Geekbench 4 OpenCL Score dropped from 200k to 144k on my Sapphire Nitro+ Vega 64
Anyone with similar issues?
Someone can test BruceX on the new release for performance drop?
BTW, same purple stripes here
I think that you mean the SMBios serials generated by CloverConfigurator?
This is mackie100 who is developing it.
Clover just injects the serial which you gives to it...
Thank you for looking up the URT devices! Could you please search the ioreg for the other adresses:
And open up the URT devices to see what is inside? Some other devices attached to them?
how does the IMEI device look like? (device-id, etc)
Are the URT0/URT1/URT2 devices present in the DSDT?
Are in your iMac 19,1 DSDT following adresses present and assigned to which devices?
I understand, but the DSDT and the SSDTs looks the same for all the iMacs 19,1 with the same processor/configuration so no sensitive/personal information will be shared. The serial numbers are inside the SMBios
Hi RehabMan and thanks for your work so far!
Please clear me up, on a 8 Series mobos under Sierra it was enough to edit the DSDT to exclude the unused HS+SS ports to have the total number of 15 ports and rename the device to XHC. This way no kexts or patches were needed.
Could you clear me up...
yes, as far that I know, this is quite normal as the OS works internally more with the BoardID as with the product name.
Are there already some dumps of iMac 19,1 SMBios around?
My question is more of the kind if the new 10.14.4 update already supports new iMacs? That means, if you can create...
Intel HD6000+/HD5000/HD4600+/HD4000/HD3000 Framebuffer Edits
how can I change the memory size of HD4600 framebuffer to have 4K output on Display Port? My mobo is capable of 4K via DP and I am running Mavericks.
I found this post, but it seems to be only for 10.10+ as i do not...
Me neither, I dont like Yosemite and I am staying with mavericks until some better os will come...
And like you I want to be able to use recent hardware under Mavericks.
The problem you get is, I suppose , that the Nvidia kext you managed to install is built against some graphics headers...
As we see in the iFixit Mac Pro 2013 teardown, the low end MP uses a C602J chipset from Intel.
here the link:
the photo of the main board:
and the link to...