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So this behavior is right on hacks? On linux the fan rotates fixed ...

 

Also depends on driver. It is possible that Linux driver does not have a fan stop. Try to run benchmark. If fan spins up everything is fine. 

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Well. As i told you before it depends on driver, VideoBIOS, card vendor...

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I have a XFX R9 280X on 10.12.6 which I bought because was supposed to be OTB compatible but sadly wasn't to be. I used WhateverGreen to fix wake black screen (I also needed OSX-USB-SSDT to fix crash on sleep), missing GPU die temp in HWMonitor, and DisplayPort audio. I think the GPU fans are quieter too but not sure. And vandroiy added the device ID in less than a day so about Mac even shows the correct label. Very happy thanks! 

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Working great with my Fury X.  Booting is fast and sleep works.  About this Mac shows the GPU as an AMD Radeon Nano 4096 instead of an AMD Fury X 4096.  How do I fix this?

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Working great with my Fury X.  Booting is fast and sleep works.  About this Mac shows the GPU as an AMD Radeon Nano 4096 instead of an AMD Fury X 4096.  How do I fix this?

 

Provide screenshot DPCI Manager -> PCI List

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Usually on modern cards the fans should spin up under a heavy load. It is based on temperature. Try to run Unigine Benchmark it should spin up immediately after start. 

 

 

So this behavior is right on hacks? On linux the fan rotates fixed ...

 

 

OS Sierra and High Sierra have AutoWattMan in the drivers for temp control, they have worked well for Polaris cards.

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OS Sierra and High Sierra have AutoWattMan in the drivers for temp control, they have worked well for Polaris cards.

 

So I wonder if we can play with autowattman to overclock the GPU? 

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OS Sierra and High Sierra have AutoWattMan in the drivers for temp control, they have worked well for Polaris cards.

Can you somehow disable it?

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Hi, I'm having issue with my XFX RX 580 p8dfd6 (Vendor 1002 / Device 67DF / Sub Vendor 1682 / Sub Device C580 with audio Vendor 1002 / Device AAF0 / Sub Vendor 1682 / Sub Device AAF0).

I had to add 0x67df1002 to 4100 and 9510 kexts and remove the value from 9500, and 9520. More details of the issue Here. Any suggestion ?

 

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Hi.

 

First of all: Thank you guys for this awesome support page. This community is really great.

 

Please excuse my stupid questions but I am a newbie in terms of the stuff discussed in this topic.

 

So my situation is the following:

 

I have an AMD R9 390x graphics card from Sapphire and until today I had iGPU configured as my primary GPU and had it connected to my second monitor. So I had one monitor connected to the R9 390x and one to the internal Intel HD graphics in order for the sleep/wake issue to be temporarily resolved. It worked.

 

Now recently I came across WhateverGreen and wanted to give it a try. I installed the kexts lilu and whatevergreen, changed the primary GPU to PCIe in the BIOS and connected the monitor I previously had connected to the internal graphics card to the R9 390x with an HDMI cable (The second one is already connected over Displayport).

 

Surprise, I have exactly the same issue as other people with the R9 390x in this topic: It boots until a certain point (which should be the point where whatevergreen is injected) and then results int a blackscreen (on both monitors). Removing the second monitor (HDMI one) makes the system bootable, but if I plug it in again once it has booted, the blackscreen comes back.

 

I tried to copy the SSDT from the OP and change the name to the name of my graphics card but it didn't work. Then I copied Jofkos SSDT example and gave it a try but it also didn't work.

 

My question is: What exactly do I have to change in these SSDTs? How can I actually understand what's going on there? What values should be inside this connectors section? And the most important part: How can I resolve this in order to work for my system without annoying you guys all the time?

 

Thank you again for this awesome support page.

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Hi.

 

First of all: Thank you guys for this awesome support page. This community is really great.

 

Please excuse my stupid questions but I am a newbie in terms of the stuff discussed in this topic.

 

So my situation is the following:

 

I have an AMD R9 390x graphics card from Sapphire and until today I had iGPU configured as my primary GPU and had it connected to my second monitor. So I had one monitor connected to the R9 390x and one to the internal Intel HD graphics in order for the sleep/wake issue to be temporarily resolved. It worked.

