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Intel 530 graphics on Skylake is causing glitching with my 4K monitor in Mojave 10.14.6

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I did a fresh install of Mojave 10.14.6, and everything is working, but I am getting glitching on the desktop. My graphics is showing as 2048 MB of VRAM, and I am able to use retina mode on my monitor.

 

I connected a 1080P monitor and there's no glitching.  

 

Here's what I mean by glitching https://youtu.be/qCGMTlXyMGg.

 

I've tried changing the SMBIOS from iMacPro1,1, Macmini7,1, and iMac17,1. I've also tried changing the ig-platform-id between 193B0005, 0x19020001, and 0x19020000.

 

I used EasyRes to change the resolution to the native 4K resolution, 720P, and 1600x900, and it's still glitching.

 

Yes, I am using a DP 1.4 cable.  I am switching a friends computer from the TonyMacx86 Serria 10.12.6 to a fresh vanilla install of Mojave 10.14.6, and there's no glitching in happening under Serria 10.12.6.

 

Here are my system specs:

 

  • GA-B250N Phoenix-WIFI
  • Intel i5-6500
  • 530 Graphics
  • 32GB RAM


Here is my EFI folder.

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5 hours ago, TheShadowKnows said:

I did a fresh install of Mojave 10.14.6, and everything is working, but I am getting glitching on the desktop. My graphics is showing as 2048 MB of VRAM, and I am able to use retina mode on my monitor.

 

I connected a 1080P monitor and there's no glitching.  

 

Here's what I mean by glitching https://youtu.be/qCGMTlXyMGg.

 

I've tried changing the SMBIOS from iMacPro1,1, Macmini7,1, and iMac17,1. I've also tried changing the ig-platform-id between 193B0005, 0x19020001, and 0x19020000.

 

I used EasyRes to change the resolution to the native 4K resolution, 720P, and 1600x900, and it's still glitching.

 

Yes, I am using a DP 1.4 cable.  I am switching a friends computer from the TonyMacx86 Serria 10.12.6 to a fresh vanilla install of Mojave 10.14.6, and there's no glitching in happening under Serria 10.12.6.

 

Here are my system specs:

 

  • GA-B250N Phoenix-WIFI
  • Intel i5-6500
  • 530 Graphics
  • 32GB RAM


Here is my EFI folder.

Try it ig-platform-id 0x19160000

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12 hours ago, luky35 said:

Try it ig-platform-id 0x19160000

 

It's still glitching.   

 

I tried with iMacPro 1,1; iMac17,1; MacPro6,1; Macmini7,1; Macmini8,1.

 

Macmini7,1 did result in the least amount of glitching. 

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4 minutes ago, TheShadowKnows said:

 

It's still glitching.   

 

I tried with iMacPro 1,1; iMac17,1; MacPro6,1; Macmini7,1; Macmini8,1.

 

Macmini7,1 did result in the least amount of glitching. 

iMac 17,1 or 18,1 Skylake

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