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kernel_auto 16.5 // 10.12.5 beta 5 .

 

test :

 

Ryzen 1700 o/c 3500 Mhz // ratio x35 // offset vid + 0,0610 V (stock 1,18 V) // update bios AGESA 10.00.04 (610) 

 

timer kernel fixe // no problem 

 

bug opengl independant kernel (problem pmtelemetry) ( 73 fsp max) // Mavericks / 83 fps 

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My ethernet (rtl8111) is having trouble connecting. Some times it connects after a few minutes, sometimes not at all. I think it might be timer related as I see rtl8111 timeout messages in the console while booting. USB and USB3 seems to be working ok. GTX-770 is ok. USB Audio keeps skipping, but I think that's timer related (audio trying to play too slow/fast).

 

Update: Reset bios settings and using busratio=30 fsb=100 and network connects instantly like it should. usb audio is nearly working, but skips and jumps every few seconds.

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Well after a few weeks of messing around (complete noob)

 

I have managed to get a stable Ryzen Hackintosh with nearly everything working correctly.

 

I have my Ryzen 1800X running at 3.9GHz and scoring 1710 in Cinebench. 

 

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This kernel for Yosemite 10.10.5 ! :)

 

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Thanks for this great new Ryzen kernel which works for 1700X hackintosh at 10.10.5 without previous 3 issues.

Kernel for El_Captain 10.11.6 !

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Thanks for this great new Ryzen kernel which works for 1700X hackintosh at 10.11.6 without previous 3 issues.

Any plan to update your Ryzen kernel for 10.9.5 which still not working normally for 1700X hackintosh yet ?

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virtual machine Win 8 64 // DX 10 / 8 T 

 

test CPUZ 1.7

Have you checked your bios and the Core Downclocking function?    Are you running 32 bit? 

That Cinebench is low.

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Have you checked your bios and the Core Downclocking function?    Are you running 32 bit? 

That Cinebench is low.

 

It is necessary to look

 

virtual machine 8T= 8 Threads and not 16 threads 

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It is necessary to look

 

virtual machine 8T= 8 Threads and not 16 threads 

 

Posting specs in your signature line would help as well.

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hi everybody, i just bought a ryzen 1700x and the asus prime x370 pro,i'd read the entire forum bout the sierra installation and i saw how much the the community is active and helping each other...its really a pleasure to see all the sharings of time solving the issues..great job guys really great job..


the facts is that i would like to install sierra... can some popularized the procedures or provide any tutorial??? as the the way too the solution was too complex.


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hi everybody, i just bought a ryzen 1700x and the asus prime x370 pro,i'd read the entire forum bout the sierra installation and i saw how much the the community is active and helping each other...its really a pleasure to see all the sharings of time solving the issues..great job guys really great job..

the facts is that i would like to install sierra... can some popularized the procedures or provide any tutorial??? as the the way too the solution was too complex.

Search the "Help Topic Ryzen thread", and there is also a "Ryzen patcher" thread. Good luck and keep us posted. Most of the essentials should be there in the help thread, and the patcher has worked for a few as well.

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Me too!    I'm afraid to restart but what the heck, it's a backup to a backup disk.

 

Restart worked!    Nice, the Sierra 12.4 to 12.5 update went smoothly so far, lost RX 480 metal and Realtek8111 Ethernet but that's to be expected.

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