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    Winbond/Nuvoton monitor

    @vector sigma what's the "latest and greatest"? This: https://github.com/CloverHackyColor/FakeSMC3_with_plugins Or this: EDIT: I installed everything using the second link and it's amazing that we can now set the fan speeds! I was actually finally able to localize which fan "ID" (FANIN0, FANIN1, ...) is which physical fan header on my motherboard: FANIN0 = Front Fan Header FANIN1 = CPU Fan Header FANIN2-4 don't show up in HWMonitorSMC so I'm not sure. I'll update once I know more. Other than that: you posted the Terminal command that you use to set a specific fan speed, but is there any easy way to observe the CPU (probably package) temperature in code? If so, I'd maybe try to work on a little application that lets you set custom fan curves within macOS Dave
  2. I wanted to add that my setup has changed quite a lot. Currently, I still use my RX580 but with a 3440x1440p monitor that also has freesync and 100hz and (at least with verbose boot mode -v flag) there is only a minimal flash, never the fullscreen one.
  3. What would the setting do?
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    RX580 HDMI 2.0 or DP (DisplayPort)

    Hello everybody, I just got a new monitor that runs at full resolution and refresh rate only using HDMI 2.0 or DP. It has a third connector which is HDMi 1.0 which works out of the box with my hackintosh, but when I try the other options, I just get no signal on the monitor. How can I enable (preferably) DisplayPort on the RX580 on Mojave? Thanks in advance!! Dave EDIT: Oops, I essentially just had to use the other DP port on the graphics card! Sorry for the random post, maybe it will help someone in the future so I let it up here
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    HWSensors3

    Mine actually run at under 1k (Noctua)
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    Winbond/Nuvoton monitor

    Weird; I actually tried the method that @Modmike recommended and activated all fans (7) (I think my motherboard doesn't have 7 fan headers though ) which seemingly solved the issue. Then, after sitting at the computer for a couple hours, all are on 16k now! So essentially, most probably neither the CPU monitor nor the fan count make any difference but the issue lies somewhere else!
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    Winbond/Nuvoton monitor

    Mille grazie!!! Works perfectly with ASUS PRIME Z370-A ! I just copied my config over to the Nuvoton..... plist file. Wondering though why only 2 fans have values (all 4 are shown since I have FANINLIMIT = 4).
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    Winbond/Nuvoton monitor

    Your kext didn't work FYI
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    Winbond/Nuvoton monitor

    I also still wait for a response from @Slice or @vector sigma
  10. That's possible, I don't know! Mine is Z370, pretty common.
  11. Hey bro, I wanted to mention that I switched my SMBIOS to iMacPro and it instantly worked. My boot process takes minutes if I activate the iGPU so that's not an option for me
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    HWSensors3

    Same, unfortunately no solution yet
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    Winbond/Nuvoton monitor

    I think kernel.log doesn't exist anymore Here is your file and the one I used before (both are configured fine for my PRIME Z-370 MB) but both show invalid fan info (16k RMP): W836x_Slice_with_370.kext.zip W836x_vector_with_370.kext.zip
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    HWSensors3

    Yup. What can we do about it?
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    HWSensors3

    Hmmm I see..... I have already set FANINLIMIT to a non-zero, <-7 value. It's 4 or 5 now. Is this the SMC dump?
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