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  1. blouse

    Vega Frontier Edition on High Sierra

    Thanks for the info! I've been trying to read through the posts here to figure out how to modify settings (so far I am just using RadeonVegaLowFansSpeed.kext in S/L/E). I can see inside the kext where it says PP_PhmSoftPowerPlayTable and I am gathering that is the data that I need to be changing to lower settings, although I am also gathering that it is possible another way using Clover Configurator / Devices- and maybe a different (separate) kext? I have two identical displays, each one plugged into each of the Vega 64's.
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    Vega Frontier Edition on High Sierra

    That's very interesting. Yeah iMac14,2 seems verrry old to be using. I just tried iMacPro1,1 and it gave me the black screen at login. I wonder if I am missing something though? I tried it with the latest Lilu and Whatevergreen in EFI/CLOVER/kexts/Other, and without Whatevergreen as well. Also I should note, my Sapphire Vega 64's are plugged straight into the machine (not through eGPU). Thank you for the help
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    Vega Frontier Edition on High Sierra

    I have two Sapphire Vega 64's (the regular 8GB HBM2 one, not FE/LE) and this works wonderfully to take the fan temps down. THANK YOU! I have my sanity back. However I am getting some crashes in C4D when rendering with ProRender, I think maybe I need to change the settings? Mojave 14.1 Sysdef: iMac14,2 Proc: i9 9900k Mobo: GB Aorus Z390 Pro Also, my OpenGL cinebench fps went from 190fps down to 120fps when I installed the second card. Not sure what that is all about I have attached the Sapphire cards' rated specs for reference (I have the 8GB HBM2)
  4. Anyone have this working with a dual gpu dual monitor setup? Mine is working great with one card one monitor (but not two card two monitor). With two cards, Open GL is not recognized and the second monitor is a mess (artifacts, freezes).