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High Sierra - Immediate Wake from Sleep (Gigabyte Z97, 4790k, 1080ti)

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Hi All,

I am currently running on OS X 10.13.1 (High Sierra) and everything works perfectly, besides sleep... I've scoured the internet for an answer but can't figure out how to force my computer to stay asleep (seriously, it's like an infant that's consumed too much sugar). Keeping the computer on 24/7 is wasting so much energy.

 

Here are my specifications:

  • CPU: I7-4790k (Haswell)
  • Memory: 32gb DDR3
  • GPU: Nvidia 1080ti Gigabyte
  • Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-Z97X-SLI 
  • Network Card: TP-Link Archer T9E (PCI-E Wireless AC)
  • Cooler: Corsair H110i GTX (Corsair Link Connected to USB Header)
  • HDD: 4 SSD's
  • Other Accessories: Oculus Rift, C920 Webcam, Yeti USB Microphone

Here are the Kexts/items I've installed into the computer:

  • Clover (UEFI Boot Mode), Drivers (VoodooHDA V2. 9.0d10), 3rd Party SATA, FakeSMC, FakeSMC Plugins, 3rd Party USB 3.0, 7/8/9 Series USB Support, NVIDIA Web Drivers Boot Flag

Here is the output of "pmset -g assertions":  https://imgur.com/a/Zo4kG

 

Here is what I've done so far:

  • Changes Standby, Autopoweroff, StandbyDelay values
  • Went to BIOS, disabled Wake on Lan Option
  • Changed the darkwake settings to darkwake = no and darkwake = 8,9..
  • Cried myself to sleep out of frustration

At the moment, I turned the hibernatemode to 25 and that seems to shut the computer down automatically. The downside to this is, I need to wait for the computer to completely boot up each time it goes into Hibernate..

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3rd Party SATA, FakeSMC Plugins, 3rd Party USB 3.0, 7/8/9 Series USB Support, NVIDIA Web Drivers Boot Flag

I don't know what they mean. Attach EFI folder. What Clover version are you using?

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Read the rules, carefully. Especially this part:

 

Discussion of commercial spin-offs of the OSx86 scene is allowed if it’s to understand their existence, but no discussion of how to use them, nor any support for these commercial spin-offs are allowed as they are not in the spirit of the OSx86 scene. Example of commercial spin-off: tonymacx86.

Do a clean install with supported methods, tony's beasts make a mess with kexts an settings on config.plist. That's probably why you're having issues with sleep.

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