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Insanely laggy fresh install, X299, Radeon VII, 10.14.5

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So i heard of some pretty stellar Radeon VII support in 10.14.5, so i decided I could finally upgrade my High Sierra hackintosh, swapping out my 1080 TI for the Radeon VII and fly into my awesome dev machine.

 

Probably, the roughest hackintosh install i've had so far. Seems like there are far fewer hackintoshers since the Nvidia drop, and thus, a lot less answers when searching for issues.

 

So here I am, a nearly unusable Mojave install and a plea for help.

 

Everything was pristine in High Sierra.

 

Hardware:

MB: MSI X299 Gaming Power AC

CPU: i7-7800X

GPU: Asrock Radeon VII

 

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6 hours ago, kidcosmic said:

So i heard of some pretty stellar Radeon VII support in 10.14.5, so i decided I could finally upgrade my High Sierra hackintosh, swapping out my 1080 TI for the Radeon VII and fly into my awesome dev machine.

 

Probably, the roughest hackintosh install i've had so far. Seems like there are far fewer hackintoshers since the Nvidia drop, and thus, a lot less answers when searching for issues.

 

So here I am, a nearly unusable Mojave install and a plea for help.

 

Everything was pristine in High Sierra.

 

Hardware:

MB: Asus Maximus VII Hero

CPU: i7-7800X

GPU: Asrock Radeon VII

 

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I'm having a good amount of doubts about that 7800X mounted on a Z97 chipset mobo LOL 

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8 hours ago, Ciro82 said:

 

I'm having a good amount of doubts about that 7800X mounted on a Z97 chipset mobo LOL 

My bad lol. Brain fart. My older build was a maximus vii, this build is the MSI X299 Gaming AC

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hi @kidcosmic

Your EFI is a real disaster..you have to clean it from many unesufull thingsIn this part I mean:

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I would try to boot with a minimal set of kext as shown in this pictures.

Then..you have to choice right ethernet kext for your motherboard..

In your actual situation you have a bunch of these..maybe 4 or 5..you need only one! :)

 

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