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Gigabyte B550 Vision D (Thunderbolt 3) + AMD Ryzen 7 3700X + AMD RX 5600 XT

CaseySJ

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I update the BIOS to 14c, and everything works great except sleep/wake for me.
Here's a simple experiment to try:
  • Make the changes shown below in ACPI and Kernel sections.
  • This will disable USB 2.0 ports, including the USB port used by on-board Intel WiFi/BT module.
  • Save file and reboot.
  • Check sleep/wake.
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Here's a simple experiment to try:
  • Make the changes shown below in ACPI and Kernel sections.
  • This will disable USB 2.0 ports, including the USB port used by on-board Intel WiFi/BT module.
  • Save file and reboot.
  • Check sleep/wake.

I tried it. It does not work. thanks
 

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I tried it. It does not work. thanks
That tells us that removing the Intel WiFi/BT module is not necessary because it will not make a difference.

Are you running Catalina?

Sleep did not work for me until Big Sur came along.
 
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That tells us that removing the Intel WiFi/BT module is not necessary because it will not make a difference.

Are you running Catalina?

Sleep did not work for me until Big Sur came along.
I am running Big Sur 11.5.2
 

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I am running big sure 11.5.2
Have you tried an older AMD GPU? 4xx, 5xx, or 5xxx.

Are you using a relatively recent monitor (made within last 5-6 years), an older monitor, or a TV?

In other words, look for any remaining differences between my configuration and yours.
 
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I did just one step by enabling RrstrictEvents in the config.plist and did not do any other steps and the cpu name is displayed correctly

Just enabling RestrictEvents displays the processor name as it reports from the system. If you want to change it to your own value, then you need to do the revcpuname bits.
 
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Question to all who have the Gigabyte B550 Vision D or D-P motherboard.

With Corsair 275R case in Windows and Ubuntu when the computer sleeps all the LEDs are switched off including the front panel power button LED. There is no indication to know whether the PC is in sleep or shutdown. Sometimes I don't even know whether it is switched off or sleeping. Is it the same behavior you are all having or having some LEDs indicate that the system is sleeping. If there is a indication of led that represents sleeping what should be wrong with my build. Messed up header connection to front panel from motherboard?

In hackintosh, when I try to sleep the Mac, it goes to sleep and immediately wakes up and after say 10 to 15 seconds; then it turns all the lights off ,and it goes to sleep or shuts down. I don't know. Pressing the key does not wake up. So I cant differentiate whether the USB is not responding or PSU tripped off. Pressing the power button or holding the power button for few seconds does nothing. i need to use PSU power button to switch off/on and then the front panel power button works.
 
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In hackintosh, when I try to sleep the Mac, it goes to sleep and immediately wakes up and after say 10 to 15 seconds; then it turns all the lights off ,and it goes to sleep or shuts down. I don't know. Pressing the key does not wake up. So I cant differentiate whether the USB is not responding or PSU tripped off. Pressing the power button or holding the power button for few seconds does nothing. i need to use PSU power button to switch off/on and then the front panel power button works.
@rbmanian75

I have a Gigabyte B550, but not your case. When I sleep the hack running macOS, my display immediately goes black with loss of video, and after about 10-15 seconds the board sleeps with all lights off and the mouse light goes off. There is no way to differentiate sleep vs. shutdown. Pressing any keyboard key, clicking the mouse, or pressing the case power button wakes the hackintosh.

This is what happens with my other hackintoshes as well.
 

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@rbmanian75

I have a Gigabyte B550, but not your case. When I sleep the hack running macOS, my display immediately goes black with loss of video, and after about 10-15 seconds the board sleeps with all lights off and the mouse light goes off. There is no way to differentiate sleep vs. shutdown. Pressing any keyboard key, clicking the mouse, or pressing the case power button wakes the hackintosh.

This is what happens with my other hackintoshes as well.
One of the nice things about RGB RAM is that they stay lit up during sleep, which is to be expected because memory modules must remain powered on. The difference between sleep and hibernation is that contents of memory are cached to disk during hibernation, and hence memory is powered off.
 
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