 

Now recently I came across WhateverGreen and wanted to give it a try. I installed the kexts lilu and whatevergreen, changed the primary GPU to PCIe in the BIOS and connected the monitor I previously had connected to the internal graphics card to the R9 390x with an HDMI cable (The second one is already connected over Displayport).

 

Surprise, I have exactly the same issue as other people with the R9 390x in this topic: It boots until a certain point (which should be the point where whatevergreen is injected) and then results int a blackscreen (on both monitors). Removing the second monitor (HDMI one) makes the system bootable, but if I plug it in again once it has booted, the blackscreen comes back.

 

I tried to copy the SSDT from the OP and change the name to the name of my graphics card but it didn't work. Then I copied Jofkos SSDT example and gave it a try but it also didn't work.

 

My question is: What exactly do I have to change in these SSDTs? How can I actually understand what's going on there? What values should be inside this connectors section? And the most important part: How can I resolve this in order to work for my system without annoying you guys all the time?

 

Thank you again for this awesome support page.

 

You need to set correct connector-priority 

Firs of all try 04060103

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connector-priority 04060103 doesn't seem to work. Btw, how should my SSDT look like now? I have still Jofko's version...

 

I don't know who is Jofko and don't know his SSDT version... Everything you need is in FAQ. 290/390 cards have very specific VideoBIOS. The only way to get multimonitor working is to set connector priority or to inject custom connectors...

You can get debug info about your connectors (how to described in FAQ) and try to change connector priority. There will be only 16 options. Try to set up DP first...

Example in log:

Without any changes

2017-09-02 17:11:30.389062+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ getConnectorsInfo found 4 connectors
2017-09-02 17:11:30.397727+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) con @ 0 is type 00000400 (DP  ) flags 00000304 feat 0100 pri 0000 txmit 12 enc 04 hotplug 02 sense 01
2017-09-02 17:11:30.397859+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) con @ 1 is type 00000800 (HDMI) flags 00000204 feat 0100 pri 0000 txmit 22 enc 05 hotplug 03 sense 03
2017-09-02 17:11:30.397994+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) con @ 2 is type 00000004 (DVI ) flags 00000004 feat 0100 pri 0000 txmit 01 enc 02 hotplug 01 sense 04
2017-09-02 17:11:30.398128+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) con @ 3 is type 00000004 (DVI ) flags 00000004 feat 0100 pri 0000 txmit 00 enc 00 hotplug 06 sense 06
2017-09-02 17:11:30.398265+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ getConnectorsInfo attempting to autofix connectors
2017-09-02 17:11:30.398398+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ autocorrectConnectors found txmit 12 enc 04 sense 01 for 0 connector
2017-09-02 17:11:30.398531+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ autocorrectConnector use -raddvi to enable dvi autocorrection
2017-09-02 17:11:30.398666+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ autocorrectConnectors found txmit 22 enc 05 sense 03 for 1 connector
2017-09-02 17:11:30.398801+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ autocorrectConnector use -raddvi to enable dvi autocorrection
2017-09-02 17:11:30.406483+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ autocorrectConnectors found txmit 11 enc 02 sense 04 for 2 connector
2017-09-02 17:11:30.406614+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ autocorrectConnector use -raddvi to enable dvi autocorrection
2017-09-02 17:11:30.406750+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ autocorrectConnectors found txmit 10 enc 00 sense 06 for 3 connector
2017-09-02 17:11:30.406884+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ autocorrectConnector use -raddvi to enable dvi autocorrection
2017-09-02 17:11:30.407021+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ getConnectorInfo leaving unchaged priority
2017-09-02 17:11:30.407153+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ getConnectorsInfo resulting 4 connectors follow
2017-09-02 17:11:30.407290+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) con @ 0 is type 00000400 (DP  ) flags 00000304 feat 0100 pri 0000 txmit 12 enc 04 hotplug 02 sense 01
2017-09-02 17:11:30.414864+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) con @ 1 is type 00000800 (HDMI) flags 00000204 feat 0100 pri 0000 txmit 22 enc 05 hotplug 03 sense 03
2017-09-02 17:11:30.414997+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) con @ 2 is type 00000004 (DVI ) flags 00000004 feat 0100 pri 0000 txmit 01 enc 02 hotplug 01 sense 04
2017-09-02 17:11:30.415131+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) con @ 3 is type 00000004 (DVI ) flags 00000004 feat 0100 pri 0000 txmit 00 enc 00 hotplug 06 sense 06
2017-09-02 17:11:30.415272+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ SetProperty caught model 19 (AMD Radeon HD 8xxx)
2017-09-02 17:11:30.415404+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) iokit @ getOSData vendor-id has 1002 value
2017-09-02 17:11:30.415535+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) iokit @ getOSData device-id has 67B0 value
2017-09-02 17:11:30.422989+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) iokit @ getOSData revision-id has 0 value
2017-09-02 17:11:30.423120+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) iokit @ getOSData subsystem-vendor-id has 1787 value
2017-09-02 17:11:30.423255+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) iokit @ getOSData subsystem-id has 2342 value
2017-09-02 17:11:30.423389+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ SetProperty autodetect found for 1002:67B0:0000 1787:2342
2017-09-02 17:11:30.423523+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ SetProperty autodetect found AMD Radeon R9 290X

