yes, it’s offset 0x461 on bios F22g, but that alone will not hot swap thunderbolt. Ultimately you need to flash the rom on the thunderbolt controller chip on the motherboard for the most Mac-like experience. With an SSDT only you can enable hot-swap but it will lock up the thunderbolt bus if...
OK that's encouraging :) The cardboard looks a bit beat up, but the MB has all the scratch-proof stickers on so maybe it is still new. Now I just have to track down a darn 10900 that isn't crazy price-inflated. :)
Interesting. I would have expected no warning / ejection on sleep with the native chipset. Does this behavior happen on your Z390 build as well? (and are you injecting USB properties via SSDT to kext?)
Hi @CaseySJ and @Ayvan
I'm considering a Vision D / G build (probably G) and I'm wondering: do you have sleep functional without ejecting drives? (another way to say this is: are these boards intel native USB3.x, or do they use ASMedia chips for USB3.x?)
Thanks in advance!
Has anyone updated to the supplemental update of security update 2020-003? If so is the macOS build number the same? (Aka supported by the most current Nvidia driver?)
The supplemental update of 10.13.6 Security Update 2020-003 has a kernel build of 17G13035, and webdriver...