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Gigabyte Z490 Vision D (Thunderbolt 3) + i5-10400 + AMD RX 580

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@CaseySJ I'm experiencing the following issues with my Youbo WiFi/BT card:
  1. After a few sleep & wakes and especially after long ones, I cannot toggle BT anymore. BT still works fine, but if I turn it OFF, I cannot turn it back ON.
  2. Apple Watch Unlock doesn't seem to work after sleep & wake because it seems like WiFi/BT doesn't wake up as fast as the machine. If I wait a few seconds, then hit Esc twice, the unlock works just fine.
Have you or anyone faced similar issues? I know they're "first world problems" in the world of Hackintosh, so I'm just curious :)
 
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The Z490 Vision D does not support PCIe 4.0 with Comet Lake-S processors. However, it will support PCIe 4.0 with the upcoming Rocket Lake-S processors around February or March of 2021.

Meanwhile, my Gigabyte B550 Vision D Hackintosh running AMD Ryzen already supports PCIe 4.0. Hence:
View attachment 496433

I'm waiting for the Rocket 4 Plus to come out and see how people do on Hackintosh with those. Also assuming the E18 controller is Hackintosh friendly like the E16 in the current Rocket 4.
 
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You are using a USB-C to DisplayPort cable (not Thunderbolt 3 to DisplayPort). Thunderbolt cables have a lightning logo on them, like this:
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Nevertheless, please do the following:
  • Download IORegistryExplorer from here.
  • Run IORegistryExplorer and select File --> Save As..., then post the saved file.
Thank you.
The saved file is attached.
I think the HDMI to HDMI cable should have the audio. If the HDMI to HDMI cable can fix the audio output issue, the USB-C to DP cable will also fix the issue.
 

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So, quick update.

The Fenvi BT/Wifi card arrived today. Sleep worked as soon as I installed it. Have now done a fresh install, starting from scratch with an iMAC 20,2 SMBIOS and then upgraded to Big Sur. All appears to be working ok now, happy days! There was a funny issue to start with where web pages were taking an age to load but a restart seems to have fixed it.

Thanks to everyone for all the help.
i have the same card:fenvi t919. But i have some strange issues:
1)fresh install catalina(10.15.7)
2)logi mx master bt mouse, the mouse pointer move unsteadily.
3)occasionally bluetooth not avaiable and mac system crash to reboot
4)sleep work:monitor, fans all stop. But after several hours, it will wake automatically. And monitor, fans all work for a few minutes. Then monitor show black screen and fans still work.
 
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Hi guys, after 2 weeks running myself ragged, I finally got my machine built (the problems I was having were twofold, one I didnt know that since the Z490 motherboard doesnt have its own power switch I had to short the power pins, and two I getting the power to the power supply from a dodgy power strip that wasnt doing the job.)

Anyway now that I have the machine up I still have three problems:
1. the USB 3.1 and 3.1 ports on top next to the power dont work.
2. when I do the installation verificattion check, I'm missing several things:
No bluetooth listed at all
the PCI section lists no thunderbolt controller at all
3. I have the problem other listed, the computer will wake from sleep after a few seconds.
 

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@CaseySJ I'm experiencing the following issues with my Youbo WiFi/BT card:
  1. After a few sleep & wakes and especially after long ones, I cannot toggle BT anymore. BT still works fine, but if I turn it OFF, I cannot turn it back ON.
  2. Apple Watch Unlock doesn't seem to work after sleep & wake because it seems like WiFi/BT doesn't wake up as fast as the machine. If I wait a few seconds, then hit Esc twice, the unlock works just fine.
Have you or anyone faced similar issues? I know they're "first world problems" in the world of Hackintosh, so I'm just curious :)
This is actually common behavior that we get accustomed to after a while. Some of these issues affect real Macs as well.
 

CaseySJ

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Hi guys, after 2 weeks running myself ragged, I finally got my machine built (the problems I was having were twofold, one I didnt know that since the Z490 motherboard doesnt have its own power switch I had to short the power pins, and two I getting the power to the power supply from a dodgy power strip that wasnt doing the job.)

Anyway now that I have the machine up I still have three problems:
1. the USB 3.1 and 3.1 ports on top next to the power dont work.
2. when I do the installation verificattion check, I'm missing several things:
No bluetooth listed at all
the PCI section lists no thunderbolt controller at all
3. I have the problem other listed, the computer will wake from sleep after a few seconds.
Regarding the 3 questions:
  1. Have you connected the USB 3 header cable from the case to F_U32 header on the motherboard?
  2. Two parts:
    • Have you connected the USB header cable from Fenvi WiFi/BT card to F_USB1 or F_USB2 on the motherboard?
    • Regarding Thunderbolt, have you configured BIOS parameters correctly?
  3. What devices are connected to the internal USB 2.0 headers F_USB1 and F_USB2?
 

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thank you.
the saved file is attached.
i think the hdmi to hdmi cable should have the audio. If the hdmi to hdmi cable can fix the audio output issue, the usb-c to dp cable will also fix the issue.
Looks like your Thunderbolt controller has been flashed. Good job! However, the Thunderbolt SSDT (SSDT-TB3HP.aml) seems to have some problem. Please replace it with attached V2 and (a) uncheck existing one in ACPI section of OpenCore Configurator, and (b) add new entry for SSDT-TB3HP-V2.aml.

Regarding HDMI audio, your HDEF device configuration is exactly the same as mine. However, I'm not using the on-board iGPU to connect a monitor.

Suggestions:
  • Use an AMD GPU, even a low-cost one such as RX 570. iGPU is not recommended for connecting monitors.
  • Try "Factory Reset" on the Dell monitor using the monitor's on-board menu.
  • If you have another monitor or TV, try connecting to it just to see if it appears as a Sound Output device in System Preferences.
 

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One small issue remains. This unknown device in Windows. I can do a clean install of Windows and install all of the drivers to the point where nothing is unaccounted for in the device manager. If I boot into MacOS and let the system sleep then the next time I boot into widows this device shows up in the DM. Anyone know what it is?
 

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