files. Once downloaded, place them in your EFI under EFI/OC/ACPI and head back to config.plist Setup (opens new window)

# Intel Desktop SSDTs

# Desktop Penryn, Lynnfield and Clarkdale

SSDTs required

Once downloaded, place them into your EFI folder under EFI/OC/ACPI and head back to the install guide

In-depth info on the SSDTs

SSDT-EC:

  • Used for disabling your real Embedded controller and creating a fake one for macOS to play with

# Desktop Sandy and Ivy Bridge

SSDTs required

Once downloaded, place them into your EFI folder under EFI/OC/ACPI and head back to the install guide

In-depth info on the SSDTs

SSDT-EC:

  • Used for disabling your real Embedded controller and creating a fake one for macOS to play with

SSDT-IMEI

  • Used for creating an IMEI device when one is not present in ACPI\
    • Required for Sandy Bridge CPU with 7 series motherboard
      • ie. B75, Q75, Z75, H77, Q77, Z77
    • Required Ivy Bridge CPU with 6 series motherboard
      • ie. H61, B65, Q65, P67, H67, Q67, Z68

# Desktop Haswell and Broadwell

SSDTs required

Once downloaded, place them into your EFI folder under EFI/OC/ACPI and head back to the install guide

In-depth info on the SSDTs

SSDT-PLUG:

  • Used for enabling Apple's XCPM in macOS, allowing for far better CPU power management

SSDT-EC:

  • Used for disabling your real Embedded controller and creating a fake one for macOS to play with

# Desktop Skylake and Kaby Lake

SSDTs required

Once downloaded, place them into your EFI folder under EFI/OC/ACPI and head back to the install guide

In-depth info on the SSDTs

SSDT-PLUG:

  • Used for enabling Apple's XCPM in macOS, allowing for far better CPU power management

SSDT-EC-USBX:

  • Used for disabling your real Embedded controller and creating a fake one for macOS to play with
  • USBX portion is used for injection USB power properties missing on Skylake and newer

# Desktop Coffee Lake

SSDTs required

Once downloaded, place them into your EFI folder under EFI/OC/ACPI and head back to the install guide

In-depth info on the SSDTs

SSDT-PLUG:

  • Used for enabling Apple's XCPM in macOS, allowing for far better CPU power management

SSDT-EC-USBX:

  • Used for disabling your real Embedded controller and creating a fake one for macOS to play with
  • USBX portion is used for injection USB power properties missing on Skylake and newer

SSDT-AWAC:

  • Used to enable the legacy RTC clock in macOS, as the newer AWAC clock is unsupported

SSDT-PMC:

  • Used to enable native NVRAM on "true" 300 series motherboards
    • ie. B360, B365, H310, H370, Z390
    • Note Z370 is not included

# Desktop Comet Lake

SSDTs required

Once downloaded, place them into your EFI folder under EFI/OC/ACPI and head back to the install guide

In-depth info on the SSDTs

SSDT-PLUG:

  • Used for enabling Apple's XCPM in macOS, allowing for far better CPU power management

SSDT-EC-USBX:

  • Used for disabling your real Embedded controller and creating a fake one for macOS to play with
  • USBX portion is used for injection USB power properties missing on Skylake and newer

SSDT-AWAC:

  • Used to enable the legacy RTC clock in macOS, as the newer AWAC clock is unsupported

SSDT-RHUB:

  • Used to reset USB controllers on Asus's 400 series motherboards due to poor ACPI implementation from the OEM
    • Note Gigabyte, MSI, AsRock, etc do not need this SSDT. Only Asus

# Intel Laptop SSDTs

# Laptop Clarksfield and Arrandale

SSDTs required

Once downloaded, place them into your EFI folder under EFI/OC/ACPI and head back to the install guide

In-depth info on the SSDTs

SSDT-EC:

  • Used for disabling your real Embedded controller and creating a fake one for macOS to play with

SSDT-PNLF:

  • Used for controlling the backlight on internal displays such as AIOs and laptops

SSDT-XOSI:

  • Enables many Windows-only functionality in macOS
    • Requires XOSI patch(covered later on)

