AMD Threadripper 3970x
Gigabyte Designare ver 1.0
Sapphire Pulse+ RX5700XT
128GB DDR4 3600
Western Digital 2TB black NVMe SSD
Fenvi T919 for Wifi and BT
Samsung C49G97T Odyssey DQHD 49" curved LCD Display
OpenCore 0.7.2 and AMD macos Kernel Patches via GitHub (part of the official guide for OC)
I would try latest one.
If issue try each prior one.
You should be able to put each file in efi partition at root without it interfering with OpenCore.
That way you can try each one.
Just remember to configure UEFI for macOS each time and clear nvram each time you change UEFI/BIOS version
No Virtualization at all
that is how the one lady on youtube was trying to get me to pay her to set it up.
I initially was trying virtualization when either I had a marginal CPU or telling QEMU/KVM to use all cores Linux locked up and started having machine check failures, CPU replaced by AMD...
Use sanity checker set for 0.6.6
OC 0.6.8 will just complain with notice of a few No schema lines take note and remove those from config.plist.
Also the online guide and configuration and differences docs are helpful.
My understanding is they are moving settings that do not change, no matter...
It can be.
You most likely will have to modify the MMIO whitelist.
That area even has to modified after any BIOS updates, as well.
It's complex. I only found out about on another site.
There is also a section under platform that is used to fix Mac Pro 7,1 throwing max memory notification.
I use Carbon Copy Cloner with no issues
in fact I was forced to use a clone to restore Big Sur do to accidently wiping the Big Sur NVMe SSD while trying to install Windows 10. I did not loose anything critical. Just note USB HDD Are slow