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hi I have this build:

 

- AMD Athlon X4 631

- ASRock A75M-HVS (link)

- AMD HD 6670

- 8GB DDR3

- 250GB HDD

 

Which version of MacOS can I install?
Which kernel?

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since x4 631 does not support SSE 4.1/4.2 so Sierra is out, alternate you can install Yosemite or El Capitan (I prefer Yosemite)

for kernel you can use bronya, shanee .. see amd thread

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On 9/15/2018 at 3:33 AM, pico joe said:

 

Thank you very much, I installed it!

Now I have only a small problem linked (I think) to the HD 6670 video card.

I believe that the QE / CI is active, but sometimes it seems that it is not. Known slowdowns, especially with browsers or video in fullscreen..

 

What can I try? My gpu is: ULTIMATE HD 6670 1G D5 (http://www.sapphiretech.com/productdetial.asp?Pid=9FAA976F-88E8-492A-96A9-AD99E6F5EF59&tag=download&lang=eng)

 

 

 

p.s. I've used -f AtiPorts=3 AtiConfig=Pithecia GraphicsEnabler=Yes npci=0x2000

 

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Good. No, it's bad.
I replaced HD 6670 with a GTX 750 (with Web Driver) but I have the same symptoms (lags, stuck, flickering).
I therefore assume that it is either the CPU or the kernel ..

Tips?

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Are U still boot with -f ?

build cache with kextutility and restart - boot without -f

which smbios are u using

for GTX 750 try boot with PCIRootUID=1 

 

 

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24 minutes ago, pico joe said:

Are U still boot with -f ?

build cache with kextutility and restart - boot without -f

which smbios are u using

for GTX 750 try boot with PCIRootUID=1 

 

 

Without -f i can't reach desktop..

 

I think I've an issue with CPU or kernel because I've stucks, lags and freeze with all GPU (gt210, HD 6670 and gtx 750ti)..

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On 27 settembre 2018 at 12:53 PM, pico joe said:

Are U still boot with -f ?

build cache with kextutility and restart - boot without -f

which smbios are u using

for GTX 750 try boot with PCIRootUID=1 

 

 

Hi, I've done a fresh install from YosemiteAMD, but I haven't install enoch boot loader..

what do you advise me to do?

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I've installed Clover (legacy) and boot-up and shutdown are fine!

I see this error:

 

GPU Hardware VM is Disabled

 

Now I try lilu+whatevergreen and I'll report results ;)

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maybe I have not installed/inject them well, but lilu + whatevergreen I do not see them working..

 

However, the GPU has ID 0x6758 and I see that QE / CI is active, but the graphics seem to be moving sloooooooowly.

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5 hours ago, pico joe said:

what graphics are u using now? if nvdia try with with nvdiawebdriver

 

now i'm using HD 6670..

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51 minutes ago, pico joe said:

try using smbios iMac 13.2 and in clover config, inject ati then choose LOTUS in framebuffer

I get same results:

 

[IOBluetoothHCIController][start] -- completed

Controller: ATI RV930 (vendor ID: 1002, device ID: aa90)

Controller: Generic (vendor ID: 1022, device ID: 780d)

Sound assertion in AppleHDAController at line 464

Sound assertion in AppleHDAController at line 413

Built-in decrypter used

** GPU Hardware VM is disabled (multispace: disabled, page table updates with DMA: disabled)

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WARNING: IOPlatformPluginUtil: getCPUIDInfo unknown CPU family: family 0x12, model 0x1
   -- power management may be incomplete or unsupported

could this be? 

Can CPU not be supported by kernel?

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Well, some news.

 

I've changed kernel with 10.10.5_SSEPlus_V3 (with kext of 10.10.5_SSEPlus_V2) and now I see that the system is as fast as a splinter!

In fact, I see that the time (known by the seconds) is very fast! That is, in a second real, correspond to 4 seconds on the mac! How can I solve?

 

Thanks!

 

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Posted (edited)
On 9/8/2018 at 8:35 AM, bobso said:

- AMD Athlon X4 631

- ASRock A75M-HVS (link)

- AMD HD 6670

- 8GB DDR3

- 250GB HDD

 

Solved!

For this build, I've used YosemiteAMD (follow this link).

1) Install from YosemiteAMD (from pendrive)

2) Restart and boot YosemiteAMD (from pendrive) and copy kernel, kext and extra folder, delete prelinkedkernel, kextcache (by terminal)

3) Boot Hard Disk with Yosemite from USB bootloader

4) Update your Yosemite from AppStore

5) Boot YosemiteAMD (from pendrive) and copy kernel, delete prelinkedkernel, kextcache (by terminal)

6) Boot Hard Disk with Yosemite from USB bootloader

7) Install enoch (you can find it in YosemiteAMD pendrive)

8) Edit org.chameleon.Boot.plist with this flags:

 

npci=0x2000 AtiPorts=3 AtiConfig=Pithecia busratio=26

 

As for YouTube videos at 1080p, I solved by installing Chrome.

Sleep is working very well!

 

Thanks for support!!

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