I'm trying to implement this procedure over my new rig (i7-8700K CPU, Gigabyte Z370 AORUS ULTRA GAMING 2.0, dual Sapphire Pulse RX580 + Intel IGPU headless over High Sierra 10.13.6 17G6030).
I've modded the kext and it seems like it is correctly applied over one of the cards (GFX0)...
Thanks, good to know! The only "problem" I'm having with my dual Sapphire Pulse RX580 is that I can only monitor temps. Fan speeds, voltages and performance aren't displayed through iStats nor HWMonitor.
Is there anything to do to fix this? Thanks again!
I would like an admin in this section to solve this question. I'm preparing to upload my new build and I don't know if it is better to link my build's parts to amazon.com or to amazon.es (I'm in Spain).
I know how to add every component (even the ones not available in the Buyer's Guide)...
Are you referring to BIOS settings? There are some minor differences with my settings (apart from the ThunderBolt choices, which I don't have).
Or am I missing something important from the Japanese blog page?
First of all, thanks for your support and your kind words.
Regarding my build, I'll run the tests in Windows to verify, since I have a spare installation of Windows 10 which will be of help with verifying.
Apart from performance issues, sleep doesn't work (monitors shut down but...
I have done some benchmarking now that I can boot without fake IDs and without NullCPUPowerManagement. Attached are the results. As you can see, HWMon shows the CPU and GPU throttling correctly (or at least that's what it seems to me, correct me if I'm wrong). In my previous...
Thanks a lot @P1LGRIM, it really made a difference!
It's the first time that the system passes the "End Randomseed" phase without using a fake CPUid. Now it has been possible to install Intel Power Gadget (before, the installer said it wasn't possible due to processor incompatibility, I believe...
Today I've been doing post-install stuff, and I've found the following:
- If I remove the fake CPU id, the system gets stuck at "End randomseed".
- If I remove NullCPUPowerManagement.kext, I get a kernel panic and can't boot.
When I first posted this thread, the problem was...
I tried with NullCPU but I got the same errors as before (lots of ACPI errors after passing the “End Randomseed” phase and the row of plus signs).
So I had an idea: I unchecked every option available under ACPI in Clover’s GUI, and the installer booted pretty quickly and installed...