@jjsenecal Nice setup! I started dipping into Unifi last year with an AP and a switch, and was considering a UDM to replace the old Time Capsule (bye old friend, it's been great but it's time to part ways). But many features still missing in the the Unifi controller and too many reports of users...
Curious! I recently swapped the other way and have the opposite experience. Ran a new Geekbench 5 Metal test just now and the result increased by quite a bit. Got around 74k on iMacPro1,1 and now around 82k.
Got TV app working with defaults write com.apple.AppleGVA gvaForceAMDKE -boolean yes but no luck with Netflix and Amazon in Safari. Not a big deal since I rarely watch anything on this machine, but would prefer if I could get everything working
No sorry I wasn’t clear, I meant I booted my regular system with 19,1. Which meant having to log in again on iCloud and other accounts.
But when I said everything works I seem to have spoken too soon. Now DRM seems broken in Safari and the TV app :-/
Awesome work on the Apple VTD front everyone! I tried following the instructions from CaseySJ but still came back to no working ethernet or wifi, despite AppleVTD and DMAC available in IOReg. On a whim I tried switching from iMacPro1,1 to iMac19,1 on a spare drive to see if that could be the...
I'm not Casey but there's a page about this exact topic in the OC guide: https://dortania.github.io/OpenCore-Install-Guide/extras/spoof.html
Basically you find the pcie path of the Nvidia card, then modify the dsdt entry from the example, compile it with MaciASL and add it to OC.
Replying to myself here but as expected/hoped, Intel ME is available in Device Manager and the health check app now says my computer supports Windows 11.
I'm just gonna stick to official F9i for now :lol:
@CaseySJ Update on my PTT situation. I tried flashing official F9i through Qflash but it said invalid file, tried both the one in this thread and the one from Softpedia. Then I booted Windows directly (not through OC), installed Gigabyte bios updater and that was able to do it. Since it worked I...
That's what happened the first time. Or actually I booted Windows and it still said there's no TPM. MacOS is unaffected as expected. If I change the setting from disabled to enabled and save and exit setup it restarts, rechecks all the ram (takes a little while with 64 GB), then if I enter bios...
That's what I did when it didn't work after trying a couple of times with a cold boot inbetween. I reset CMOS, loaded optimized defaults, restarted once then tried setting it to enabled without doing any of the hackintosh related changes.
Not to be a bother but did you have a chance to try activating PTT @CaseySJ? I tried resetting CMOS and enabling PTT before touching any bios settings but it still comes back disabled. Wondering if there could be a problem with my 9900K, or if it's somehow still related to my bios screwup (seems...
I'm embarrassed to say I can't tell whether it's native or not :angel: It's Corsair CMK32GX4M2B3000C15. I'm guessing not native since it defaults to 2133 without XMP.
Edit: Checked the link @Inqnuam shared, it's 2133 native and verified supported for all four slots.
Not sure if this VT-d business is only for those with modified TB firmware, but tried anyway. No WiFi/Ethernet for me with:
DisableIOMapper off and dart=0 removed.
VT-d enabled in bios.
4x16GB ram @2666 MHz (can't do 3000 because usb disks get ejected during sleep).
For fun I tried without...
I've tried enabling PTT to check if it says I meet the Win 11 reqs but after reboot it just comes back still disabled. Tried several times. Other bios settings stick just fine. Modified F9i. @CaseySJ are you able to enable it? I haven't touched the bios since flashing with the bios you provided.
Mine's still under warranty, and I could've had it repaired, but that could take weeks. Also no Z390 Designare in stock anywhere near, and this board is so good for hackintoshing. Just so relieved today to wake up and see the computer peacefully asleep, but happy to wake up and start working. :D