- Dec 12, 2013
- Gigabyte X299X AORUS Master & DESIGNARE 10G
- i9 10900x & 10920x
- Vega 64 & radeon 580
- Mobile Phone
Sorry to hear you're having issues overclocking.I guess I can't overclock making the system unstable to log in or it might be one configuration mess everything
running 0.61 open core
I will be doing so soon. I also have the Designare and the 10980XE, planning to put it under water to see how far I can get, OC wise. I'll probably post updates here if I get the build up and running and when the OC is finished.Sorry to hear you're having issues overclocking.
Is anyone else overclocking their system? I'm just bought the Designare 10G + 10980XE and definitely hope to overclock if I can.
OK cool. I'll do the same. I got the Cooler Master ML360R MasterLiquid 360mm AIO radiator so hopefully I have some thermal headroom to get a decent all-core clock, assuming this works OK for macOS.I will be doing so soon. I also have the Designare and the 10980XE, planning to put it under water to see how far I can get, OC wise. I'll probably post updates here if I get the build up and running and when the OC is finished.
That's my current system. I'm moving from that one to a Designare X299X, same as you. I have most of the components ready but am currently waiting for a better power supply, given that an OC'd 10980XE can pull up 500 Watts by itself.Mine is the X299X Designare and I guess from your signature you have the Z390 Designare? I don't know how those differ exactly but hopefully we can get similar results.
Hi, Yes sorry my sig changes too often so a bit lazy to adjust it every time. But yes the BIOS profile can be used on X299X Aurus Master with BIOS F3d. And the EFI folder too. Also this: "rtcfx_exclude=00-FF" can be removed as I have RTCfix enabled in OpenCore same config file. The rtcfx_exclude=00-FF was just for testing to see where the part was to reset BIOS. And as without it and the BIOS profile used I did not have one time a BIOS error nor failure.
I have used this with 3 machines same board same CPU and they all work fine. It is important that when you have OSX running and all work is done to reset NVRAM from OpenCore once and then select in OSX system-prefs the OSX boot disk for booting. It will be stored in NVRAM and stay's there next time and so on. Only once and then just use your machine.