# Laptop Sandy and Ivy Bridge

SSDTs required

Once downloaded, place them into your EFI folder under EFI/OC/ACPI and head back to the install guide

In-depth info on the SSDTs

SSDT-EC:

  • Used for disabling your real Embedded controller and creating a fake one for macOS to play with

SSDT-IMEI

  • Used for creating an IMEI device when one is not present in ACPI
    • Required for Sandy Bridge CPU with 7 series motherboard
      • ie. B75, Q75, Z75, H77, Q77, Z77
    • Required Ivy Bridge CPU with 6 series motherboard
      • ie. H61, B65, Q65, P67, H67, Q67, Z68

SSDT-PNLF:

  • Used for controlling the backlight on internal displays such as AIOs and laptops

SSDT-XOSI:

  • Enables many Windows-only functionality in macOS
    • Requires XOSI patch(covered later on)

# Laptop Haswell and Broadwell

SSDTs required

Once downloaded, place them into your EFI folder under EFI/OC/ACPI and head back to the install guide

In-depth info on the SSDTs

SSDT-PLUG:

  • Used for enabling Apple's XCPM in macOS, allowing for far better CPU power management

SSDT-EC:

  • Used for disabling your real Embedded controller and creating a fake one for macOS to play with

SSDT-PNLF:

  • Used for controlling the backlight on internal displays such as AIOs and laptops

SSDT-XOSI:

  • Enables many Windows-only functionality in macOS
    • Requires XOSI patch(covered later on)

# Laptop Skylake and Kaby Lake

SSDTs required

Once downloaded, place them into your EFI folder under EFI/OC/ACPI and head back to the install guide

In-depth info on the SSDTs

SSDT-PLUG:

  • Used for enabling Apple's XCPM in macOS, allowing for far better CPU power management

SSDT-EC-USBX:

  • Used for disabling your real Embedded controller and creating a fake one for macOS to play with
  • USBX portion is used for injection USB power properties missing on Skylake and newer

SSDT-PNLF:

  • Used for controlling the backlight on internal displays such as AIOs and laptops

SSDT-XOSI:

  • Enables many Windows-only functionality in macOS
    • Requires XOSI patch(covered later on)

# Laptop Coffee Lake(8th gen)

In-depth info on the SSDTs

SSDT-PLUG:

  • Used for enabling Apple's XCPM in macOS, allowing for far better CPU power management

SSDT-EC-USBX:

  • Used for disabling your real Embedded controller and creating a fake one for macOS to play with
  • USBX portion is used for injection USB power properties missing on Skylake and newer

SSDT-AWAC:

  • Used to enable the legacy RTC clock in macOS, as the newer AWAC clock is unsupported

SSDT-PNLF:

  • Used for controlling the backlight on internal displays such as AIOs and laptops

SSDT-XOSI:

  • Enables many Windows-only functionality in macOS
    • Requires XOSI patch(covered later on)

# Laptop Coffee and Comet Lake(9th and 10th gen)

SSDTs required

Once downloaded, place them into your EFI folder under EFI/OC/ACPI and head back to the install guide

In-depth info on the SSDTs

SSDT-PLUG:

  • Used for enabling Apple's XCPM in macOS, allowing for far better CPU power management

SSDT-EC-USBX:

  • Used for disabling your real Embedded controller and creating a fake one for macOS to play with
  • USBX portion is used for injection USB power properties missing on Skylake and newer

SSDT-AWAC:

  • Used to enable the legacy RTC clock in macOS, as the newer AWAC clock is unsupported

SSDT-PMC:

  • Used to enable native NVRAM on "true" 300 series motherboards
    • Only for 9th gen laptops

SSDT-PNLF:

  • Used for controlling the backlight on internal displays such as AIOs and laptops

SSDT-XOSI:

  • Enables many Windows-only functionality in macOS
    • Requires XOSI patch(covered later on)

# Laptop Ice Lake

In-depth info on the SSDTs

SSDT-PLUG:

  • Used for enabling Apple's XCPM in macOS, allowing for far better CPU power management

SSDT-EC-USBX:

