I've been getting error code 62 and can't even reach the BIOS. I've tried resetting the CMOS and taking out the CMOS battery and reflashing but to no avail. It might have to do with me running multiple gpus.
Edit: took out my vega in pci slot and was able to post.
Few things to check...
1. Did you install Thunderbolt drivers in Windows?
2. Have proper Thunderbolt BIOS settings as outlined in kgp's guide
3. Adapt the TB-SSDT to your motherboard
4. Is Thunderbolt showing as two devices under System Report -> PCI? (Won't show up under Thunderbolt section)...
Yep I'm aware of the price but it still beats the price of the new Mac Pro easily. Can't imagine what a full blown one will cost... My iMac Pro build will easily last me until PCI 5/DDR5 so I'm a no go :lol:
Really hoping for Nvidia support so I can just stick with one card but still not getting my hopes up. Apparently the Mac Pro does have dual 8 pins so you should be able to add in your own graphics card. Just won't have the fancy Thunderbolt functionality as their proprietary MPX cards. And...
Just curious which dp to hdmi adapter/cable are you using? I have a dp to hdmi 2.0 active adapter and the display ends up being all garbled up.
Mind sharing your efi folder for opencore since we have the same mobo?