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  1. djlild7hina

    X299 - Open Core support

    Github updated to OpenCore 0.6.0 release :)
  2. djlild7hina

    Asus X299 - Support

    Think with OpenCore VirtualSMC is the way to go but FakeSMC with Clover is fine. I'm not up to date with Clover but I believe Clover uses OpenCore quirks now. You'll need boot-flag "agdpmod=pikera" to fix the black screen issue with the 5700 XT. Hope someone else still on Clover can chime in.
  3. djlild7hina

    Asus X299 - Catalina Support

    Your EFI and SSDT files aren't configured properly. Look at post 1 and don't use OpenCore configurator. Use ProperTree or PlistEdit Pro to edit your config files. Xcode also works.
  4. djlild7hina

    Asus X299 - Catalina Support

  5. djlild7hina

    Asus X299 - Catalina Support

    Don't have my VII anymore, but I disabled WEG and DRM works here with a RX 580.
  6. djlild7hina

    Asus X299 - Catalina Support

    This might work for 2.5G ethernet https://github.com/Mieze/LucyRTL8125Ethernet Intel Wifi/BT isn't compatible with macOS but there are beta drivers. you'll need something like a Fenvi with a broadcom chip. You're also missing TSCAdjustReset.kext and your SSDTs seem different. Look at post 1
  7. djlild7hina

    X299 - Open Core support

    Ah I don't DJ. was a weird middle school nickname that eventually got longer and doesn't make sense anymore :lol: . I wanted to be a dj though Yep what @dolgarrenan said
  8. djlild7hina

    X299 - Open Core support

    What error are you running into? BIOS version, settings, EFI folder? Look at post one and I have a EFI that is pretty well setup to start with.
  9. djlild7hina

    Asus X299 - Catalina Support

    No need for usb kext on asmedia gen 3.2 ports. You only need to make a mapping for the intel ports xhci. Looks like the i225-lm has native support.
  10. djlild7hina

    Asus X299 - Catalina Support

    The Sage 2 should work fine. It’s just rebranded from 3.1 to 3.2
  11. djlild7hina

    X299 - Open Core support

    Yes, apparently it's fixed in this version so no need for patching.
  12. djlild7hina

    X299 - Open Core support

    I don't think the public beta is out yet?
  13. djlild7hina

    No Wifi & BT and NVMe Panic

    Built in Wifi-BT will not work with macOS unless you want to use beta intel drivers that are out there. You will have to get a mac supported one like the fenvi t919. Just search for supported broadcom wifi/bt modules. Thunderbolt will not show up in System Report-Thunderbolt unless you flash...
  14. djlild7hina

    Asus X299 - Support

    Looks like it's not out for all the motherboards yet but yes please try BIOS 0702 non patched with MSR lock disabled in BIOS and report back. Also disable 'AppleCpuPmCfgLock' and 'AppleXcpmCfgLock' in the config.plist. Hopefully ASUS fixed it!
  15. djlild7hina

    Asus X299 - Support

    Could be possible flash didn't go through correct. You used Bios Flashback right?
  16. djlild7hina

    Asus X299 - Support

    Added a note in my other two threads NOTE: If you are having issues booting with patched BIOS, flash back to original BIOS and enable 'AppleCpuPmCfgLock' and 'AppleXcpmCfgLock' in the config.plist Hopefully ASUS releases a new round of BIOS soon with the MSR lock fixed
  17. djlild7hina

    X299 - Open Core support

    yes, mbr too I believe
  18. djlild7hina

    [SUCCESS] Gigabyte Designare Z390 (Thunderbolt 3) + i7-9700K + AMD RX 580

    Have you tried MonitorControl? It adjusts brightness and volume and you can use magic keyboard keys
  19. djlild7hina

    Asus X299 - Support

    Looks like the AppleCpuPmCfgLock and AppleXcpmCfgLock was set to enabled in config.plist. Odd that the BIOS patch didn't work. Was it set to disabled in the BIOS?
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