Starting from 0.6.0, they fixed the issue where the processor type doesn't show correctly on skylake-x/xeon-w chips. So we no longer have to populate the DataHub,PlatformNVRAm,SMBIOS sections. We can just use Generic.
Also your kgp SSDTs aren't loading since you are using scope PC00. We...
Yeah that's a good question lol. I think it made more of a difference with alpine ridge and older thunderbolt chipsets than it does with titan ridge. Casey says it works better with the tb header connected so might as well leave it in.
Yeah flashing is easily reversible just make sure you...
These hacks aren’t perfect so thunderbolt support will not work 100%. Hot plug is definitely an issue and honestly I have no idea what the thunderbolt header even does. You can jump pins 1 and 3 and it’ll power on fine. Flashing custom firmware is closer to a real mac but it’s still not perfect.
1. Are you using kgp’s Clover? or OpenCore? If kgp’s clover, you dont need to edit the aml file and just copy it to the ACPI folder. If you’re using OpenCore, use MaciASL and just do a search replace (It’ll be at the top of the file). Copy it to the ACPI folder and make sure you add the .AML...
It wont show up under thunderbolt without flashing. Refer to CaseySJ’s thread for flashing and the caveats around it.
2 Titan ridge cards are possible though (I’ve had two flashed before) not sure how stable it is since I only had one thunderbolt device to test with.
Flashing with custom firmware affects Windows to where it only works with a warm boot from macOS to windows. I would recommend seeing if it works with stock firmware in windows. Also make sure security is set to 0 in the BIOS
Yes it should. I'd also take the fans from the h150 and connect it to a separate fan header so you can control via the BIOS. If you use the regular 3 pin that comes with the h150i I believe you have to use iCue to setup fan profiles.