I am almost certain that it is fixed here as I had the machine on all day in and out of sleep and editing in Premiere Pro and After Effects. Today I will try following the steps of the comment you linked earlier. If that doesn’t work, I will probably try to go back to the original firmware and...
But I have been using it all day without problems with the flashed GC-Titan Ridge. Maybe 11.4 beta 2 fixed it?
Edit: I also changed PCI-slot from middle to bottom, don't know if that has anything to do with it.
Edit 2: Using TitanRidgeMacOSFirmware.bin from DSM2 atm.
Since 11.3 I’m having hard freezes. I found out it was caused by my Titan Ridge 2.0 with original firmware. I use a LG 5k for monitor.
I need to be on 11.4 because of my RX 6800 , so I decided to flash the Titan Ridge and have tried with different firmware versions.
But I just can’t get cold...
So I’ve now succesfully installed Big Sur 11.1, but like the other posts in https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/failed-radeon-rx-6800-xt-big-sur.306736/ the card is not running accelerated. I’m too much of a newb to make it work by myself. But if anyone have a suggestion, I’m all in...
I actually consider doing that upgrade to get PCIe 4.0 going for the Corsairs on top of the better cpu.
Would make sense to wait I guess, but my current 2015 Mac started to do kernel panics and ethernet just stopped working, so I decided to push my plans forward before it dies on me.
I will use Windows for after effects and premiere pro, but if I can get a fairly stable Big Sur going, I will use that instead.
I know 128 GB sounds like a lot, but I had a project recently where 64 GB was just too little. It involved 4K 1000 fps phantom footage and a lot of rotoscoping and...
Tomorrow I will try and install Big Sur 11.1 because of the RX 6800 drivers.
I’m completely new to hackintoshing, is it even possible at this time with this hardware?
Gigabyte Z490 Vision D
128 GB HyperX Predator 3600 MHz RAM
Powercolor Radeon RX 6800 AMD
Gigabyte Titan Ridge...