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  1. nickewing

    High Sierra native support for 10Gb ethernet

    Are you sure the problem is with the network and not the ability of your NAS to support sustained read and writes above 130MB/sec? Do you get the same speed when both reading and writing from the NAS? The type of reading and writing can matter a lot as well. If you're relatively certain the...
  2. nickewing

    High Sierra native support for 10Gb ethernet

    I was able to get the dual working at the same time as the 10gbe card by disabling CSM in the BIOS. I saw pastrychef's microATX build notes about Asus CSM affecting multiple monitors and the 10gbe card, but interestingly my experience seems to be the opposite of what was mentioned there. I...
  3. nickewing

    High Sierra native support for 10Gb ethernet

    Odd issue that I didn't notice before because when testing I was only using one monitor: If I have the 10Gb card in, I am unable to use two monitors. The FileVault preboot screen loads and I can enter my password, but there is no loading bar after that like there usually is, just black...
  4. nickewing

    High Sierra native support for 10Gb ethernet

    pastrychef - Thanks for detailed response. Also thank you for your mATX build details and EFI directory! I've been running very similar hardware to yours for the past week and everything has been going much more smoothly than my last Hackintosh attempt a few years ago. Anyway, back on topic...
  5. nickewing

    High Sierra native support for 10Gb ethernet

    Which NIC do you recommend, pastrychef? I've been trying to figure out if it's worth the hassle to flash the Asus XG-C100C (AQC107) I got in the mail today given that I do not currently have a 10.13.0 install to update, of if I should just get a used X540-T2. I did not realize I would need to...
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