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    MacMan's Build: ASUS TUF Z390-PRO GAMING - i9-9900K - Vega 64 - Updated for 10.14.6 and NVRAM Support

    I've even tried to put the 11.6.5 back on and it won't install. My EFI partition got corrupted so I figured I'd just install Monterey, but now neither will install. My next plan is to install 11.2.1 and then upgrade from there. Though I'm looking into compiling my own SSDTs. Is this one...
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    MacMan's Build: ASUS TUF Z390-PRO GAMING - i9-9900K - Vega 64 - Updated for 10.14.6 and NVRAM Support

    I got the same error message though now it happens so fast, I had to take a video to make sure that that was the last error. Last 3 lines where up for miliseconds. AirPort_BrcmNIUC::getSSIDData(): Get Failure: Apple00211_IOC_SSID: 6 MACH Reboot GTrace synchronization point ica (last line...
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    MacMan's Build: ASUS TUF Z390-PRO GAMING - i9-9900K - Vega 64 - Updated for 10.14.6 and NVRAM Support

    Ah, thanks @SocialWorker ! So I should put the USBInjectAll.kext back in and throw out my USBmap.kext and just start again?
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    MacMan's Build: ASUS TUF Z390-PRO GAMING - i9-9900K - Vega 64 - Updated for 10.14.6 and NVRAM Support

    So I guess some people have gotten this board to work in Monterey? Mojave through Big Sur I've been able to get it work at some of you have seen in this post. However, I get a kernel panic on trying to install the software and it appears to have something to do with the Wifi / Bluetooth. The...
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    MacMan's Build: ASUS TUF Z390-PRO GAMING - i9-9900K - Vega 64 - Updated for 10.14.6 and NVRAM Support

    Hey, I have the same setup as you except I'm running Big Sur and Radeon XT 570 but I did have this setup on 10.15.7 until upgrading. I haven't experienced these issues. Do you have them when you are gaming on the Mac or Windows? Does it happen on Integrated for troubleshooting purposes...
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    [SUCCESS] jbarnette's Build - ASUS TUF Z390 M Gaming + i9-9900K + Sapphire RX Vega 64 8GB + 32GB RAM + MacOS 10.14.3 w/ USB3 working!

    It sounds like it runs fine in recovery mode. Feels like kext/driver issue but hard to say. Have you tried to use your dGPU vs. iGPU for troubleshooting or try to switch the type display connector being used? Have you checked the resolution and refresh rate of your monitors or started using new...
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    MacMan's Build: ASUS TUF Z390-PRO GAMING - i9-9900K - Vega 64 - Updated for 10.14.6 and NVRAM Support

    Gotcha. According to Intel web site, you can only get 24Hz at 4K-ish resolution with HDMI. But it would be good test. There could be additional limitations with macOS or having a Hackintosh/this mobo. It's also possible there are additional framebuffers needed. Usually people have less...
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    MacMan's Build: ASUS TUF Z390-PRO GAMING - i9-9900K - Vega 64 - Updated for 10.14.6 and NVRAM Support

    I've only tested it on 1080p monitors. @pastrychef knows a bit more about above 1080p resolutions and high refresh rate. I'd recommend at least getting an inexpensive compatible dGPU in the long term. For now, try adjusting the refresh rate because I believe the UHD 630 will only go as high...
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    MacMan's Build: ASUS TUF Z390-PRO GAMING - i9-9900K - Vega 64 - Updated for 10.14.6 and NVRAM Support

    Your card is on the poo poo list, BTW. As for my RX570, I did upgrade to Big Sur, and still no issues. No quirks at all unlike the iGPU. Note it says you could flash the BIOS at a risk for the XFX card. Here's the link I'm referring to and if you scroll up a bit, it talks about flashing the...
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    MacMan's Build: ASUS TUF Z390-PRO GAMING - i9-9900K - Vega 64 - Updated for 10.14.6 and NVRAM Support

    I honestly don't know what that error message is. However, I just got a Gigabyte Radeon RX 570 8GB v2, and I have had zero problems. I have played intensive games both on Windows 10 & macOS 10.15.7. I have not tried Final Cut pro. I do have Adobe After Effects, but I haven't done anything...
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    MacMan's Build: ASUS TUF Z390-PRO GAMING - i9-9900K - Vega 64 - Updated for 10.14.6 and NVRAM Support

    iGPU will work under Mojave. It will have a problem in Catalina/Big Sur. You have to add framebuffer/BusID stuff to it in Whatevergreen whether you are using Clover or OpenCore. I recommend OpenCore however. If you just want to boot and just use you a dGPU, just put in a fake ID. Check out...
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    MacMan's Build: ASUS TUF Z390-PRO GAMING - i9-9900K - Vega 64 - Updated for 10.14.6 and NVRAM Support

    Hey @MkVIGTI I haven't added a discrete card yet though I planned to. Quick answer to your question is you would not want to put the shikigva/80 with the iGPU if you're trying to get your dGPU to work since they are two distinct devices on your system. **Edit:** You could try one and then...
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    MacMan's Build: ASUS TUF Z390-PRO GAMING - i9-9900K - Vega 64 - Updated for 10.14.6 and NVRAM Support

    Glad my advice helped! I plan on getting a dGPU when prices go down a bit from all this COVID craziness. Let us know if you find a solution to the cursor being jittery.
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    Mass storage doesn't work over USB

    I haven't changed my RAM speed, and the macOS says it's 2133 Mhz DDR4. I'm using iMac19,1. Isn't overclocking putting the speed higher than the manufacturer's intended design? Or are you just referring to anything that doesn't fit in the model's definition? I don't know much about...
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    Mass storage doesn't work over USB

    Everything is stock. No overclocking or anything weird. I thought this 8-port hub I had was pretty meaty, but I guess I'll have to look into it. One of the hard drives even has it's own PSU as well. I wouldn't even know how to see if this is a power drain issue, but I supposed to be safe I...
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