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  1. kostrovoy

    [Success] Asus P9X79 Pro (Sandy Bridge-E) — Big Sur with OpenCore

    There are some mistakes: https://opencore.slowgeek.com/?file=sandybridge0666qXocF&rs=sandybridge066 I have not done power management yet. Try to configure according to the instruction: https://dortania.github.io/OpenCore-Post-Install/universal/pm.html#sandy-and-ivy-bridge-power-management
  2. kostrovoy

    ASUS P9X79 PRO - I7-3970 + THUNDERBOLT + OpenCore

    I use now 0.6.9 version with the same configuration - it works fine.
  3. kostrovoy

    [Success] Asus P9X79 Pro (Sandy Bridge-E) — Big Sur with OpenCore

    I just updated the files in my EFI to OpenCore 0.6.9, the system works fine as well :|
  4. kostrovoy

    ASUS P9X79 PRO - I7-3970 + THUNDERBOLT + OpenCore

    Your .plist is wrong: https://opencore.slowgeek.com/?file=sandybridge066i2FG3q&rs=sandybridge066
  5. kostrovoy

    [Success] Asus P9X79 Pro (Sandy Bridge-E) — Big Sur with OpenCore

    Your config.plist is wrong: https://opencore.slowgeek.com/?file=sandybridge066IIFGKg&rs=sandybridge066
  6. kostrovoy

    [Success] Asus P9X79 Pro (Sandy Bridge-E) — Big Sur with OpenCore

    Attach a list of your .kext files here.
  7. kostrovoy

    [Success] Asus P9X79 Pro (Sandy Bridge-E) — Big Sur with OpenCore

    My currently version OC is 0.6.6. There is probably no difference between Sandy and Ivy. The installation instructions are the same: https://dortania.github.io/OpenCore-Install-Guide/config-HEDT/ivy-bridge-e.html
  8. kostrovoy

    [Success] Asus P9X79 Pro (Sandy Bridge-E) — Big Sur with OpenCore

    I attached the archive to the first post. The archive does not have information about the serial number of the device. You need to generate it yourself: https://dortania.github.io/OpenCore-Install-Guide/config-HEDT/ivy-bridge-e.html#platforminfo
  9. kostrovoy

    Asus X99 Rampage Big Sur 11.0.1 running smoothly with Opencore 0.6.3

    Of course. In this case, the new disk will be visible in Clover menu.
  10. kostrovoy

    [Success] Asus P9X79 Pro (Sandy Bridge-E) — Big Sur with OpenCore

    A note to the forgetful one: I used the instructions for Sandy Bridge-E, since there are significant differences from Sandy Bridge Gathering files are also different from Sandy Bridge I completely went through all the instructions myself, collected the config and files, but I had a black...
  11. kostrovoy

    Disabling CSM | Opencore | No Boot Picker, No Verbose

    The interface is definitely better than Catalina and previous versions. I can't say anything about performance, but it's interesting to compare. Attached screenshots from Geekbench 5, can be compared with your tests - we have the same hardware.
  12. kostrovoy

    [Success] Asus P9X79 Pro (Sandy Bridge-E) — Big Sur with OpenCore

    — Config optimized — Unnecessary kexts removed
  13. kostrovoy

    [Success] Asus P9X79 Pro (Sandy Bridge-E) — Big Sur with OpenCore

    — Voodoo's kexts removed — SSDT-UNC updated
  14. kostrovoy

    [Success] Asus P9X79 Pro (Sandy Bridge-E) — Big Sur with OpenCore

    AppleIntelE1000e.kext replaced on IntelMausi.kext Network write speed increased by 30%
  15. kostrovoy

    [Success] Asus P9X79 Pro (Sandy Bridge-E) — Big Sur with OpenCore

    I installed Big Sur on my old lady. Geekbench 5: Updated the first post
  16. kostrovoy

    Disabling CSM | Opencore | No Boot Picker, No Verbose

    Thanks for the answer. I installed Big Sur yesterday - I liked the new OS. My thread: https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/asus-p9x79-pro-sandy-bridge-e-big-sur-with-opencore-0-6-6.310345/
  17. kostrovoy

    Disabling CSM | Opencore | No Boot Picker, No Verbose

    I have exactly the same build. I also see a black screen before installation. Have you connected the monitor through DVI? Have you tried installing Big Sur?
  18. kostrovoy

    [Success] Asus P9X79 Pro (Sandy Bridge-E) — Big Sur with OpenCore

    My decrepit old lady: CPU Type: QuadCore Intel Core i7-3820, 3600 MHz (36 x 100) Motherboard Name: Asus P9X79 Pro (2 PCI-E x1, 4 PCI-E x16, 8 DDR3 DIMM, Audio, Gigabit LAN) Motherboard Chipset: Intel Patsburg X79, Intel Sandy Bridge-E System Memory: 32704 MB (DDR3 SDRAM) Video Adapter: Radeon...
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