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  1. bnd555

    Rocket 88 - i7-6950x & Gigabyte GA-X99-Designare EX - Sierra 10.12.2

    Hi @Rocket88, I have made a fresh Mojave install using your EFI, thank you so much for sharing the folder. I am facing a small problem. If I use more than 4 sticks of memory I am getting ‘End randomseed’ error and system reboots. I am using 8gb x 8sticks. Btw I have changed graphics to Rx...
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    Rocket 88 - i7-6950x & Gigabyte GA-X99-Designare EX - Sierra 10.12.2

    Hello, I have OSx 10.12.1 currently, thinking to upgrade, any suggestions?
  3. bnd555

    Rocket 88 - i7-6950x & Gigabyte GA-X99-Designare EX - Sierra 10.12.2

    I have an update, moved my M.2 from its slot to PCIE with an adapter. Now the speeds are perfect and system performance has increased drastically, obviously :)
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    Rocket 88 - i7-6950x & Gigabyte GA-X99-Designare EX - Sierra 10.12.2

    Yes, I confirm I have selected my M.2 950pro. I also tried with my 850evo which was giving me 450speed and finally my system back up physical hard drive which gave me 80mbps speed.
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    Rocket 88 - i7-6950x & Gigabyte GA-X99-Designare EX - Sierra 10.12.2

    Guys I notice my NVME M.2 Samsung 950pro 500gb is extremely slow. What could be the reason? The stick is installed on NMVE slot on Gigabyte x99 Designare.
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    Rocket 88 - i7-6950x & Gigabyte GA-X99-Designare EX - Sierra 10.12.2

    Hello guys, how is X99 doing? I am still using Sierra 10.12.1, very stable with following problems unsolved. Working * Boot, sleep, wake up, lan, hdmi (no audio), dp * Nvme m.2 Partly working * Wifi on board not working so used a pci card. * Bluetooth onboard not working so used USB IO Gear...
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    Rocket 88 - i7-6950x & Gigabyte GA-X99-Designare EX - Sierra 10.12.2

    Recently I have added wifi card purchased from Ebay, it worked Out of the box. Right now my system is close to 100% perfect. One small glitch is Boot up kills a bit of time at [PCI Configuration]
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    Rocket 88 - i7-6950x & Gigabyte GA-X99-Designare EX - Sierra 10.12.2

    BIOS Update to version F4 has solved my problem, now I can see 8 Slots x 8gb=64 Gb and Wired memory is also normal now.
  9. bnd555

    [SOLVED] Asus X99 - El Capitan 50% Ram usage after restart?

    I has same problem, Bios Update Solved my Problem as well. Thanks a Lot "animani" :)
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    Rocket 88 - i7-6950x & Gigabyte GA-X99-Designare EX - Sierra 10.12.2

    I am not able to take it forward, any suggestions welcome.
  11. bnd555

    Rocket 88 - i7-6950x & Gigabyte GA-X99-Designare EX - Sierra 10.12.2

    All 8 slots have 1stick of 8gb each. It has to be correct slot since no free slots left, rught?
  12. bnd555

    How to extend the iMac Pro to X99 [Successful Build/Extended Guide]

    x99 Designare (Gigabyte). I recently upgraded from 4x8=32gb to 8x8=64gb. This is my second Hack which I built in Jan2017, since then "About this Mac > Memory" screens says " Your Mac contains 6 memory slots, each of which accepts a 2400 MHz DDR4 memory module". In reality the board has 8...
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    Rocket 88 - i7-6950x & Gigabyte GA-X99-Designare EX - Sierra 10.12.2

    No difference if all memory config is removed from config.plist. Bios is recognising total 64gb RAM.
  14. bnd555

    I have Ruined my Macbook Air

    I found an EFI supplier on Ebay, they even offer to program system serial number to EFI so that we do not loose apple identity. Yet to replace the EFI though.
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    Rocket 88 - i7-6950x & Gigabyte GA-X99-Designare EX - Sierra 10.12.2

    I have upgraded the RAM 4x8=32gb to 8x8gb=64gb. "SMBIOS", I have tried "Trust" Disabled and Enabled as well. Newly added RAM is not recognized. Corsair Vengeance LPX 8GB (1 x 8GB) DDR4 DRAM 2400MHz (PC4-19200) C14 Memory Kit
  16. bnd555

    I have Ruined my Macbook Air

    I found a solution for this problem, its basically bricked EFI chip, no other problem with logic board, apple do not repair component level problems so they suggest you to change the entire board. Find out your computer model and logic board number based on which you can find new EFI chip on...
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