- Feb 8, 2018
Too low according to those previous posts about Geekbench5 score.According to the above, this is rather strange.
It turns out that the GIGABYTE Radeon RX 5700 XT GAMING OC is about 15-20% more powerful than the SAPPHIRE AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT, although in reality this should not be. They should differ only in cooling efficiency and all.
According to, this is rather strange.
It turns out that the GIGABYTE Radeon RX 5700 XT GAMING OC is about 15-20% more powerful than the SAPPHIRE AMD Radeon RX 5700XT, although in reality this should not be. They should differ only in cooling efficiency and all.
You're right, sorry. I've always associated pointer trails with the lack of acceleration. But they are not the same thing. A little knowledge getting me into trouble for lack of more!
I edited my original post to remove the erroneous claim.
Running the public beta, it shows: Radeon RX 5700 XT, 8 GB, 3840x2160. Still only finding one monitor, but that's fine. My next task is to attack the non-working WiFi.
I did all that, know when i choose to boot from Catalina the Apple logo appears (black screen before), and, when the bar reaches 60%, the black screen appears again...
Oh! I cannot boot using Intel GPU anymore because of weg. I can only boot using the flash drive.
Has anyone managed to perform any HEVC encoding? I've got TB's of 4k and 8k footage I need to archive, and supposedly these 5700's are monsters for this(EpoxVox 5700XT Encoding). Last I checked, ffmpeg macOS builds weren't especially optimized. On legit Mac hardware it's handled by the T2 chip, and it's very fast, but the quality and compression ratio is poor.
Thank you for your help. I will try formatting again but with the GPU inside now..This is what I had earlier - you will probably find you can VNC into the machine and it's booted correctly, but hasn't enabled the screen.
For me, I did a few things to resolve this:
- I checked through my system to remove any old kexts that shouldn't have been there (they're only injected by Clover now);
- I updated my Clover to the latest;
- I validated I wasn't injecting edids or anything else;
- I'd got a DSDT.aml in my config which I don't seem to need anymore, removed this;
- Booted with Lilu + WhateverGreen and configured "agdpmod=pikera" as boot options;
- Disabled iGFX in the BIOS
- Set BIOS to have PCIe port as "boot priority"; and
- I did not need to disable CSM in the BIOS.
As Macak said, I'm using the "far right" display port when viewing the card from the rear. Both it and the (single) HDMI port work fine. The remaining two DisplayPorts (far left, when viewed from rear) do not appear to function yet.
I have no idea how to validate if HEVC encoding is working, how would I test this?