- Oct 18, 2020
- Asus ProArt Z690 Creator
- RX 6900 XT
That would require having a Z790 ProArt to check the little differences first hand. @CaseySJ has many systems, but he cannot own and maintain all possible or desirable systems…
You read my mind!
Apple puPmCfgLock. I also added an
npci=0x2000boot arg, and lowered my RAM to 4800MHz for good measure.
ProvideCpuInfois definitely still required. I read (link) that it wasn’t necessary, but my system would KP without it, unless I disabled the E-Cores.
Hello @Rag,Good morning @CaseySJ
Would you have a simple solution to activate the usb ports hs3 hs4 hs5 and hs6?
They are the only doors that I have never been able to use until today.
I use Hackidrom and generate my EFI automatically through it, everything works except these ports.
Is this a new Asus ProArt Z690-Creator system? Or a different board?
That link points to a very early version of OpenCore. Today, ProvideCurrentCpuInfo is needed for all Intel CPUs with mixed cores.
I had this problem on my Z390 Designare a couple of months ago. One of my DIMMs was bad. I had an extra set lying around so I was able to swap a new pair of DIMMs and the problem went away....
I haven’t had any success upgrading to Monterey or Ventura — I keep getting an “installer damaged” error.
We can use Radeon RX 6600, 6650 (may need device spoofing), 6800, 6900, 6950 (may need device spoofing).
This is for the z790 ProArt CreatorArt Z690-Creator system? Or a different board?
Oh boy, I hope it's something else. Fingers crossed!I had this problem on my Z390 Designare a couple of months ago. One of my DIMMs was bad. I had an extra set lying around so I was able to swap a new pair of DIMMs and the problem went away.