With connector priority set to 04060103

2017-09-02 17:31:52.195088+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ getConnectorsInfo found 4 connectors
2017-09-02 17:31:52.195204+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) con @ 0 is type 00000400 (DP  ) flags 00000304 feat 0100 pri 0000 txmit 12 enc 04 hotplug 02 sense 01
2017-09-02 17:31:52.195342+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) con @ 1 is type 00000800 (HDMI) flags 00000204 feat 0100 pri 0000 txmit 22 enc 05 hotplug 03 sense 03
2017-09-02 17:31:52.195481+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) con @ 2 is type 00000004 (DVI ) flags 00000004 feat 0100 pri 0000 txmit 01 enc 02 hotplug 01 sense 04
2017-09-02 17:31:52.203022+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) con @ 3 is type 00000004 (DVI ) flags 00000004 feat 0100 pri 0000 txmit 00 enc 00 hotplug 06 sense 06
2017-09-02 17:31:52.203160+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ getConnectorsInfo attempting to autofix connectors
2017-09-02 17:31:52.203294+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ autocorrectConnectors found txmit 12 enc 04 sense 01 for 0 connector
2017-09-02 17:31:52.203429+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ autocorrectConnector use -raddvi to enable dvi autocorrection
2017-09-02 17:31:52.203567+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ autocorrectConnectors found txmit 22 enc 05 sense 03 for 1 connector
2017-09-02 17:31:52.219548+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ autocorrectConnector use -raddvi to enable dvi autocorrection
2017-09-02 17:31:52.219686+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ autocorrectConnectors found txmit 11 enc 02 sense 04 for 2 connector
2017-09-02 17:31:52.219821+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ autocorrectConnector use -raddvi to enable dvi autocorrection
2017-09-02 17:31:52.219959+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ autocorrectConnectors found txmit 10 enc 00 sense 06 for 3 connector
2017-09-02 17:31:52.234494+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ autocorrectConnector use -raddvi to enable dvi autocorrection
2017-09-02 17:31:52.398461+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) Lilu: (DEBUG) patcher @ invoked at kext loading/unloading
2017-09-02 17:31:52.398645+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) Lilu: (DEBUG) patcher @ last kext is <private> and its name is com.apple.kext.triggers
2017-09-02 17:31:52.399257+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) Lilu: (DEBUG) patcher @ invoked at kext loading/unloading
2017-09-02 17:31:52.399316+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ getConnectorInfo found 4 senses in connector-priority
2017-09-02 17:31:52.407709+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ reprioritiseConnectors setting priority of sense 04 to 1 by sense
2017-09-02 17:31:52.407720+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) Lilu: (DEBUG) patcher @ last kext is <private> and its name is com.apple.filesystems.autofs
2017-09-02 17:31:52.407835+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ reprioritiseConnectors setting priority of sense 06 to 2 by sense
2017-09-02 17:31:52.407977+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ reprioritiseConnectors setting priority of sense 01 to 3 by sense
2017-09-02 17:31:52.408112+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ reprioritiseConnectors setting priority of sense 03 to 4 by sense
2017-09-02 17:31:52.408246+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ getConnectorsInfo resulting 4 connectors follow
2017-09-02 17:31:52.415385+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) con @ 0 is type 00000400 (DP  ) flags 00000304 feat 0100 pri 0003 txmit 12 enc 04 hotplug 02 sense 01
2017-09-02 17:31:52.415517+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) con @ 1 is type 00000800 (HDMI) flags 00000204 feat 0100 pri 0004 txmit 22 enc 05 hotplug 03 sense 03
2017-09-02 17:31:52.415650+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) con @ 2 is type 00000004 (DVI ) flags 00000004 feat 0100 pri 0001 txmit 01 enc 02 hotplug 01 sense 04
2017-09-02 17:31:52.422756+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) con @ 3 is type 00000004 (DVI ) flags 00000004 feat 0100 pri 0002 txmit 00 enc 00 hotplug 06 sense 06
2017-09-02 17:31:52.422886+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ SetProperty caught model 19 (AMD Radeon HD 8xxx)
2017-09-02 17:31:52.423020+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) iokit @ getOSData vendor-id has 1002 value
2017-09-02 17:31:52.423154+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) iokit @ getOSData device-id has 67B0 value
2017-09-02 17:31:52.423293+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) iokit @ getOSData revision-id has 0 value
2017-09-02 17:31:52.423430+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) iokit @ getOSData subsystem-vendor-id has 1787 value
2017-09-02 17:31:52.423566+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) iokit @ getOSData subsystem-id has 2342 value
2017-09-02 17:31:52.423704+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ SetProperty autodetect found for 1002:67B0:0000 1787:2342
2017-09-02 17:31:52.423836+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ SetProperty autodetect found AMD Radeon R9 290X

