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ASUS B560M Plus wifi: Can't get IGPU to work

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Hi,

I am trying to build a new hackintosh (Big Sur 11.2.3) with the following specs

  • Motherboard: ASUS B560M Plus Wifi
  • CPU: Intel Core i7-10700
  • Nvidia 1660 Super (Disabled with whatevergreen)

I was able to successfully install Mac OS using the vesa boot flag. However, I am unable to get past black screen when trying to get graphics accelerations.

Tried the following platform id: 07009B3E and 00009B3E per recommendations from the OpenCore guide. I've tried a lot of various BusID patching with Hackintosh :

Index 1 (switching to DP), bus id tried: 5, 2 ,4 6
Index 2 (switching to HDMI), bus is tried: 4, 1,2 5

Couldn't get any port working between HDMI or DP.

Has anyone a clue? I attached my EFI.
 

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I have the Asus B560-F and a 11700K cpu and failed to get the IGPU to work, I did however try the Gigabyte Z490 EFI from Casey's Hackindrom upload on that PC with a 10700K CPU and i got display via IGPU but no graphics acceleration.
 

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You need a natively supported discrete graphics card, as the IGPU is not supported or working on the 500-Series motherboards. They are currently not fully compatible with macOS.
 
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I have the Asus B560-F and a 11700K cpu and failed to get the IGPU to work, I did however try the Gigabyte Z490 EFI from Casey's Hackindrom upload on that PC with a 10700K CPU and i got display via IGPU but no graphics acceleration.

You need a natively supported discrete graphics card, as the IGPU is not supported or working on the 500-Series motherboards. They are currently not fully compatible with macOS.

I just went ahead and tested all possible combinations:

All bus id to 0 except con0, set type to HDMI and then tested one by one busid from 1 to 6.
All bus id to 0 except con1, set type to HDMI and then tested one by one busid from 1 to 6.
All bus id to 0 except con2, set type to HDMI and then tested one by one busid from 1 to 6.
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Never got it to work....... I guess you are right.. Comet Lake UHD 630 will not work in a 500 series board

That's sad :(
 

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Apple haven't used this combination of CPU and chipset series in any of their systems. They may never use this combination or the Rocket Lake CPU with a 500-Series chipset.
 
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I just went ahead and tested all possible combinations:

All bus id to 0 except con0, set type to HDMI and then tested one by one busid from 1 to 6.
All bus id to 0 except con1, set type to HDMI and then tested one by one busid from 1 to 6.
All bus id to 0 except con2, set type to HDMI and then tested one by one busid from 1 to 6.
View attachment 525156

Never got it to work....... I guess you are right.. Comet Lake UHD 630 will not work in a 500 series board

That's sad :(
To be clear, on z590, Comet-Lake as iMac 20,2, Big Sur 11.4, the 630 iGPU works fine for the VDA Decoder (Quicksync) and requires only the most basic WEG config. (I use OpenCore).

On same I have seen a crippled single-resolution video out from 630 via DP and HDMI, but never got to a complete full iGPU config working. Is it impossible? I got stalled due to many config variables and pooped out. Having a working dGPU, it is academic to me.
 
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To be clear, on z590, Comet-Lake as iMac 20,2, Big Sur 11.4, the 630 iGPU works fine for the VDA Decoder (Quicksync) and requires only the most basic WEG config. (I use OpenCore).

On same I have seen a crippled single-resolution video out from 630 via DP and HDMI, but never got to a complete full iGPU config working. Is it impossible? I got stalled due to many config variables and pooped out. Having a working dGPU, it is academic to me.

The VDA Decoder was not working in my test with a 5700 XT dGPU and using the headless ig-platform-id. I was using however if I remember properly the iMac20,1 SMBIOS. If I had tried iMac20,2 it might have worked?
 

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Yes it might work better. But that is not a given. The recommendation is that you use the iMac20,2 SMBIOS with CPU's containing 10-cores. But your 8-core CPU may work better with the 20,2 SMBIOS.
 
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The VDA Decoder was not working in my test with a 5700 XT dGPU and using the headless ig-platform-id. I was using however if I remember properly the iMac20,1 SMBIOS. If I had tried iMac20,2 it might have worked?
hi jamesst20 the only way I could get vda decoder was by injecting 5700 device property when using iMac 20,2 SMBIOS
 

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Hi,

I am trying to build a new hackintosh (Big Sur 11.2.3) with the following specs

  • Motherboard: ASUS B560M Plus Wifi
  • CPU: Intel Core i7-10700
  • Nvidia 1660 Super (Disabled with whatevergreen)

I was able to successfully install Mac OS using the vesa boot flag. However, I am unable to get past black screen when trying to get graphics accelerations.

Tried the following platform id: 07009B3E and 00009B3E per recommendations from the OpenCore guide. I've tried a lot of various BusID patching with Hackintosh :

Index 1 (switching to DP), bus id tried: 5, 2 ,4 6
Index 2 (switching to HDMI), bus is tried: 4, 1,2 5

Couldn't get any port working between HDMI or DP.

Has anyone a clue? I attached my EFI.
I have not been able to install asus 560m-a with intel i510600k on uan board :(
 
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