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  1. Gaulomatic

    macOS 12.3 Update Causes Problems for 5700/6800/6900 Graphics Cards

    @tedyun May I ask which tools you used? My fans don't stop spinning with the Belknap framebuffer.
  2. Gaulomatic

    macOS 12.3 Update Causes Problems for 5700/6800/6900 Graphics Cards

    @tedyun There are three framebuffers defined in AMDRadeonX6000Framebuffer.kext: It would have been guess work if not for this post: https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/asus-z690-proart-creator-wifi-thunderbolt-4-i7-12700k-amd-rx-6800-xt.318311/post-2307877 I am not entirely sure, but 6900 XT...
  3. Gaulomatic

    macOS 12.3 Update Causes Problems for 5700/6800/6900 Graphics Cards

    I have created a SSDT which forces my RX 6800 XT to use the Belknap framebuffer. This brings the Metal score back to normal (from 30k to 160k). HEIC glitch remains. I have attached the basic idea as aml, but you have to specify the correct ACPI path.
  4. Gaulomatic

    [Success] Radeon RX 6800 XT - Big Sur

    My XFX Merc 319 RX 6800 XT has Device ID 0x73BF, works great on macOS and the card itself next to silent when fully loaded. Recommended - if you can find one.
  5. Gaulomatic

    [Success] Radeon RX 6800 XT - Big Sur

    @Andy1983 Yes, it's set to normal. I even tried to set it to a value below 1 in the corresponding .plist file, but 1 is the lowest value possible.
  6. Gaulomatic

    [Success] Radeon RX 6800 XT - Big Sur

    @oli.mathieu Just like before (meaning with the "old" 5700 XT and 11.2) it's at 6016 x 3384 while looking like 3008 x 1692 @ 60.00Hz on my 4K display. I just discovered that when I zoom in (Accessibility -> Zoom) with Ctrl the mouse cursor turns to the normal size relative to the UI. Should...
  7. Gaulomatic

    [Success] Radeon RX 6800 XT - Big Sur

    The only problem I have is the size of the mouse cursor when using HiDPI modes other than 2:1. It's way too big, but besides that, everything works flawlessly. Also, I just discovered a refreshingly new use case: WoW in 8K. I strongly believe and can not think otherwise, that's what Apple had in...
  8. Gaulomatic

    [Success] Radeon RX 6800 XT - Big Sur

    You never were until now. Maybe stop implicitly calling random people you don't know stupid would be a good start for a moderator. But I have a feeling that you can't resist, that's why this discussion ends here. I appreciate your opinions, but your attitude in this thread is not my cup of tea...
  9. Gaulomatic

    [Success] Radeon RX 6800 XT - Big Sur

    So.... ...yes.
  10. Gaulomatic

    [Success] Radeon RX 6800 XT - Big Sur

    @drmyk Just ignore his hostile attitudes, isn't worth your time. Just learned this lesson.
  11. Gaulomatic

    [Success] Radeon RX 6800 XT - Big Sur

    If it were not obvious, this thread would not have 48 pages and dating back to last year. But whatever. Do you what you think is appropriate.
  12. Gaulomatic

    [Success] Radeon RX 6800 XT - Big Sur

    I feel it is totally unnecessary to "inform" people from the high horse who have been hopeful about the 6000 series drivers that no Mac has such chip built in. This is redundant because it is obvious.
  13. Gaulomatic

    [Success] Radeon RX 6800 XT - Big Sur

    They are both, that's the whole point of Apple products.
  14. Gaulomatic

    X299 Big Sur Support

    @rustEswan It really depends on what you are injecting. Yes, most of the time you inject purely cosmetic stuff. But you can also inject properties that alter stuff in a more serious way. For example you can attach informations to your GPU that will let macOS use a different framebuffer:
  15. Gaulomatic

    X299 Big Sur Support

    Do you know what you changed? The mainboard still reports Error 97 (or a different error code prior to the POST screen). It happens every second reboot. What's left then is a non-blinking cursor (as seen in the picture) and the only salvation is a complete power cycle.
  16. Gaulomatic

    X299 Big Sur Support

    I think you have to disable SetupVirtualMap in the Booter Quirks. It's one of those:
  17. Gaulomatic

    Apple Previews macOS 11.0 Big Sur - Available Fall 2020

    Dude, I get your point. But you sound like a little child that got his toy stolen. And referencing the Jedi Order makes me cringe. FYI: The Jedi were blinded by arrogance, not liars.
  18. Gaulomatic

    Apple Previews macOS 11.0 Big Sur - Available Fall 2020

    That depends on your pocket and on your needs. I personally would return it and wait until ARM hardware is shipping. But that's me, so this might not be an option if you are relying on this piece of hardware.
  19. Gaulomatic

    Asus X299 - Support

    @tonyarnold Same for my Asus Rampage VI Extreme Omega, the new 3006 produces the same issues like the Cascade Lake X299-Refresh boards: MSR Lock setting in the BIOS has no effect and with a proper kernel patch to circumvent this it stops booting while PCI stuff is mentioned. This applies to...
  20. Gaulomatic

    ASUS ROG Rampage VI Extreme Omega

    I just tried out the new 3006 UEFI firmware and with this version the board starts having the same issues like the CLX refresh boards: MSR Lock cannot be disabled, macOS stops booting for some PCI reasons. 802 is working fine.
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