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Thanks for putting this up @AudioGod. You can also add an RX560 to the list of working GPUs - just noticed my RX560 doesn't show up in the list of PCI devices, but it seems to work fine and shows under Graphics/Displays. I've always had CSM support enabled in my bios without issue, so not sure if that has any effect on the build stability.

 

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5 hours ago, tasc said:

Thanks for putting this up @AudioGod. You can also add an RX560 to the list of working GPUs - just noticed my RX560 doesn't show up in the list of PCI devices, but it seems to work fine and shows under Graphics/Displays. I've always had CSM support enabled in my bios without issue, so not sure if that has any effect on the build stability.

 

 

Awesome Buddy I will add the RX 560 to the list :)

you sure it’s not hiding at the bottom of your PCI List?

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4 hours ago, AudioGod said:

 

Awesome Buddy I will add the RX 560 to the list :)

you sure it’s not hiding at the bottom of your PCI List?

 

Yeah it's definitely not there:

 

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7 minutes ago, tasc said:

 

Yeah it's definitely not there:

 

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Try injecting it in Clover and see if it shows up then.

run LuxMark before you inject it and after and compare scores.  

 

Do remember though that the PCI info has no bearing on how your system runs as I’m sure you already know.

Wifi cards won’t show up on it either but we did that on purpose.

 

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Great topic @AudioGod!

 

And thanks a lot for supporting me to get my system up and running again! :D

 

Small tips for those who experience the following issues:

 

1. If you have TP-Link Archer T6E PCI-E WiFi card and your system does not recognise your WiFi card with this EFI, then download and add to your kexts AirportBrcmFixup, that will make your WiFi work again.

 

2. If you have i7 9700K CPU (8700K works fine) but your system shows that you have i9 then in your Clover Configurator go to Cpu -> Type and add 0x0705 code and it will show i7, like so:

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3. if you are annoyed by the stretched Apple logo when you boot your computer, it is an easy fix, you have to put your screen's resolution in Clover Configurator -> Gui -> Screen Resolution like so:

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@AudioGod, please let me know how can I wake up my computer only from power button and not from any other input device?

 

Thanks!

 

 

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@panosru 

 

SLEEP  – Resolving Instant Wake

 

Resolve Instant Wake From Sleep caused by the Corsair H100i V2 AIO Cooler

 

To enable wake using mouse and keyboard the Corsair H100i v2 USB cable must be disconnected from motherboard header F_USB1 

 

 

If you want to keep the Corsair H100i v2 USB cable connected then enable the patch in config.plist, instruction below. 

Hackintosh will then sleep, but can only wake using power button.

 

IF USING CORSAIR H100i v2, OR IF YOU HAVE INSTANT WAKE FROM SLEEP PROBLEM 

THEN

ENABLE PATCH --> XPRW change Method(GPRW...

and download --> SSDT-GPRW.aml and place inside EFI/Clover/ACPI/Patched 


 

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Credit: Patch by Rehabman

 

 

 

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@AudioGod, cool! I will try it now!

 

UPDATE:

Nope, I prefer continue doing skydiving and scuba, feels safer than this! hahaha

 

If anyone want to try, be my gust! :D

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10 hours ago, tasc said:

Thanks for putting this up @AudioGod. You can also add an RX560 to the list of working GPUs - just noticed my RX560 doesn't show up in the list of PCI devices, but it seems to work fine and shows under Graphics/Displays. I've always had CSM support enabled in my bios without issue, so not sure if that has any effect on the build stability.

 

HERE

 

1- DSDT for Vega and VII

DSDT.VEGA.VII.zip

 

2- DSDT for RX Series, Nvidia and others

DSDT.RXxxx.NVIDIA.zip

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2 minutes ago, MaLd0n said:

i edited post above xD

 

Oh My days bro, what have you done for us? 

That is so awesome of you thank you so so much :)

I will attach them to the guide now and update. 

 

When you say Nvidia cards what we talking here?

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14 hours ago, hackinbot said:

Awesome. Thanks for continuing the Z390 Aorus Pro discussion. I’ll continue troubleshooting later this weekend. 

 

Hey Buddy,

Change your DSDT over to the new one for your GPU listed in my guide :) 

 

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13 minutes ago, texem said:

yeah , the diff between Vega and RX DSDT is just 4 lines removed (EGP1) from Vega DSDT

 

Is this cosmetic or functional code ?

 

Anyway, big thanks @AudioGod and @MaLd0n

Diff-Vega-RX.png

 

Cosmetic but perfect is perfect. :)

 

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27 minutes ago, texem said:

yeah , the diff between Vega and RX DSDT is just 4 lines removed (EGP1) from Vega DSDT

 

Is this cosmetic or functional code ?

 

Anyway, big thanks @AudioGod and @MaLd0n

Diff-Vega-RX.png

for vega or radeon vii we need create devices, in this case is PEG0/PEGP/EGP1/PEGP

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FIrst of all THank you @AudioGod for this new thread!

 

On 8/21/2019 at 10:58 PM, AudioGod said:

If Your Not Using File Vault Then Please Disable Hibernate

disablehibernate.command

 

What exactly this script does?

 

Because I'm not using FileVault, but in the script there are command about

 

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sudo pmset -a autopoweroff 0
sudo pmset -a standby 0
sudo pmset -a hibernatemode 0

 

does this change something in sleep/awake or external PSU management? 

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