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I don't know who is Jofko and don't know his SSDT version... Everything you need is in FAQ. 290/390 cards have very specific VideoBIOS. The only way to get multimonitor working is to set connector priority or to inject custom connectors...

You can get debug info about your connectors (how to described in FAQ) and try to change connector priority. There will be only 16 options. Try to set up DP first...

Example in log:

Without any changes

2017-09-02 17:11:30.389062+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ getConnectorsInfo found 4 connectors
2017-09-02 17:11:30.397727+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) con @ 0 is type 00000400 (DP  ) flags 00000304 feat 0100 pri 0000 txmit 12 enc 04 hotplug 02 sense 01
2017-09-02 17:11:30.397859+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) con @ 1 is type 00000800 (HDMI) flags 00000204 feat 0100 pri 0000 txmit 22 enc 05 hotplug 03 sense 03
2017-09-02 17:11:30.397994+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) con @ 2 is type 00000004 (DVI ) flags 00000004 feat 0100 pri 0000 txmit 01 enc 02 hotplug 01 sense 04
2017-09-02 17:11:30.398128+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) con @ 3 is type 00000004 (DVI ) flags 00000004 feat 0100 pri 0000 txmit 00 enc 00 hotplug 06 sense 06
2017-09-02 17:11:30.398265+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ getConnectorsInfo attempting to autofix connectors
2017-09-02 17:11:30.398398+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ autocorrectConnectors found txmit 12 enc 04 sense 01 for 0 connector
2017-09-02 17:11:30.398531+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ autocorrectConnector use -raddvi to enable dvi autocorrection
2017-09-02 17:11:30.398666+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ autocorrectConnectors found txmit 22 enc 05 sense 03 for 1 connector
2017-09-02 17:11:30.398801+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ autocorrectConnector use -raddvi to enable dvi autocorrection
2017-09-02 17:11:30.406483+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ autocorrectConnectors found txmit 11 enc 02 sense 04 for 2 connector
2017-09-02 17:11:30.406614+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ autocorrectConnector use -raddvi to enable dvi autocorrection
2017-09-02 17:11:30.406750+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ autocorrectConnectors found txmit 10 enc 00 sense 06 for 3 connector
2017-09-02 17:11:30.406884+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ autocorrectConnector use -raddvi to enable dvi autocorrection
2017-09-02 17:11:30.407021+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ getConnectorInfo leaving unchaged priority
2017-09-02 17:11:30.407153+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ getConnectorsInfo resulting 4 connectors follow
2017-09-02 17:11:30.407290+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) con @ 0 is type 00000400 (DP  ) flags 00000304 feat 0100 pri 0000 txmit 12 enc 04 hotplug 02 sense 01
2017-09-02 17:11:30.414864+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) con @ 1 is type 00000800 (HDMI) flags 00000204 feat 0100 pri 0000 txmit 22 enc 05 hotplug 03 sense 03
2017-09-02 17:11:30.414997+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) con @ 2 is type 00000004 (DVI ) flags 00000004 feat 0100 pri 0000 txmit 01 enc 02 hotplug 01 sense 04
2017-09-02 17:11:30.415131+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) con @ 3 is type 00000004 (DVI ) flags 00000004 feat 0100 pri 0000 txmit 00 enc 00 hotplug 06 sense 06
2017-09-02 17:11:30.415272+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ SetProperty caught model 19 (AMD Radeon HD 8xxx)
2017-09-02 17:11:30.415404+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) iokit @ getOSData vendor-id has 1002 value
2017-09-02 17:11:30.415535+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) iokit @ getOSData device-id has 67B0 value
2017-09-02 17:11:30.422989+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) iokit @ getOSData revision-id has 0 value
2017-09-02 17:11:30.423120+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) iokit @ getOSData subsystem-vendor-id has 1787 value
2017-09-02 17:11:30.423255+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) iokit @ getOSData subsystem-id has 2342 value
2017-09-02 17:11:30.423389+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ SetProperty autodetect found for 1002:67B0:0000 1787:2342
2017-09-02 17:11:30.423523+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ SetProperty autodetect found AMD Radeon R9 290X

