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by: Shaneee
#41845
While waiting on updated xnu sources a couple things have been resolved in the kernel source. Massive thanks to AlGrey for the help.

Kernel Changes:
  • Ryzen bus frequency detection fixed. This fixes the audio issues on APUs.
  • L3 Cache detection fixed for Ryzen.
  • Fix FX L3
  • Fix Ryzen Core/Thread Count
To update the kernel on your current system follow these steps.

Navigate in Finder to /System/Library/Kernels
Rename kernel to kernel.backup
Copy new kernel in place.
Now open Terminal and run this command.
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sudo kextcache -i / && sudo kextcache -u /

Download:
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https://github.com/Shaneee92/AMD-High-Sierra-XNU/releases/download/1.1.1/AMD.10.13.3.Kernel.zip
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by: Allenyang
#41864
Just for 10.13.3 ?
I'm 10.13.2,can i use this kernel?
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by: Shaneee
#41865
Yeah 10.13.0, 10.13.1, 10.13.2, 10.13.3, 10.13.4 and 10.13.5 can use this kernel. 10.13.6 is a no go. It broke my test system.
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by: myname71
#41866
Does it fit fx 8350 too?

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by: Shaneee
#41867
myname71 wrote:Does it fit fx 8350 too?

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Should work on FX too. If you want to test it first rename the downloaded kernel to kernel.test and run the kextcache command. Then boot Clover with the boot arg kcsuffix=test
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by: myname71
#41868
Thanks, I will try

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Another question, I currently have 10.13.3, and I have not updated because kernel problem. Well if I want update my osx to 10.13.4 and 10.13.5 how can I do?

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by: Shaneee
#41871
myname71 wrote:Another question, I currently have 10.13.3, and I have not updated because kernel problem. Well if I want update my osx to 10.13.4 and 10.13.5 how can I do?
It's best to wait for new kernel sources from Apple and I'll compile against them.
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by: GarryBarry1
#41872
Hello,
will this kernel update help to get rid of kernel panics like "BSD process name corresponding to current thread: kernel_task..." during boot?
My High Sierra version is 13.3.1
Thanks!
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by: Shaneee
#41873
GarryBarry1 wrote:Hello,
will this kernel update help to get rid of kernel panics like "BSD process name corresponding to current thread: kernel_task..." during boot?
My High Sierra version is 13.3.1
Thanks!
It might do yeah. You can test it first before swapping to it first as described in this post, viewtopic.php?p=41867#p41867
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by: GarryBarry1
#41874
Shaneee wrote:
Mon Jul 23, 2018 3:29 pm
GarryBarry1 wrote:Hello,
will this kernel update help to get rid of kernel panics like "BSD process name corresponding to current thread: kernel_task..." during boot?
My High Sierra version is 13.3.1
Thanks!
It might do yeah. You can test it first before swapping to it first as described in this post, viewtopic.php?p=41867#p41867
I will, thank you!
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