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    [pre-release] macOS Big Sur

    Thanks I think I am in the very last versions...
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    [pre-release] macOS Big Sur

    This is the error I am having while booting Gigabyte Designare x99 Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2670 v3 @ 2.30GHz Any help? Thanks in advance
  3. Are you able to bot from Big Sur?
  4. Would you mind to share your EFI I have the same processor! Thanks in advance!!
  5. Was some one able to run Big Sur in an X99 board with a processor with more than 6 cores? In that case, would you mind to share your EFI (OC or Clover Wellcome) Thanks in advance
  6. Vector Sigma thanks for your efforts, My system is working better than ever before... I can make the system work properly with the very last version of OpenCore... Clover and Kernel work perfect in a x99 EWS but not in a x99 EWS 3.1... interesting. Both have the very last version of BIOS same BIOS set up, even I have tried with the same EFI... In the x99 EWS 3.1 works better without the kext but I get 40% less of geekbench (same CPU) TSCAdjustReset.kext vs VoodooTSCSync.kext... Both work. But I thing for X99 VoodooTSCSync.kext is the right one CPUfriend.kext does not make any change in any system except for having like 2 to 4 degrees Celsius more ¿? Have tried a lot of times. Thanks to all of you @nmano I wil love to see patches for opencore with the last beta version of Catalina Best
  7. Thank you. I will take a look. My experience says that less is more. Maybe not true in some cases, but I try to avoid as much SSDTs as possible, as you can see. And everything works in a very clean way... Who knows this is the hackintosh world, but even real macs have some problems Thank you. I will take a look. My experience says that less is more. Maybe not true in some cases, but I try to avoid as much SSDTs as possible, as you can see. And everything works in a very clean way... Who knows this is the hackintosh world, but even real macs have some problems Thank you. I will take a look. My experience says that less is more. Maybe not true in some cases, but I try to avoid as much SSDTs as possible, as you can see. And everything works in a very clean way... Who knows this is the hackintosh world, but even real macs have some problems Thank you. I will take a look. My experience says that less is more. Maybe not true in some cases, but I try to avoid as much SSDTs as possible, as you can see. And everything works in a very clean way... Who knows this is the hackintosh world, but even real macs have some problems Thank you. I will take a look. My experience says that less is more. Maybe not true in some cases, but I try to avoid as much SSDTs as possible, as you can see. And everything works in a very clean way... Who knows this is the hackintosh world, but even real macs have some problems
  8. Please find enclosed my EFI folder... Is the best combination I can have. And everything works really fine. I have tried TSCAdjustReset.kext, but my system does not work according to the developers is created for X299 systems (not my case): https://github.com/interferenc/TSCAdjustReset If you think my EFI can be improved in any way I will try... in my BIOS IEST is Disabled. Best deserves EFI.zip
  9. Tomorrow I can share my EFI if you need it. Higher geekbench means higher temperatures too. Anyway you can check with Intel that you won’t temperatures can go way higher and you won’t have any problem... My CPU has at least 7 years, my motherboard like 5...
  10. I use VoodooTSCSync With OpenCore I can’t make Protools working very well
  11. Of Course vector sigma knows a lot off more than me... I was a "coder" a hundred years ago so... In my case 5960X Asus X99 EWS temperature is lower and my system is way more stable with protools (in fact much better than a MacPro with 8 cores) if I use a combination of two. Just trying to help if I can do something. Brumbauer (the gentelman who did the kext) is a master too. Best wishes and thanks for reporting...
  12. Ok... With KernelXCPM off (Not ticked) I get better scores in Mojave But some "periodic peaks" in performance that create some playback errors in protools ("related to buffer sizes" which has no sense). Also higher temperatures. You can see peaks here: With KernelXCPM off (Not ticked) I get slightly better scores in Catalina but some "periodic peaks" in performance too. Protools uses more CPU resources but is more stable than Mojave... Also higher temperatures. Geekbench in Catalina: So in my conclusion the combination is better in both systems. No other patches applied...
  13. They work together perfectly with xcpm and really smooth in my case... Thanks vector
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