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I had the patch enabled. Should I disable, leave flags?

try with limit patch without flag, stay one log abou it
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Just now, SavageAUS said:

I had the patch enabled. Should I disable, leave flags?

 


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ye, leave flag and use patch with 10.13.x

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But if I don't use a flag or an ssdt my pc wakes from sleep instantly because of aio liquid cooler usb header.

need a patch, i think ur mobo have many, if u use a flag or ssdt...fail 

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3 minutes ago, SavageAUS said:

But if I don't use a flag or an ssdt my pc wakes from sleep instantly because of aio liquid cooler usb header.

 

 

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u can edit USBInjectAll kext for it

check what port aio liquid cooler usb header stay and set to 255, ssdt just change it and others, u can edit all into kext or flag, like a ssdt

skylake is a12f, check if work

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it?

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21 minutes ago, MaLd0n said:

u can edit USBInjectAll kext for it

check what port aio liquid cooler usb header stay and set to 255, ssdt just change it and others, u can edit all into kext or flag, like a ssdt

skylake is a12f, check if work

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it?

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No the AK5370 is a USB microphone.

This is it.

 

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1 hour ago, MaLd0n said:
u can edit USBInjectAll kext for it
check what port aio liquid cooler usb header stay and set to 255, ssdt just change it and others, u can edit all into kext or flag, like a ssdt
skylake is a12f, check if work
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it?
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Any port that uses a motherboard usb header should be 255 yeah? Internal? Usb 2.0 is 0 and usb 3.0 is 3.

Setting cooler to 255 still gave me instant wake.

This is with my SSDT and port limit patch.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/tfevsswnv73k30i/Send me Shanes-iMac.lan.withssdt.withportpatch.zip?dl=0

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7 hours ago, SavageAUS said:

Any port that uses a motherboard usb header should be 255 yeah? Internal? Usb 2.0 is 0 and usb 3.0 is 3.

Setting cooler to 255 still gave me instant wake.

This is with my SSDT and port limit patch.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/tfevsswnv73k30i/Send me Shanes-iMac.lan.withssdt.withportpatch.zip?dl=0

yes, check port in use and set 0, ssdt use it

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Has anyone tried this board with 2 x nvme m.2. I would like the speed boost as opposed to a standard ssd.

 

In particular looking at getting 2 x Samsung 970 EVO M.2 500g to replace 2 x 240g ssd.

 

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2 hours ago, SavageAUS said:

Has anyone tried this board with 2 x nvme m.2. I would like the speed boost as opposed to a standard ssd.

 

In particular looking at getting 2 x Samsung 970 EVO M.2 500g to replace 2 x 240g ssd.

As you might already know, the NVMe ports share the PCI lane with SATA ports and if you use NVMe drives some of those SATA ports will be disabled.

 

Check the manual of the mainboard before purchasing the drives.

I installed mine in the M2H_32G M.2 connector which only disabled the SATA3_0 port and all of my other drives are OK (I have 5 other hard disks including a SSD disk).

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Update to Mojave tonight. 

Everything works except AppleALC and sleep (reboot after sleep). =/

 

upd. sound works after change layout

upd2. everything works with clover 4531 and updated Lilu, AppleAlC (sound, sleep ...)

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On 6/1/2018 at 11:10 PM, SavageAUS said:

Has anyone tried this board with 2 x nvme m.2. I would like the speed boost as opposed to a standard ssd.

 

 

 

 

Yes. Quite nice, quite speedy. Only catch is that it'll take up all your lanes, like Cyberdevs said, which limits the amount of other drives you can use.

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Yes. Quite nice, quite speedy. Only catch is that it'll take up all your lanes, like Cyberdevs said, which limits the amount of other drives you can use.
As long as i could run 2 x nvme and 2 x ssd that wouod be plenty for me.

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2 hours ago, SavageAUS said:

As long as i could run 2 x nvme and 2 x ssd that wouod be plenty for me.

Just a friendly reminder, booting macOS from a NVMe drive takes longer than a SATA SSD but one the macOS is loaded the performance is better.

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