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Delecta

i9-7980XE install issue

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Hi !

 

I started a new build today with this parts :

Mobo : Gigabyte x299 Gaming 7

CPU : Intel i9-7980XE Extreme Edition (2,6 GHz)

RAM : 64 Gb RAM Corsair Vengeance LED 3200Mhz

GPU : AMD Vega FE 16Gb

I tried to install MacOS High Sierra on a SSD Samsung Evo 1Tb and sometimes I've got "Does printf work ?' and sometimes I've got a ban sign after the lines I atteched you below.

I tried to minimise my kext in my clover folder because one time the boot stuck at the IntelMausiEthernet kext. 

Thank you if you got advices.

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EFI.zip

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Got the ban sign after a line of USB 3 port loading with the AptioMemoryFix.

@Allan I use the only method I know which is I try to install MacOS via clover on my usb stick who's got a 10.13.0 install.

 

Thank you

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Posted (edited)

you have to change your USB port (ban sign  and screen corruption is this problem) or add a correct usb patch limit for your osx version..

for this I was asking..which version? ;)

 

Edited by fabiosun

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Ok it works with the USB 2.0 front ports or I test the USB 2 mobo port.

Whatever, the install is going but it was like very "laggy" in the install screen.

I will let you know the following.

 

Thank you

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22 minutes ago, Delecta said:

Ok it works with the USB 2.0 front ports or I test the USB 2 mobo port.

Whatever, the install is going but it was like very "laggy" in the install screen.

I will let you know the following.

 

Thank you

For lag issue did you set VoodooTSCSync.kext in Clover/Kext/Other

VoodooTSCSync.kext.zip

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@Loloflat6 Yes I do ! And I set the number of my threads on the IOCPUnumbers strings which is 36 if I refer to the i9 specs.

Now the OS is fully install but it's still very slowly, like almost unusable.

 

Ty

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Yes but you must set IOCPnumber to 35 witch is your 36-1 :yes:

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Oh yea ! It seems to be much better ! Can you tell me why it's 35 an no 36 ?

Thank You a lot :)

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For this value it is always the number of threads - 1 

For me 12-1 =11

For you 36 -1 =35 

And so on. :yes:

Can you tell me more about your config hardware ?

- GPU ? (I saw AMD Vega FE 16Gb)

- PCi devices ?

- SSDs ?

- Cooling ?

- Case ?

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Yes,  
GPU : AMD FE 16Gb Air edition

PCI Devices : Gigabytes Alpine-Ridge

SSDs : 2x Samsung 860 evo 1Tb

Cooling: Dark Rock 3

Case : In Win 303

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2 minutes ago, Delecta said:

Yes,  
GPU : AMD FE 16Gb Air edition

PCI Devices : Gigabytes Alpine-Ridge

SSDs : 2x Samsung 860 evo 1Tb

Cooling: Dark Rock 3

Case : In Win 303

 Ok nice build !

 I have an air-cooling too : noctua nh d12

1x Samsung 850 evo 1Tb m2

1x Intel 545s 128 Go m2 ( Windows 10)

1 x Crucial MX500 250 go SSD ( High Sierra)

1 x Seagate Baracuda  2 TB

My case Thermaltake Core TG 21

The rest is attached on my signature 

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Yes I had to buy a connector in an England site.

I did implement my own SSDT and the Thunderbolt  EX3 is fully working ( since yesterday ) 

 

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Hey,

I got a last one issue, I can't enable my audio. I got the last AppleALC kext and Lilu. I check reset HDA in clover configurator and test some device number but nothings happens.

 

here is my Ioreg and the Run Me folder

I will thank you if you help me and if you can explain to me how to fix it.

 

Thank you

Send me Mac Pro de 7eme.zip

Mac Pro.zip

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