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  1. levifig

    SFP+ 10Gbe Networking: which card is working?

    FWIW, I have a T420-CR and the Catalina driver worked fine in Big Sur but does not work in Monterey. I have yet to find a solution or workaround to this… :(
  2. levifig

    ASUS X299 Monterey Support

    Waiting for the "friends & family" discounts to be available so I can order one as well… Will likely stick to the 14'' for portability and 1TB storage for $$ savings but definitely going with the 32C/64GB Max combo! Been hackintosh'ing since 2013 and on X79/X299 since 2015! It's been a wild...
  3. levifig

    ASUS X299 Monterey Support

    Clean and easy update from Big Sur to Monterey PB. Currently running it on an Asus ROG Rampage VI Apex with an Intel i9-9940X (OC 0.7.1).
  4. levifig

    macOS 11.0 Big Sur is Now Available on the Mac App Store

    That seems dumb but it's accurate: the update didn't propagate through the CDN as it should and it crashed their CDN, causing it to fail. The CDN is back up, but they remove public access to the update (specifically the InstallAssistant.pkg file) while they wait for it to propagate throughout...
  5. levifig

    AMD Radeon Performance Enhanced SSDT

    After some tweaks and overclocking (including this SSDT, v2.3), my GB4 score went up from ~170k to 210k on my (seriously) overclocked Vega 56 (watercooled, custom loop), but only a very slight improve on GB5, from ~59k to ~61k. Nice! :) PS: MacPro7,1 SMBIOS! :headbang:
  6. levifig

    Asus X299 - Support

    What does "patching" mean? :o Also: is this the new "standard" for Asus BIOS or was it a mistake? Because the MsrE2 unlock option is still in the BIOS but just seems to be broken ATM… :o
  7. levifig

    Asus X299 - Support

    I'm on a WS SAGE and I think you meant 3101? From my experience, on my R6 Apex, its latest BIOS broke the MsrE2 unlock (it simply stopped doing anything, regardless of enabled/disabled status) and that firmware. It was version 3006 on the R6A and the release notes are eerly similar. I'm afraid...
  8. levifig

    Working 10GbE SFP+ NIC

    So, the Solarflare SFN5122F is still working in 10.14? Is there an updated driver? Or just using the old driver?
  9. levifig

    mATX X299 for Hackintosh

    Hey guys, It seems neither Asus or Gigabyte have yet released an mATX X299 motherboard. The only ones available so far, are the ones from EVGA (nice boards, famously unfriendly with hackintosh setups), MSI, and ASRock. Is there a main recommendation for X299 mATX at this point? Or am I SOL...
  10. levifig

    macOS 10.14.1 Update

    I wish I had it on an HFS+ drive… It's APFS since 10.14! :(
  11. levifig

    macOS 10.14.1 Update

    Any reason I still don't see the update available at all?! o_O
  12. levifig

    How to build your own iMac Pro [Successful Build/Extended Guide]

    Agree. I was referring to the Hackintosh side of things... It was pretty similar from a config standpoint. I do understand and recognize the differences between the 2 boards, at a hardware level. I looked into the Designare EX. I would be paying for things I wouldn't want (TB3, etc) and losing...
  13. levifig

    How to build your own iMac Pro [Successful Build/Extended Guide]

    I've upgraded from an X299-A Prime (which is basically an X299 Deluxe sans a few bells & whistles) to a Rampage VI Apex (for my OC needs). Curious if anyone has gotten this board working and what I can do to help build some DSDTs for it. I have a working Windows installation and the time and...
  14. levifig

    How to build your own iMac Pro [Successful Build/Extended Guide]

    FWIW, I updated the BIOS on my X299-A Prime (to 1301, and set the MSR lock to disabled) and had to add TSCSync kext in order to boot (took me like 8 hours of troubleshooting to realize the issue was the lack of TSC kext... *sigh*).
  15. levifig

    How to build your own iMac Pro [Successful Build/Extended Guide]

    It seems .161 version of the Nvidia Web Driver isn't as good as previous versions… Is this true for other people? Is 159 still the best option for a 1080 Ti? Thanks. :)
  16. levifig

    How to build your own iMac Pro [Successful Build/Extended Guide]

    I wouldn't mind recommending the ASUS X299-A PRIME. It's basically the same as the Deluxe minus a few things (less USB ports, no TB3 addon, etc). It's almost 100% compatible with the guide and half the price. I actually got mine on a sale for $175… Can't complain! :) My goal is to eventually...
  17. levifig

    How to build your own iMac Pro [Successful Build/Extended Guide]

    Trying those now! Thank you for the info… EDIT: HOLY HECK!!! This basically gave me my computer back!! So glad to have a smooth UI back… The lag was driving me INSANE!!! <3 <3 <3
  18. levifig

    How to build your own iMac Pro [Successful Build/Extended Guide]

    Is there a solution for Nvidia UI lag on a 770 (Kepler GPU)? I can't seem to find Web Drivers compatible with this card and the native drivers, while they do work, are beyond laggy… It's virtually unusable! :(
  19. levifig

    How to build your own iMac Pro [Successful Build/Extended Guide]

    Correct. voltageshift results are still the ones I posted, even after removing the core scope patch. CPU Type is set to the default (0x) and I'm even customizing how it displays on the "About" screen as per your instructions. FakeCPUID is also not set… :) I'll let @interference… interfere! :P...
  20. levifig

    How to build your own iMac Pro [Successful Build/Extended Guide]

    I did… :) FWIW, disabling that patch did indeed stop the kernel panics… :) Haven't had a single one since I disabled it… ;) I'm still curious about the voltageshift result I'm getting (different from yours) and if my BIOS patch actually worked… :X
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