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  1. Hello, metacollin I tried to reach you out several times but I know that you're extremely busy. So I have the same setup as you with the same CPUs and X10dai motherboard but I use Mojave 10.14.5 and Vega FE Graphic card. Everything works fluidly expect the sleep.what's happing is my system goes to deep sleep but it restarts itself instead of resuming from the last state. I worked with @MaLd0n to solve the sleep problems and we reached a dead end that is why I'm asking for help. What I did: 1- I unlocked MSR registers to have native power management. 2- I mod my bios to get full NVMe support using this guide What @MaLd0n helped me with: 1- fixing my DSDT file and added the proper patches. 2- adding my devices to the PCI list. 3- Add plug-in type in DSDT, so we can remove SSDT for pm. 4- testing all the darkwake=10 boot config. Nothing from the above worked. *I attached my debug files using Runme.app If you can have look in my debug files and maybe point me in what I'm missing I will be super grateful. if you don't have the time please share with me your EFI folder and your DSDT file and the moded bios you use currently so maybe it will help me in figuring out what is the problem. Send me Idriss-iMac-Pro.lan_2.zip
  2. - Mobo: Supermicro X10DAI- CPU: Dual 14 core Xeon E5-2690v4- Graphics: Radeon Vega Frontier- Crucial MX500 500GB as a boot drive- Mojave 10.14.5Everything works fluidly expect the sleep. I did a clean install of Mojave on my Hackintosh (and updated to 10.14.5). Everything seems to be working as far as I can tell, except when the system wakes from sleep, it causes a restart. Not critical for functionality, of course, but frustrating nonetheless. (Putting the computer to sleep, as well as shutting it down, is not an issue.)I worked with @MaLd0n to solve the sleep problems and we reached a dead end that is why I'm asking for help.What I did:1- I unlocked MSR registers to have native power management.2- I mod my bios to get full NVMe support using this GuideWhat @MaLd0n helped me with:1- fixing my DSDT file and added the proper patches.2- adding my devices to the PCI list.3- Add plug-in type in DSDT, so we can remove SSDT for pm.4- testing all the darkwake=10 boot config.5- Patch DSDT with following patches Code: -FIX ERRORS AND WARNINGS -HPET -SATA -sSATA -DMAC -SLPB -DARWIN -LPC -XHCI -EHCI -PLUGIN TYPE -ALZA to HDEF -HDEF -RTC -IRQs -SBUS -BLC0 -BUS1 -MCHC -ALS0 -SHUTDOWN -LAN #1 -LAN #2 -SPSR -WIFI -EC -PNLF -HDMI -NVME If someone can have look in my debug files and maybe point me in what I'm missing I will be super grateful.I can provide any extra debug files if needed. Send me Idriss-iMac-Pro.lan.zip
  3. Great benchmarks with Radeon VII Is the Radeon VII react the same with the boot splash screen as you described here? I mean by the that the screen resolution of the boot screen.
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    Vega Frontier Edition on High Sierra

    Hi, I've been struggling with this particular issue since upgrading to Mojave on my Hackintosh build. It has VEGA FE 16 GB. I have two 4K external display configuration. At home, with two 27 inch 4K UHD BL2711U Displays. the displays are connected directly to GPU Display ports. What happens is the GPU memory graph in iStat Menus shows a steady increase in utilization (right now sitting at 92%). When I open videos on Youtube or Vimeo or any streaming service in full screen mode at some point the system starts responding very slowly, and if not caught soon enough, it will become slowly unresponsive and it just can't free itself from it. If caught early enough, I'm able to do one of two things (aside from force power-down) to free up video memory and restore the system to normal. 1. Disconnect any one of the external displays in either of the two locations. 2. Change the screen resolution on any one of the external displays in either of the two locations. I have tried to erase my machine without being able to resolve the issue. I don't know enough about where preferences files are stored in the system relating to displays or GPU or whatever, so I don't know how to delete those. Pointers welcomed! Aside from testing further using a non-Safari browser to run videos, and deleting any preference files anyone here might recommend, I could try with only a single display connected. It's little intrusive to my workflow, but admittedly I haven't tried this yet and it seems appropriate to do so. Do these issues resonate with anyone? Any ideas? Thanks in advance!
  5. Which version of Mojave do use? try this if you use 10.14.1 EIST Performance fix by @PMheart for 10.14.1 by N.Mano Find:C1E30848 63D389D0 48C1EA20 B9990100 000F3048 FF05B38F 76004883 C4085B5D C30F1F40 00 Replace:BB00FF00 004863D3 89D048C1 EA20B999 0100000F 3048FF05 93AE7600 4883C408 5B5DC390 90
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    Vega Frontier Edition on High Sierra

