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In Topic: Driver for LSI MegaRAID SAS family

20 August 2017 - 01:37 AM

Is the 9285CV-8e a Fusion-based card?

If so, any recommendations on an external card?



OK, so the 9285CV appears to be SAS2208, so no go.


Looks like 9200-8e or 9280-8e for me!

In Topic: Success with High Sierra on i9-7900x X299 GA Aorus 9, Radeon Vega

19 August 2017 - 01:44 AM

Pike says he added the new CPUs to PrGen--want to see if you can make a proper SSDT surf?

In Topic: Airport - PCIe Half Mini

08 August 2017 - 02:53 PM

With info provided, no.  Attach requested files, Post #1/Problem Reporting.

Hm, I guess I hit attach on the files but not also "Submit."


Anyway, I made a new keychain and ran first aid. The problems appears to be resolved. I do not think it was WiFi related per se. 


Thank you for your time.

In Topic: Airport - PCIe Half Mini

08 August 2017 - 01:55 AM

Hi toleda,


Can you please have a look at my problem?

I've got a Fenvi FV-T919(BCM94360CD) installed on my desktop. BCM94360CD can support native handoff, airdrop. But there is an issue-If wake up from sleep, the Wi-Fi can connect to router(sometimes with a exclamation mark), but actually it can not access the Internet, can't open any websites. I don't know why this happens. Is that because of the country code? I live in New Zealand. I have read through your topic, still have no ideas to locate. Here attached my ioreg file.


I am having this same problem with a BCM94360CD as well. edit: I guess it is a BCM943602CS actually. Still a native chip used in the MBP 12,1.


It shows as US/FCC as it should since I live in the US. I have no kexts, ACPI changes, Clover patches, or anything else that should be affecting WiFi.


I am on the latest version of 10.12.6 with Clover, on an ASRock X99 Pro4 (latest BIOS), and a Xeon 4-core CPU, and a GT 740.


Any ideas?

In Topic: Skylake-X Testing (i7-7800X i7-7820X i9-7900X)

07 August 2017 - 02:48 PM

I feel like if you're at 95c and not OCing in Prime95 you probably have a problem w/ how your cooler is installed. Not normal!  1.2v is nothing.


Read the Tom's hardware review (or anyone but AnandTech's) and you'll see the i9's are actually miniture space heaters that happen to have some compute capabilities.


Tom's had to switch to a liquid loop in order to not see their i9-7900X throttle at stock voltage, but even a custom loop was seeing throttling when overclocked.






And Menno, you probably should go -4 or -5 on the AVX downclock.

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