With connector priority set to 04060103

2017-09-02 17:31:52.195088+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ getConnectorsInfo found 4 connectors
2017-09-02 17:31:52.195204+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) con @ 0 is type 00000400 (DP  ) flags 00000304 feat 0100 pri 0000 txmit 12 enc 04 hotplug 02 sense 01
2017-09-02 17:31:52.195342+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) con @ 1 is type 00000800 (HDMI) flags 00000204 feat 0100 pri 0000 txmit 22 enc 05 hotplug 03 sense 03
2017-09-02 17:31:52.195481+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) con @ 2 is type 00000004 (DVI ) flags 00000004 feat 0100 pri 0000 txmit 01 enc 02 hotplug 01 sense 04
2017-09-02 17:31:52.203022+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) con @ 3 is type 00000004 (DVI ) flags 00000004 feat 0100 pri 0000 txmit 00 enc 00 hotplug 06 sense 06
2017-09-02 17:31:52.203160+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ getConnectorsInfo attempting to autofix connectors
2017-09-02 17:31:52.203294+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ autocorrectConnectors found txmit 12 enc 04 sense 01 for 0 connector
2017-09-02 17:31:52.203429+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ autocorrectConnector use -raddvi to enable dvi autocorrection
2017-09-02 17:31:52.203567+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ autocorrectConnectors found txmit 22 enc 05 sense 03 for 1 connector
2017-09-02 17:31:52.219548+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ autocorrectConnector use -raddvi to enable dvi autocorrection
2017-09-02 17:31:52.219686+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ autocorrectConnectors found txmit 11 enc 02 sense 04 for 2 connector
2017-09-02 17:31:52.219821+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ autocorrectConnector use -raddvi to enable dvi autocorrection
2017-09-02 17:31:52.219959+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ autocorrectConnectors found txmit 10 enc 00 sense 06 for 3 connector
2017-09-02 17:31:52.234494+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ autocorrectConnector use -raddvi to enable dvi autocorrection
2017-09-02 17:31:52.398461+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) Lilu: (DEBUG) patcher @ invoked at kext loading/unloading
2017-09-02 17:31:52.398645+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) Lilu: (DEBUG) patcher @ last kext is <private> and its name is com.apple.kext.triggers
2017-09-02 17:31:52.399257+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) Lilu: (DEBUG) patcher @ invoked at kext loading/unloading
2017-09-02 17:31:52.399316+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ getConnectorInfo found 4 senses in connector-priority
2017-09-02 17:31:52.407709+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ reprioritiseConnectors setting priority of sense 04 to 1 by sense
2017-09-02 17:31:52.407720+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) Lilu: (DEBUG) patcher @ last kext is <private> and its name is com.apple.filesystems.autofs
2017-09-02 17:31:52.407835+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ reprioritiseConnectors setting priority of sense 06 to 2 by sense
2017-09-02 17:31:52.407977+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ reprioritiseConnectors setting priority of sense 01 to 3 by sense
2017-09-02 17:31:52.408112+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ reprioritiseConnectors setting priority of sense 03 to 4 by sense
2017-09-02 17:31:52.408246+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ getConnectorsInfo resulting 4 connectors follow
2017-09-02 17:31:52.415385+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) con @ 0 is type 00000400 (DP  ) flags 00000304 feat 0100 pri 0003 txmit 12 enc 04 hotplug 02 sense 01
2017-09-02 17:31:52.415517+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) con @ 1 is type 00000800 (HDMI) flags 00000204 feat 0100 pri 0004 txmit 22 enc 05 hotplug 03 sense 03
2017-09-02 17:31:52.415650+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) con @ 2 is type 00000004 (DVI ) flags 00000004 feat 0100 pri 0001 txmit 01 enc 02 hotplug 01 sense 04
2017-09-02 17:31:52.422756+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) con @ 3 is type 00000004 (DVI ) flags 00000004 feat 0100 pri 0002 txmit 00 enc 00 hotplug 06 sense 06
2017-09-02 17:31:52.422886+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ SetProperty caught model 19 (AMD Radeon HD 8xxx)
2017-09-02 17:31:52.423020+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) iokit @ getOSData vendor-id has 1002 value
2017-09-02 17:31:52.423154+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) iokit @ getOSData device-id has 67B0 value
2017-09-02 17:31:52.423293+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) iokit @ getOSData revision-id has 0 value
2017-09-02 17:31:52.423430+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) iokit @ getOSData subsystem-vendor-id has 1787 value
2017-09-02 17:31:52.423566+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) iokit @ getOSData subsystem-id has 2342 value
2017-09-02 17:31:52.423704+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ SetProperty autodetect found for 1002:67B0:0000 1787:2342
2017-09-02 17:31:52.423836+0300  localhost kernel[0]: (kernel) WhateverGreen: (DEBUG) rad @ SetProperty autodetect found AMD Radeon R9 290X