  • Used for disabling your real Embedded controller and creating a fake one for macOS to play with
  • USBX portion is used for injection USB power properties missing on Skylake and newer

SSDT-AWAC:

  • Used to enable the legacy RTC clock in macOS, as the newer AWAC clock is unsupported

SSDT-RHUB:

  • Used to reset USB controllers on Ice Lake laptops due to poor OEM ACPI implementation
    • Mainly seen on Dell laptops

SSDT-PNLF:

  • Used for controlling the backlight on internal displays such as AIOs and laptops

SSDT-XOSI:

  • Enables many Windows-only functionality in macOS
    • Requires XOSI patch(covered later on)

# Intel HEDT SSDTs

# Nehalem and Westmere

SSDTs required

Once downloaded, place them into your EFI folder under EFI/OC/ACPI and head back to the install guide

In-depth info on the SSDTs

SSDT-EC:

  • Used for disabling your real Embedded controller and creating a fake one for macOS to play with

# Sandy and Ivy Bridge-E

SSDTs required

Once downloaded, place them into your EFI folder under EFI/OC/ACPI and head back to the install guide

In-depth info on the SSDTs

SSDT-PLUG:

  • Used for enabling Apple's XCPM in macOS, allowing for far better CPU power management

SSDT-EC:

  • Used for disabling your real Embedded controller and creating a fake one for macOS to play with

SSDT-UNC0:

  • Used to ensure unused or missing uncore bridges are properly disabled, otherwise kernel panic in IOPCIFamily in macOS Big Sur

# Haswell and Broadwell-E

SSDTs required

Once downloaded, place them into your EFI folder under EFI/OC/ACPI and head back to the install guide

In-depth info on the SSDTs

SSDT-PLUG:

  • Used for enabling Apple's XCPM in macOS, allowing for far better CPU power management

SSDT-EC-USBX:

  • Used for disabling your real Embedded controller and creating a fake one for macOS to play with
  • USBX portion is used for injection USB power properties missing on Skylake and newer

SSDT-RTC0-RANGE-HEDT:

  • Used to enable the legacy RTC clock in macOS, as the newer AWAC clock is unsupported
    • Added benefit is to resolve early halts in macOS Big Sur's booting due to poor ACPI implementation

SSDT-UNC0:

  • Used to ensure unused or missing uncore bridges are properly disabled, otherwise kernel panic in IOPCIFamily in macOS Big Sur

# Skylake and Cascade Lake-X/W

SSDTs required

Once downloaded, place them into your EFI folder under EFI/OC/ACPI and head back to the install guide

In-depth info on the SSDTs

SSDT-PLUG:

  • Used for enabling Apple's XCPM in macOS, allowing for far better CPU power management

SSDT-EC-USBX:

  • Used for disabling your real Embedded controller and creating a fake one for macOS to play with
  • USBX portion is used for injection USB power properties missing on Skylake and newer

SSDT-RTC0-RANGE-HEDT:

  • Used to enable the legacy RTC clock in macOS, as the newer AWAC clock is unsupported
    • Added benefit is to resolve early halts in macOS Big Sur's booting due to poor ACPI implementation

# AMD SSDTs

# AMD Bulldozer/Jaguar

SSDTs required

Once downloaded, place them into your EFI folder under EFI/OC/ACPI and head back to the install guide

In-depth info on the SSDTs

SSDT-EC-USBX:

  • Used for disabling your real Embedded controller and creating a fake one for macOS to play with
  • USBX portion is used for injection USB power properties missing on Skylake and newer

# AMD Zen

SSDTs required

Once downloaded, place them into your EFI folder under EFI/OC/ACPI and head back to the install guide

In-depth info on the SSDTs

SSDT-EC-USBX:

  • Used for disabling your real Embedded controller and creating a fake one for macOS to play with
  • USBX portion is used for injection USB power properties missing on Skylake and newer

SSDT-CPUR:

  • Used for fixing CPU definitions in ACPI, as macOS does not properly support the ACPI used in B550 and newer boards
Last Updated: 10/16/2020, 9:09:38 PM