Just a wee bit of improvement going from an RX6600XT to an RX6800XT on my Aero G Z690
Not sure why the single core score dropped while the multi core score stayed about the same? Oh well, this system is a beast!
If you have multiple identical NVMe drives in your Aero G Z690 DDR4, it can become rather tricky knowing which drive is which, especially if they are the same manufacturer and model. In macos, the BSD (Unix) name you see in disk utility for a particular drive may be disk0 on one boot, and disk2...
Upgraded to OC 083, did a clean install of Monterey 12.5, it is working very well so far.
Gigabyte Aero G Z690 DDR4 motherboard
Intel 12700K CPU
32GB Corsair Vengeance LPX (2x16GB) DDR4 3200mhz memory
Broadcom BCM94360NG on the motherboard (replacing the Intel AX201) wifi/bluetooth
I've been playing with configs and ran across this exact problem @Stork has - after the computer goes to sleep, you wake it up and the Ethernet interface does not work. Did you find a fix for this? I haven't seen one in the thread.
The config right now is the @CaseySJ OC 0.78 with a clean...
This was a bit of a surprise - the Western Digital SN850 performance numbers, Windows 10 vs. Monterey 12.4, same computer, both with fresh OS loads. Doesn't appear to be a Crystaldiskmark for Mac or Blackmagic for Windows to get an exact comparison.
It appears to be USB mapping related. I had mapped out the ports I wanted to use, and that works fine with everything except sleep.
Since I'm using HS14 (Broadcom BT) , using your EFI with HS14 and have XHCIportlimit checked, sleep works.
I did a clean install and everything seems to be good, except sleep.
The first time I tried putting it to sleep, I hit the apple and clicked sleep. It went to sleep and would not wake up, period. Power button, keyboard, mouse, NOTHING would wake it up. What was really weird was not even...
It boots and runs fine since I deleted all the files in /Library/Logs/DiagnosticReports
Strangely enough, after each reboot, it creates another shutdown_stall file, but I no longer get the popup "you shut down your computer because of a problem"
ok, I did an rm * in /Library/Logs/DiagnosticData , then rebooted.
It came up without the error message. However it created another shutdownstall file. Three more reboots resulted in three more shutdownstall files being created, but no error messages.