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In 10.13 for Plextor only need this patch:

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				<key>Comment</key>
				<string>IONVMeFamily Preferred Block Size 0x10 -&gt; 0x01 (c) Pike R. Alpha</string>
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			<dict>
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Yup, can confirm that all SSDs should be natively support now, except Hynix/Plextor/Intel ones that need this patch


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Yup, can confirm that all SSDs should be natively support now, except Hynix/Plextor/Intel ones that need this patch

I don't have knowledge to check this. 



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I don't have knowledge to check this. 

Mork vom Ork confirmed that his Samsung 941/950/960 NVMe drives work without any patches on 10.13, and I have an Intel 600p in one of my backup machine running 10.13 with the patch you posted minus the external patch which I used an additional SSDT



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It is a must thank Pike for the support and the Racer who has contributed with great humility to carrying on this topic ... now I believe that with osx sierra high ... our nvme will work without kext hack ... thanks from heart to This wonderful person  B)  B)  B) 



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I does not seen such option when mounted it under linux.

And under windows?
How do I can set sector size under macOS?
I'm also interested in this way to enable NVMe



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Hi everyone,

 

So i have gone through a good chunk of this form and the git for rehabman and I can still not get my nvme drive to show  up.  it is a 960 evo...Hope someone can help me out. 

 

Thanks,

Brandyn



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Yup, can confirm that all SSDs should be natively support now, except Hynix/Plextor/Intel ones that need this patch

Thanks for this info which worked at 10.13-beta1 and beta 2 for Plextor M8PeG M.2 device.

By the way previous HackrNMVeFamily-10.12. x.kext also working too at 10.13 beta 1 & beta 2.



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Just FYI: Samsung 950 Pro is not 4k capable.

 

Hi RehabMan, here's my setup:

 

Motherboard : SuperMicro X9DAi-O

RAM: 128GB (16 x 8GB) DDR3-1333 MHz PC3-10600R ECC (Uprgraded to 128GB DDR3-1600 ECC RAM)

CPU: 2 x E5-2697 v2 Intel (Water Blocked)

GPU: 2 x 980 Ti 6GB (Water Blocked) (Upgraded to 2 x Titan X Maxwell 12GB)

PSU: EVGA 1600 P2

Monitors: 3 x Asus MG28UQ 28" 4K Monitors

 

I just wanted to find out about why certain SSDs are not 4K Capable? Are you talking about the 4K monitors not being compatible with using certain SSDs? I've been using the Samsung 850 EVO SSDs for the last 3 years, and now that I've updated to using this new Hackintosh setup: 

 

The ULTRABEAST! 2 x 980Ti's / 2 x E5-2697v2 CPUs…

 

could that be the reason why my system freezes every 2 to 3 hours? It doesn't freeze up when I use only one 4K monitor, but only when I'm using all 3 of them. Please let me know, thank you...



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Hi RehabMan, here's my setup:

 

Motherboard : SuperMicro X9DAi-O

RAM: 128GB (16 x 8GB) DDR3-1333 MHz PC3-10600R ECC (Uprgraded to 128GB DDR3-1600 ECC RAM)

CPU: 2 x E5-2697 v2 Intel (Water Blocked)

GPU: 2 x 980 Ti 6GB (Water Blocked) (Upgraded to 2 x Titan X Maxwell 12GB)

PSU: EVGA 1600 P2

Monitors: 3 x Asus MG28UQ 28" 4K Monitors

 

I just wanted to find out about why certain SSDs are not 4K Capable? Are you talking about the 4K monitors not being compatible with using certain SSDs? I've been using the Samsung 850 EVO SSDs for the last 3 years, and now that I've updated to using this new Hackintosh setup: 

 

The ULTRABEAST! 2 x 980Ti's / 2 x E5-2697v2 CPUs…

 

could that be the reason why my system freezes every 2 to 3 hours? It doesn't freeze up when I use only one 4K monitor, but only when I'm using all 3 of them. Please let me know, thank you...

 

They're referring to 4k sector size.

 

http://www.insanelym...eady/?p=2377304

 

Had a good laugh ..



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They're referring to 4k sector size.

 

http://www.insanelym...eady/?p=2377304

 

Had a good laugh ..

 

Well, I didn't know, but glad you had fun at my lack of knowledge. Aside from that what do you think of the build?

 



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Well, I didn't know, but glad you had fun at my lack of knowledge. Aside from that what do you think of the build?

https://youtu.be/GP1K4ff6NwE


Sorry I wasn't trying to laugh at your lack of knowledge.. we've all been where you were today including myself. Was just very amusing. Wicked nice looking build got say it's got it going on!




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Sorry I wasn't trying to laugh at your lack of knowledge.. we've all been where you were today including myself. Was just very amusing. Wicked nice looking build got say it's got it going on!




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Thanks. A lot of time went into this build. Just frustrated after all that work that the Mobo isn't working and had to turn it into Supermicro to fix it. Still under warranty though. Still, I can't believe the wicked high scores I was getting. So far the fastest thing out there for a Hackintosh system. At least it was. We'll see what happens when it comes back. Thanks again...



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Hey,

 

1) Is it possible to boot clover v4114 from NVMe Drive SAMSUNG MZVLW256HEHP (PM961)?

 

I am using a Xiaomi Air 13 and installed 10.12.5 to an USB Harddrive so macOS boots up.

At the end I would like to transform the OS to the internal drive.

So System should recognize the Samsung :-)

 

2) Do I need any  IONVMeFamily.kext?

3) Should HackrNVMeFamily-10_12_5.kext and SSDT_NVMe-Pcc.aml be enough (also for clover)?

4) Which Diagnostics can I do on the running system expect of Try and Error to reach the goal?

5) Which Patches do I need in config.plist?

 

Could someone please help me?

 

Edit: After getting help from Osxlatitude i can answer a few questions by myself for Xiaomi Air 13:

 

1) Yes

2) No

3) Yes

 

Wondering why nobody helped me here.



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Please don't do duplicate posts! Read our Forum Rules.

 

Your post in XiaoMi Notebook topic will be erased.



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Thank You!



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Yup, can confirm that all SSDs should be natively support now, except Hynix/Plextor/Intel ones that need this patch

Thanks which worked for Plextor M8PeG M.2 device.

Do you know how to fix Adata XPG SX8000 PCIe Gen3x4 M.2 2280 SSD ?

http://www.xpg.com/en/feature/423







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