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ASUS Prime Z490-A, Intel Core i9-10850K, 64GB RAM, RX 5700 XT GPU

Hi sanyi83,

Have you ever succeeded to get your PCI-E WiFi/Bluetooth card to work ?
Yes, I did get my WiFi and Bluetooth working.
 
Big thanks to @Shiloh for his guide and everyone else who shared info about their builds.
My build is copy of @Shiloh’s with YOUBO WiFi/Bluetooth card in PCI-E x1 Slot 3.
Everything works like a charm.
Attached are my EFI for Monterey and Ventura.
To get build-in Ethernet to work in Ventura with my EFI, you must Enable Vt-d in BIOS.
My Ethernet Revision ID is 0x002, but somehow it works natively with Vt-d enabled in BIOS and did not require flushing to Revision 3. Maybe this problem is connected with BIOS version used. I use latest BIOS 2701.
Link: https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/...os-ventura-windows-11-pro.319423/post-2366682
If your Video Card is different than Radeon Pulse RX 5700 XT, you may need to remove SSDT-X16_1-GPU.aml from ACPI folder.
 

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Hello everyone,
I want to ask I am considering to buy an AMD RH 5700 its not XT.
Do you know if the card native native support? For example in Mac OS 11,12 or 13.
 
Hey Everyone, I'm debating swapping out my 10900k out for an 11900k as I think that I will get a little better performance in after effects with the faster single core speeds. Would it be as simple as swapping them out and making sure that the iGPU is disabled? I have a Radeon VII and 6900xt for graphics, so I really don't need the iGPU.
 
Hey Everyone, I'm debating swapping out my 10900k out for an 11900k as I think that I will get a little better performance in after effects with the faster single core speeds. Would it be as simple as swapping them out and making sure that the iGPU is disabled? I have a Radeon VII and 6900xt for graphics, so I really don't need the iGPU.
If everything about them are the same it shouldn't be a problem. How much RAM are you using with After Effects?
 
Hey Everyone, I'm debating swapping out my 10900k out for an 11900k as I think that I will get a little better performance in after effects with the faster single core speeds. Would it be as simple as swapping them out and making sure that the iGPU is disabled? I have a Radeon VII and 6900xt for graphics, so I really don't need the iGPU.
@roboman01 @maniamax36 Unfortunately they are NOT the same chips. Yes but you will need to do five things to get it to work. First is add the following to Kernel > Emulate to enable the cpu:

CPUID1Data: 55060A00 00000000 00000000 00000000
CPUID1Mask: FFFFFFFF 00000000 00000000 00000000

Second, add this to the IGPU section:

Screenshot 2023-09-18 at 11.01.13 AM.png


Next, add this for your GPU:

Screenshot 2023-09-18 at 11.01.43 AM.png


Then, add RestrictEvents.kext to the Kernel. This will help enable all the cores to be used by the system.

Lastly add agdpmod=pikera to your NVRAM boot-arg to initialise the GPU.
 
@roboman01 @maniamax36 Unfortunately they are NOT the same chips. Yes but you will need to do five things to get it to work. First is add the following to Kernel > Emulate to enable the cpu:

CPUID1Data: 55060A00 00000000 00000000 00000000
CPUID1Mask: FFFFFFFF 00000000 00000000 00000000

Second, add this to the IGPU section:

View attachment 571607

Next, add this for your GPU:

View attachment 571608

Then, add RestrictEvents.kext to the Kernel. This will help enable all the cores to be used by the system.

Lastly add agdpmod=pikera to your NVRAM boot-arg to initialise the GPU.
Thanks for all the tips! In the end, I decided to stick with my 10900k. I'll do another build sometime in the future...
 
Big thanks to @Shiloh for his guide and everyone else who shared info about their builds.
My build is copy of @Shiloh’s with YOUBO WiFi/Bluetooth card in PCI-E x1 Slot 3.
Everything works like a charm.
Attached are my EFI for Monterey and Ventura.
To get build-in Ethernet to work in Ventura with my EFI, you must Enable Vt-d in BIOS.
My Ethernet Revision ID is 0x002, but somehow it works natively with Vt-d enabled in BIOS and did not require flushing to Revision 3. Maybe this problem is connected with BIOS version used. I use latest BIOS 2701.
Link: https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/...os-ventura-windows-11-pro.319423/post-2366682
If your Video Card is different than Radeon Pulse RX 5700 XT, you may need to remove SSDT-X16_1-GPU.aml from ACPI folder.
I was having issues since I upgrade the BIOS, with https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/...-rx-6600-macos-ventura-windows-11-pro.319423/ With 2701, the computer would reboot after login, or in the login screen.

Swap to this with changes, and everything works smoothly even Sonoma, but Sleep is not working properly.

VT-d enabled, I need to try with SR-IOV too.

So far, working again.
 
Anyone have any issues with upgrading to Sonoma?
 
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