- Apr 1, 2018
- Asus x299 encore
- Radeon 470D
- Mobile Phone
I grab the log before the process bar.
I grab the log before the process bar. The PC will restart later this process.Try this EFI as is first.
You're missing TSCAdjustReset (I adjusted it for your 14 core CPU). Not sure why your Shaka.kext has USB info for both iMacPro1,1 and MacPro7,1. Also your custom memory is wrong since x299 only has 8 ram slots. I just used my EFI and removed some custom stuff specific to my build.
You can reset nvram from the OpenCore bootscreen. Installs always reboot a few times. Though I'd double check when it reboots to make sure it's booting from the right volume on the OpenCore screen. I didn't have problems installing but updating to 11.1 beta resulted in it freezing on a black screen so I had to hard reboot the computer. Also double check '-v' boot-arg is still there. I may have left it out since I just copied my EFI
It's works now. But when I modify BIOS 'DRAM Frequency', The PC boot failed, need reboot again. Besides, the memory dont match my PC.You can reset nvram from the OpenCore bootscreen. Installs always reboot a few times. Though I'd double check when it reboots to make sure it's booting from the right volume on the OpenCore screen. I didn't have problems installing but updating to 11.1 beta resulted in it freezing on a black screen so I had to hard reboot the computer.
Also double check '-v' boot-arg is still there. I may have left it out since I just copied my EFI
Hey I saw we had the same motherboard and I was wondering if you ever figured out usb mapping... I cant seem to get the installer to recoginze my usb slots and its not like I can make a kext either considering I can't get past the install screen haha. Is there anyway you could upload what you used to get usbs working?Thanks
Do you think this is due to RadeonBoost? If so, it would be one of a few examples of real world benefits....
I'm doing a test stream on Twitch running 2 instances of OBS using hardware accelerated encoding ... both OBS's are recording (one is streaming and recording, the other is screen recording a browser window of the stream) using the GPU, no dropped frames outputting at 1080/60fps at 8500kbit video / 192kbit audio. My temps are sitting around 50 degrees on the Vega 64 GPU and the computer is using just under 14% usage (with a lot of other apps running), with 3 monitors attached. No hangs, no crashes after about 45 minutes. And Final Cut is WAY faster now I've noticed already.
If macOS and the bootloader (Clover or OpenCore) are installed on the SATA SSD, then CCC is still my recommended app for cloning the SATA SSD to a new 8TB NVMe SSD. Just format the 8TB NVMe SSD ahead of time as follows:...
The next step is going to be migrating my SATA SSD to an 8 TB NVME in the next few months and finding a safe way to do this without losing my setup. I use CCC and it's been great for keeping a clone of the drive, and has saved my life a few times. So I guess my question is, is this still the safe way to migrate to the new drive?
Fortunately, no changes to EFI are needed! Just clone and go...Do I need to do any EFI changes or anything I need to know about the BIOS before I plunge into this?