Jump to content

allenb

Members
  • Content Count

    2
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About allenb

  • Rank
    InsanelyMac Protégé
  1. Hi All, As mentioned in my other post, I'm trying to get sleep/wake working properly on my X99 Extreme4. It would help if I could get a look at someone's working X99 DSDT from any motherboard. If your X99 Hack does sleep/wake on any OS but especially 10.11, I'd love to get a look at the details. Thanks in advance! Allen
  2. Hi All, I've got my Hack working beautifully with the following setup: ASRock X99 Extreme4 i7-5820k GTX 750Ti Clover 2.3 r3333 OSX 10.11.3 NVidia web driver 346.03.05f01 It works *really* well. Got audio (both HDMI/DP and ALC1150), got power states, got turbo, got USB, probably have other things working I've forgotten about. But no sleep/wake. To be specific, sleep appears to work. It takes maybe 20 seconds but the real Mac right next to it takes almost as long. Power consumption drops to ~3W at that point. Wake is where it all goes wrong. System will wake via keyboard or mouse click (and I think by power button). However within a second, I hear a "click" that's generally associated with a full reset, and the system proceeds to reboot. All of this happens in the dark -- nothing bothers to turn on the display until the OS has finished loading. A very few times (and maybe none since swapping monitors from DVI to DP - unrelated to this) I've gotten some visible output before the reboot. Sample attached here. One more note; this same hardware handles sleep/wake flawlessly under Linux and Windows 10. I've done tons of searching (and found a few similar issues but none on X99) and tried numerous Clover settings and some DSDT tweaks but without any luck. It does seem like a DSDT issue but to be honest, that's just a hunch. Any suggestions of what to try next would be most appreciated. It's so close to "perfect" that I'm kind of obsessed with having sleep/wake working. Oh, if anyone else is trying to make progress with an X99 Extreme4, I'm happy to share what's worked for me. There don't seem to be a lot of folks trying to run OSX on this board. Cheers, Allen
×