So root cause found - I have downgraded BIOS from F11 to F10 (first official i7 support regarding the CPU list) and now the values are OK (previously 3600/11900). In Windows even better - 5000 / 16000, on Mac see screenshot.
But one strange thing happened with this F10 BIOS - it sets core...
Everything smooth and fine on my rig, running on 10.13.1.
But still on HFS - doesn't someone know, why my rig was not updated to APFS during Sierra - High Sierra update? I didn't disable APFS update, even though it remained on HFS. Could be problem my older Kingston V300 SSD 120 GB? Thanks for...
I have followed the update procedure (with APFS conversion), everything seems OK, but my SSD is still on Journaled HFS+. Anyone knows, why it was not converted? See screenshot of system profiler.
So I did update and now I am on High Sierra only with these three problems:
1. My SSD was not converted to APFS instead it is still journaled HFS+ (does anyone know why?) I have followed the procedure for updating to APFS
2. On clover page I am missing icon for Mac OS instead of it I have...
I don't have any kexts on my EFI partition, is it normal? I would download them, but I don't know which kexts I need to add to Other folder, can I download all of them or can I find those, which is my system using to put them in Other folder?
Thanks for advice!
Do I need to do these steps? I never did it during minor Sierra updates. If so, why do I need to copy fakesmc and other kexts to Other folder if I already have these kexts in my current installation?
Thanks for answer!