alpine ridge

  1. PoppaPenguin

    Solved > UAD Audio Interfaces + Alpine Ridge TB3

    I have the build in my profile which I built in July 2017, and have recently purchased an Alpine Ridge TB3 card running on a Gigabyte Z170x Gaming 5 to upgrade Thunderbolt 3 connectivity for various TB2 / USB 3.0 hubs and daisy-chained UAD audio interfaces (Apollo x8P TB3 / Apollo Twin Quad TB2...
  2. djfono

    Gigabyte H270-Gaming 3 & GC-Alpine Ridge Thunderbolt AIC

    Hello Hackintoshers, :wave: After about a week of building and troubleshooting, I managed to get my first Dual-boot Hackintosh set up with Mojave & Windows 10. Now I am trying to set up the Alpine Ridge Thunderbolt 3 add-in card for Thunderbolt support. My goal is to have an Audio Production...
  3. luckyal

    Installing GC-Alpine Ridge Thunderbolt 3 card in Asus Maximus Hero 9

    I’m hoping to get some help from the many experts on this forum to see if I can get this Thunderbolt 3 card to work. My build is based on this Golden build by @JCMunson with a lot of follow up help from @P1LGRIM @pastrychef @RehabMan and @Stork who was instrumental in helping me with the RX580...
  4. Slickademo

    Thunderbolt Driver ?

    I finally got my new Hackintosh up and running smoothly for the most part. I use it for audio production. I needed to upgrade to a Thunderbolt setup to reduce latency etc. I know there's a lot of similar builds so I am hoping someone is able to help. I am running a Gigabyte Z370 Gaming 7 with...
  5. psymbionic

    AppleUSBHostController - Kernel Panic after Installing PCIe Device

    Hey all, I have a pretty stable x99 build, but recently my Thunderboltex3 started ****ing up (more than usual). This started when I installed a new NVMe drive into a PCIe slot. After a bunch of trouble shooting, I bought an Alpine Ridge card which seems to work, but came with a new set issues...
  6. LeleTuratti

    [In progress] SSDT for Thunderbolt 3 Hotplug

    Overview The Thunderbolt hotplug is a problem that has existed for many years, and until now the only way to have working TB devices is to connect them and turn them on before boot. Finally after a long time some progress has been made. This is not a guide! But a starting point for further...
  7. LeleTuratti

    Thunderbolt 3 HOTSWAP work (Finally?)

    Ok, here we are! After a long search I found something interesting and... a possible way to have Thunderbolt hotswap working! I start this thread with the hope that finally we can create a definitive guide (or almost) to enable the thunderbolt hot swap. If it works, it would be a turning point...
  8. Vikbl4ckowlz

    Universal audio thunderbolt/thunderbolt screen

    Hello, I am pretty new in hackintosh but I want to share my setup with you : Gigabyte z270 Gaming K3 Intelcore I7700k Zotac gtx 1050 mini 2gb Samsung 960 EVO M.2 500 Go Corsair Vengeance LED White DDR4 2 x 16 Go 2666 MHz CAS 16 Noctua NH-U12S Seasonic M12II Evo - 520W Fractal Design Define R6...
  9. ariein

    GA-z270MX Gaming 5 and GC-Alpine Ridge Thunderbolt 3

    Hi there I've successfully built my first hackintosh running Sierra 10.12.5. I've added an GC-Alpine Ridge Thunderbolt 3 add-on card in pic slot 4 and can't get OS X to recognize it. Through windows 10 I've updated the FW on that card and have the latest bios (F4) for the MB. After browsing...
  10. carlossless

    GC-ALPINE RIDGE in hands

    Hi guys, So after continuos searching and waiting and searching and waiting... I finally got the GC-ALPINE RIDGE in my hands. I'm still waiting for my TB3 to TB2 dongles, but will keep this thread updated once I get them and test with my macOS setup. Also, I assume everyone wants to know...
  11. pigubaoza

    Gigabyte GC-ALPINE RIDGE

    Hi all, I am looking for a future proof portable motherboard with Thunderbolt 3 (to use in Windows, and hopefully OSX once Apple supports it), but really in need of getting the rig as soon as possible. I've taken a look at the Gigabyte-Z170X-UD5 TH, but it is ATX, and I would really prefer...
  12. beelzebozo

    Intel’s 40 Gbps “Alpine Ridge” Thunderbolt Coming in 2015

    Tech Powerup revealed that Intel's next-gen Thunderbolt technology named "Alpine Ridge" will pack a punch when it comes to versatility, if the specs remain unchanged. It will launch sometime in 2015 along with Intel's Core "Skylake" CPUs. Thunderbolt 2 currently supports up to 20 Gbps of...