    What about custom DSDT or SSDT patch, did you tried one of these methods to modify the AMD10000 kext?
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    Vega Frontier Edition on High Sierra

    No, I edit info. plist file directly in the AMD10000Controller. kext , but in general I use a patched DSDT file.
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    Vega Frontier Edition on High Sierra

    Used the combination below to test my system everything seems alright no crashing I am on air-cooling. Is there a way to monitor GPU temp in OSX? Core: 1642MHz/1150mV, Memory: 1045MHz/1075mV, SOC: 1199MHz, Temp target: 70, Idle fan: 700rpm 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 <key>PP_FuzzyFanControl</key> <integer>0</integer>
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    Vega Frontier Edition on High Sierra

    I am happy to report @okrasit that your setting with temperature target: 70C, Core: 1442MHz, Mem: 1045MHz, SOC: 1199MHz and the fan fix working great on my system. Is there any intent to make a clover patch with all prest you made. Sometimes LuxMark crashes is this just related to my system or it happing to you also?
  10. Hi nmano, in my case with the motherboard I have, it's a bit tricky to do the same thing. I can't figure out some stuff because my motherboard has two PCI bridges PCI0 and PCI1, so to rename devices I think it different. So what I want to know how exactly can I have the original SSDT that I can add my devices like the other original SSDT files you provided for the other motherboards? Is it the same method with clover bootloader and F4? because I did that and I had multiple SDDT files and I couldn't find which one of them I should edit. Can you please have look at the files I provided and guide me to what I can do? X10DAI dump files.zip
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    Vega Frontier Edition on High Sierra

    I tested them on 10.13.1 and they worked but without hardware acceleration.
  12. I check it out, and I noticed that you have a kext to make your AppleLPC.kext Load. So I thought this is maybe the reason for not making my power management working well, I add a patch to my DSDT file and its worked fine. I mean the AppleLPC.kext. Still with no different result in my cpus power management. I also checked several things but with no luck. by the way no one with Broadwell-EP cpus have proper power management performance under HS 10.13 I checked and I asked several people with the same cpus and I can say no result, its really frustrating. I attached also my EFI file can you check it out? maybe I missed something. EFI c612 10.13.zip
  13. Hi,@nmano ​I tried several solution to have a proper power management with my CPUs. Like Brumbaer's PMDrvr.kext but its not optimized to my motherboard and cpus config, I am always on the high range frequencies even on idle is there anything I can do to enhance the speed stepping of my cpus? ​I am at HS final release and I have a dual Broadwell-EP cpus. I wanna mention that when I change in the bios the CPU HWPM STATE CONTROL to HWPM OOB MODE I can have a really fantastic CPU power management performance, but I can never reach the max performance even if I used performance fix from oarksit in clover patch section. but when I disable this option in the bios I can reach the highest frequency but with poor power management.
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    [pre-release] macOS High Sierra

    apfs.efi from the GM incase someone need it. apfs.efi
  15. Hi Brumbaer, ​I tried every version of your kext but the moment I put it in /EFI/CLOVER/kexts/Other/ my system fail to boot. I am always on the high range frequencies even on idle is there anything I can do to enhance the speed stepping of my cpus? ​I am at HS DB9 and I have a dual Broadwell-EP cpus. I will appreciate any help.
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