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X99-UD5-WIFI USB3 all working

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Hi,

 

I was struggling to get all my USB-3 ports running on the right speed and get rid of the portlimit patch.

Now I have it perfectly working and running on 10.12.3.

 

In my attachment I have the kext files, clover config files en SSDT for USB and the BIOS settings for F23C.

Remove any previous versions of USB injectors and SSDT files.

 

Install the kext in S/L/E

Use my config file for DSDT edits for EHCI and XHC

Use the BIOS settings as in my screenshots

And you should be good to go.

 

No need for port limit patch and waste unused ports and power.

Big thanks and credit goes to RehabMan. He made the kext and how-to.

I just did the job on my system.

 

I was thinking to share this because I know you are never alone with an issue. :-)

 

Ed

X99-UD5-WIFI-F23C.zip

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Hi,

 

I was struggling to get all my USB-3 ports running on the right speed and get rid of the portlimit patch.

Now I have it perfectly working and running on 10.12.3.

 

In my attachment I have the kext files, clover config files en SSDT for USB and the BIOS settings for F23C.

Remove any previous versions of USB injectors and SSDT files.

 

Install the kext in S/L/E

Use my config file for DSDT edits for EHCI and XHC

Use the BIOS settings as in my screenshots

And you should be good to go.

 

No need for port limit patch and waste unused ports and power.

Big thanks and credit goes to RehabMan. He made the kext and how-to.

I just did the job on my system.

 

I was thinking to share this because I know you are never alone with an issue. :-)

 

Ed

Just a heads up: If you've included any case specific USBs (for example, front panel/top panel USBs on your system's case and/or 3rd party USB devices), they may be incompatible/not be recognized for other users who have the same board, but a different set up!

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Just a heads up: If you've included any case specific USBs (for example, front panel/top panel USBs on your system's case and/or 3rd party USB devices), they may be incompatible/not be recognized for other users who have the same board, but a different set up!

You are right about that.

There are no 3rd party USB devices involved with this. USBInjectAll.kext is intended for Intel only.

USB-3 front motherboard connection is connected thru SSP01 and SSP02 This board has two connectors for USB3 front/top panel. I used the first one.

USB-2 front motherboard connection is connected thru HS13 and HS14. Also here I used the first one.

 

Anyway you can easily find your used ports when enabling portlimit patch and remove the USB SSDT.

Backpanel is for all boards the same so in worst case only the front panel ports would have an issue.

 

If any one has questions? Feel free to ask of course.

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AWESOME I just threw away my ASUS X99 Pro as it would crash all the time on El Cap. Swapped it with the Gigabyte X99-UD5-WIFI and used your files together with the BIOS version. System is stable and not any Kernel panic on boot (like before). I am thankful for your post! The X99 pack offered at rampagedev.com was just not working with my system, not sure why. Thank you so much!

 

What are you using your system for? Audio production or Video rendering if I may ask? Do you use After Effects a lot? Just curious.

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I don't use it anymore. But the systems I've build are ment to work with Video Editors.

Netherlands? Me Too?

 

Grappig dat we dan engels praten toch?

 

Cheers!

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If the international community benefits from it, why not? ;)

 

I built this machine for my girlfriend, who is doing animation and video editing on her machine. The previous system ran really instable and the computer would spontaneously reboot at times, especially when working inside After Effects (CS6 and CC 2017). I hope it will do its job nicely, now that everything is freshly installed and upgraded ;)

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OK, it happened again. My X99 Hackintosh crashed during work in After Effects (CS6 version). The mouse starts to jitter and then the computer sponaneously restarts. Googling this gave me something about the RAM voltages that might push the system over the edge. I am going to test that shortly!

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Hi indeed sometimes the RAM needs a bit more than 1.2 V.

Specially when overclocking. I had in many cases set it for both A en B slots to 1.25 or 1.26 V

Not sure what GPU you use but with the 980 TI I had also some more trouble. But in general these are fast machines and great to work with.

I've build a dozen of them for my customers. If you need Thunderbolt PCI-Card I still have a few of them.

 

Cheers!

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Hello,

 

I'm having trouble with my system, the usb are recognized as 2.0 instead of 3.0. 

My mobo is ga-x99-ud5 wifi.

 

 

You said something about screenshots, where can I find them?

 

Thanks in advance,

Regards from Mexico.

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Hello,

 

I'm having trouble with my system, the usb are recognized as 2.0 instead of 3.0. 

My mobo is ga-x99-ud5 wifi.

 

 

You said something about screenshots, where can I find them?

 

Thanks in advance,

Regards from Mexico.

post ur full clover folder here, remove ur serials

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