I removed the Skylake spoof (again) and updated to the latest repositories and config plist. Without making any changes to those defaults I can confirm that 4k 60hz works every way I can try. That includes:
1. Belkin USB-C to HDMI adapter + HDMI 2 cable
2. Choetech USB-C to DP cable...
Will give that a shot and report back. Thanks!
EDIT: no luck - no change, still only 30hz without the spoof
Aha, interesting that that would make such a big difference. What make/model adapter are you using?
I have the same Nuc as you TheAlpa (7i5) but with the SMBIOS set to 18,1 and ig-platform-id to 0x59260002 I still need the Skylake spoof to get 4k60. Are you sure there wasn't some other secret sauce involved?
Can anyone point me in the right direction:
I implemented the Skylake spoof to get 4k60 working (which it did)... but now the system is randomly crashing (which it never did previously)... how can I remove the spoof and get back to Kaby Lake?
Is it simply a case of removing...
FakeSMC.kext is *not* optional, it's required... its variations for the sensors are optional.
Answer to Q1,2,3,4,5,6 - No, just follow the bare minimum to get the USB sorted. You don't need to do anything complicated at all.
Q7 - Mine works fine with the following kexts, in the...