Thanks for letting us know. Do you think this can be applied to Asus Z590-e or other Z590 boards in general with the same Ethernet controller?
Do you use USBMap or USBToolbox to map your USB ports?
Do you have this entry in config.plist?
NVRAM -> Add -> 4D1EDE05-38C7-4A6A-9CC6-4BCCA8B38C14:
UIScale: 01 (Standard resolution) or 02 (HiDPI)
I suggest you try it.
This is how mine looked with UIScale:02 (on LG 4K display) when I tried it. I don’t use Opencanopy since built-in text mode is...
No, I don't see it there unfortunately. What should I do?
Update: The problem was my backup OpenCore/EFI drive was booted instead of my main boot drive and the config.plist file was never changed. All good now. This device property injection works and made my build configuration better. Thanks...
@mattystonnie, I am not sure if the injection is loaded successfully in my OC build. Can you point out what I am not doing right? I attached my config.plist and IOReg for your reference. Thanks in advance.
My build is pretty similar to yours, but my Metal result is only 50700. @mattystonnie, what should we expect to see in IOReg with this SSDT patch?
I attached mine below for reference. Note: I'm using SSDT-RX580-M.aml with WhateverGreen + agdpmod=pikera argument and nothing else.
With WhateverGreen disabled, all three screens were black after Apple boot logo, and purple lines were back too. I will stick with just WhateverGreen.kext for now since the injection didn't really help with my benchmark scores anyways.
Thanks again, man.
Benchmark scores varies, with RadeonBoost.kext loaded, OpenCL score is 358 higher, while Metal score is 406 lower (See attached screenshots). I notice that more info is displayed in System Information - Graphics section too.