Ok thank you. I think I understand it now and I already generated this log. Mine looks like your first version, logically. But I have one more question. Where do I get these 16 different priorities from, which I have to test? I can't see them in the logs...

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Ok thank you. I think I understand it now and I already generated this log. Mine looks like your first version, logically. But I have one more question. Where do I get these 16 different priorities from, which I have to test? I can't see them in the logs...

 

 

04 06 01 03 is connectors Sense ID. You can determine connector priority by swaping sense ID. 04 - DVI, 06 - DVI, 01 - DP, 03 - HDMI. So your priority is DVI, DVI, DP, HDMI. You can swap it. 

 

Example:

Be default you have this connectors: 

con @ 0 is type 00000400 (DP  ).   flags 00000304 feat 0100 pri 0000 txmit 12 enc 04 hotplug 02 sense 01

con @ 1 is type 00000800 (HDMI)  flags 00000204 feat 0100 pri 0000 txmit 22 enc 05 hotplug 03 sense 03
con @ 2 is type 00000004 (DVI )    flags 00000004 feat 0100 pri 0000 txmit 01 enc 02 hotplug 01 sense 04
con @ 3 is type 00000004 (DVI )    flags 00000004 feat 0100 pri 0000 txmit 00 enc 00 hotplug 06 sense 06
 
pri=0000 for ALL 4 connetors (priority). Without specific priority. DP, HDMI, DVI, DVI
 
After Applying connector priority 04 06 01 03
 
rad @ getConnectorInfo found 4 senses in connector-priority
rad @ reprioritiseConnectors setting priority of sense 04 to 1 by sense
rad @ reprioritiseConnectors setting priority of sense 06 to 2 by sense
rad @ reprioritiseConnectors setting priority of sense 01 to 3 by sense
rad @ reprioritiseConnectors setting priority of sense 03 to 4 by sense
rad @ getConnectorsInfo resulting 4 connectors follow
con @ 0 is type 00000400 (DP  ).  flags 00000304 feat 0100 pri 0003 txmit 12 enc 04 hotplug 02 sense 01
con @ 1 is type 00000800 (HDMI) flags 00000204 feat 0100 pri 0004 txmit 22 enc 05 hotplug 03 sense 03
con @ 2 is type 00000004 (DVI ).  flags 00000004 feat 0100 pri 0001 txmit 01 enc 02 hotplug 01 sense 04
con @ 3 is type 00000004 (DVI ).  flags 00000004 feat 0100 pri 0002 txmit 00 enc 00 hotplug 06 sense 06
 

You can see that pri (priority) is changed. 04=1, 06=2, 01=3, 03=4. This is your order - 04060103 DVI, DVI, HDMI, DP

 

Now you have to try all 16 combinations

04060103

06040103

04060301

etc...

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