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  1. No, it works fine it doesn't actually sleep. Only the monitor shuts off.
  2. I tried disconnecting the usb audio amplifier, but didn't help. I tried to quit and force quit coreaudiod process in Activity Monitor, but keeps restarting automatically, so I cannot check if sleep works without it. What else can I do?
  3. thank you Mald0n, monitor sleeps, computer doesn't. Same as before DSDT.aml Send me d0618s-Mac-Pro.zip
  4. Hello Mald0n, I have updated my signature with my new hardware. Here is my dump: Send me d0618s-Mac-Pro.zip
  5. Hello Mald0n, I moved from socket 775 to socket 1366. Is it out of topic to send for a DSDT & clover config edit here?
  6. Hi passoporto. Thank you for the suggestion. I upgraded the microcodes before I installed the cpu. I believe that I need a cpu with SEE4.2 instruction set.
  7. you are right, but without metal support. It's fascinating to be able run a current OS with 10 year old hardware!
  8. I think I have tried everything I could. Elka should be correct about the processor having to support SEE4.2 in order for the HD 7770 to work. I will keep my processor and get a used GT640 until I buy a new PC. I would like to thank everyone who helped me in this, namely Mald0n, STLVNUB & Elka. Cheers!
  9. Hello Elka, did you try replacing Mojave's /System/Library/UserEventPlugins/com.apple.telemetry.plugin with the one from High Sierra? Then you can boot with AMD Radeon HD 7770 1GB either with -x boot flag or by disabling AMDRadeonX4000.kext. Then the card is recognised correctly in About This Mac, but without acceleration. I thought there must be a way to make it work since it is included in AMD7000controller.kext and you can boot from it. Actually, I am almost ready to change Graphics Card, but I am low on budget and I am not completely sure what would work natively in Mojave.
  10. It's not that I don't want to use ssdt. It just didn't work. Do I have to use the ssdt in conjunction with CLOVER Ati injection / RadeonDeInit / FakeID / Framebuffer ?
  11. Good morning, Lilu & WEG are loaded, and the boot args are present in config. I will try the CLOVER patch again using Dashimaki and Futomaki Buffer. I have a question though: my GPU card has 3 connectors DP, DVI, HDMI. Both Dashimaki and Futomaki have 4 connectors. Do I just leave the extra line of the second DP port?
  12. I tried SSDT-AMD and CLOVER framebuffer patch. Unfortunately neither worked...
  13. thank you STLVNUB. I have tried doing a CLOVER patch for my GPU using this guide https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/guide-how-to-patch-amd-framebuffers-for-high-sierra-using-clover.235409/, but my card has only 3 connectors and there wasn't a framebuffer in AMD7000Controller with 3 connectors. Also DPCIManager reports my card having this framebuffer: ATY,AMD,RadeonFramebuffer which I could not find in AMD7000Controller either. So, I modified a Namako framebuffer which did't work. I can see in you patch that it has different connectors than mine. Yours has DP, DVI, DVI, HDMI, mine has DP, DVI, HDMI. I will send you some more data about my GPU that might shed some light in my situation. My card is this: https://www.msi.com/Graphics-card/support/R7770-PMD1GD5. I am also attaching the info from GPU-z and Rom decoders and the patch I had made. HD7770.zip Meanwhile I edited the SSDT for my card. Could you please check it? SSDT-AMD-7770.aml
  14. Hello STLVNUB, the SSDT-AMD.aml that you sent me didn't work, but it makes sense because my card has 3 ports (DP, DVI, VGA) and is reported by DPCIManager to have ATY,AMD,RadeonFramebuffer. For some reason Maciasl does not open the file neither at Sierra PC or MacBook. I was able to open it at work with El Capitan. I will try to edit it tomorrow with my cards data and see how it goes.