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PunkNugget

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

21 December 2017 - 05:02 AM

hey guys,

I'm aware that there is a SSDT for codec commander which enables audio after sleep for the ALC1120 codec however this doesn't work on the Asus variant ALC1120A.

Does anyone have or know how to edit the SSDT to work with ALC1120A?

 

You might want to go here: 

 

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and ask KGP as he was helping me with sound issue and using my Asus board. Hope this helps.

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

11 December 2017 - 04:22 AM

Right. Have you heard of any RX cards that don't work?


I don’t know about those cards, so I couldn’t tell you. Never tested them.

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

11 December 2017 - 03:47 AM

There's not a lot of info, no. I've heard about the odd problem with multiple monitors on the RX but they're spread around lots of threads and I didn't pay attention because I have the FE.
It's no surprise on account of the reference model(the FE) will always have the correct ports. If I remember any of the threads I'll send it to you.


I actually have two of the Vega Frontier cards as I can’t have more than two monitors working on one card. The only way to get three monitors working is to get two cards and you also have to connect DisplayPorts in a particular order or it doesn’t work. Even a Hackintosh has its quirks, but it does work.

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

10 December 2017 - 07:40 PM

It is an OsxAptioFix problem. I already described the solution in post #157!

Thanks for removing the rest of effronteries you distribute about my person and thread!

You are definitely the last one to judge other people....

Cheers,

KGP

I agree with KGP. Although I do see that he does lean towards the Asus board, he did (like myself) inially use the Gigabyte board and through his thorough research has found that the Asus board is much more reliable. I too was the second person that went through the same issues that he did. So you have two testimonies. Also he’s much better at explaining how would install everything then I could ever be, That’s why I provided that link to his post.

Just to let you know he has also provided continued help for people that own that particular Gigabyte board as well. In this area I have to say SurfinChina I too appreciate you removing some of your comments. I may not like KGP’s approach all the time, but at least he does make effort to help people.

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

10 December 2017 - 04:54 PM

I don’t know much on how to program all those things you mentioned, but KGP did a Nic job explaining how to install the update to 10.13.2.

http://bit.ly/2kMHiQr

You may have been on here already, but if you haven’t you might want to look through that post. Read page one as KGP updates it periodically. Hope this helps, Later...
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