It's all good on the mSATA port and the Hot swap issues. It isn't the most important features of the board. :(
I have a GPU as well, but don't I have to set the Intel HD4000 as primary to get all the GPUs working at the same time? Meaning, the Intel HD4000 for QuickSync and then the AMD GPUs for...
Yup, that's why I will stick to the Z77 (Thunderball) Hackintosh. It seems to work well. Other then the mSATA port on the board not working. Any ideas???
Oh, have you all ever figured out the hot swap issues? I can't get my monitor to work on the miniDisplay/TB ports and I can't add any TB...
Hello, Stork. Are you saying we could go to Mojave easily? I wouldn't mind making the jump in the near future.
Also, TB3 add in cards with a 2009-2012 Mac Pro??? I am all ears for something like that.
Thank you, for all you do BTW. Most appreciated.
I used to work for a Broadband provider. Have you taken a Phone or Tablet into both rooms and seen if there's a sudden drop off? Many times, there's something in the way of WiFi transmissions even from a room next door. Especially at 5 GHz. I've seen a router be placed into a room with a mirror...
If I desire to use both the HD4000 iGPU and the RX560 cards in my computer. Could I have a monitor start up on either of these GPUs? Also, could I set up the RX560s as my primary GPUs instead of the iGPU? Thank you for any help.
@Gigamaxx , This makes perfect sense. I have to boot from the Intel HD4000 and then move my video input to the RX560. But, once I do this everything is smooth and the computer uses all three GPU to render. I love the performance of this machine.