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I have good peformance in LuxMark but very very bad in Geekbench 4 (I get like 40000 instead of 200000). The system is runing fine but I dont know where the problem is ... I tried quite a lot of things (including VGTab.kext - I made a preset myself, RadeonDeInit and InjectATI, WEG and Lilu and so on ...) I don't know where I'm wrong ...

 

System is:

Ryzen 5 2600 - OC 4 GHz (I tried with default clocks same issue and if multiplier is uneven number I get audio video out of sync so it has to be 3800 4000 4200 etc)

MSI B350M Pro VD PLUS (no issues here)

Sapphire Vega 64 Nitro+ LE

 

Can someone give me an idea what to do or try ? I can share EFI folder or config.plist depends on what is needed.

 

Thank you in advance !

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Hi all, 

 

I'd like to upgrade my GA Vega RX 64 OC Gaming 8GB with a Radeon VII ... anybody knows if they works OOB or they require VGTab.Kext or any other method to work properly with Mojave 14.5? 

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On 6/17/2019 at 2:12 AM, bernek said:

I have good peformance in LuxMark but very very bad in Geekbench 4 (I get like 40000 instead of 200000). The system is runing fine but I dont know where the problem is ... I tried quite a lot of things (including VGTab.kext - I made a preset myself, RadeonDeInit and InjectATI, WEG and Lilu and so on ...) I don't know where I'm wrong ...

 

System is:

Ryzen 5 2600 - OC 4 GHz (I tried with default clocks same issue and if multiplier is uneven number I get audio video out of sync so it has to be 3800 4000 4200 etc)

MSI B350M Pro VD PLUS (no issues here)

Sapphire Vega 64 Nitro+ LE

 

Can someone give me an idea what to do or try ? I can share EFI folder or config.plist depends on what is needed.

 

Thank you in advance !

Geek4.jpg

LuxMark.jpg

Metal.jpg

I am facing the very same problem and I have no clue how to fix it. I tried messing with clover config and stuff too. Apparently only one guy has managed to fix it but I could not understand what he exactly did.

 

 

He said " Geekbench giving 197k on OpenCL and 209k on Metal"

 

 

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Want to mention since I never posted back here about my issue. I decided to use Windows 10 and Ubuntu 18.04 a bit to battle test the machine more. I started seeing crashes in those operating systems. Digging through the logs I noticed they were blaming the GPU / ati driver every time it crashed, much like the GPU Restarts in the logs I posted earlier in the thread.

 

TL;DR Phanteks Riser Cable was absolute {censored} low quality trash. Replaced the riser cable and now the machine is stable and no longer giving me issues. On top of that I have it running on 10.14.6 and it is working better than ever.

 

Thanks for trying to help everyone.

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