- May 29, 2013
- Mac Studio - Mac13,1
- M1 Max
- 32 Core
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
I am trying to get my Gigabyte Thunderbolt 3 card working with my Hackintosh.
In the EFI I enabled the SSDT-Z390-RP05-SLOT4-TB3HP.aml and USBPorts-with-Power.kext. All vanilla files as supplied by @pastrychef
In the bios I setup the card as detailed in the first post including no authentication. This is also reported by the windows tool. In windows there is no issue at all. I can see the Thunderbolt NIC that is connected to the card as well as USB-C devices. The thunderbolt NIC is plugged in at boot and I can see it reported on the startup screen.
Both are working fine so this is a hardware problem with my MacOS setup.
Hackintool is showing the Thunderbolt card and the Thunderbolt NIC under PCIe, very similar to my Macbook.
I can also see the XHC5 under USB but for some reason SSP1 and SSP2 as defined in the kext do not appear
The Thunderbolt NIC is not appearing in my Network config and I can not add the NIC either. If I plugin USB-C devices it also does not appear.
Any idea what I am missing to get the card working on MacOS?
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It's been a long time since I messed with Thunderbolt on this motherboard... When I still had it, I connected an OWC Thunderbolt to 10GBase-T NIC and it worked OOTB albeit with sleep broken.
Are you sure your NIC is Mac compatible? Hackintool is reporting it as a Broadcom NIC. I don't know if macOS has drivers for that.
As for USB-C, is your device a true USB 3.2 Gen 2 10gbps device? I did not configure it to be compatible with USB 2 or USB 3 devices because I hit the macOS 15 port limit, but it should work fine with true USB 3.2 Gen 2 10gbps devices.