- Nov 11, 2018
- Gigabyte Z490 Vision D
- RX 580
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
Hello @darkenergy2020,Hey @CaseySJ i’m moving over to intel as I need to use Waves plugin with Logic. You really helped me out with the thunderbolt SSDT for my theadripper build.
I’m planning to buy
Vision 490 D Motherboard
Intel 10900K CPU
I saw that you have your EFI in this thread. Is that literally ready to go? Everything enabled and set up for the Vision D mobo?
The EFI in this thread is ready to go. Just need to add or copy serial numbers into PlatformInfo as described in the build guide.
Yes.Am I right in thinking this will include the thunderbolt ssdt suitable for the built in thunderbolt controller?
In the BIOS configuration section of the build guide (Post 1), look for Thunderbolt Boot Support and set it to Boot Once.I will again be using my UAD Apollo thunderbolt device.
Currently using the Titan-ridge I didn’t need to flash the controller but of course I don’t have hot plug working, but the device works fine.
i wouldn’t mind being able to use hot plug but it does seem like a ball ache
It will work out of the box with the EFI folder. Just choose config-AMD-GPU.plist as described in the build guide.i will be using a 5700 xt gpu, are there many steps to do to make this run optimally?
The onboard Intel Bluetooth and WiFi functions are disabled. Simply install your Broadcom WiFi/BT card and it should be good to go. But leave the Intel CNVi module installed because it can be used by both Windows and Linux.I am using a pci express card with the BCM94360CD chip currently for WiFi and bouetooth
does your efi have the onboard Bluetooth and WiFi disabled? With my current motherboard I physically removed the WiFi 6 cards disabling the onboard Bluetooth, just trying to figure out what steps I’d need to do to use the pci express Bluetooth and WiFi card and disable the built in ones. Wondering if I would again be best off physically removing the card?
Alas, both Z490 and the upcoming Z590 are still limited to 128GB. While Z590 is the new kid on the block, there are no Hackintosh builds based on that system yet. Among the products available today, Z490 is the best motherboard for the Intel 10900K. Remember that the same Z490 can also accommodate Rocket Lake-S (Intel 11900K). However, Rocket Lake-S is limited to 8 cores/16 threads.lastly, is the vision 490 d the best motherboard for the intel 10900k or is there something better / more recommended. I have 256gb ram in my current aorus trx40 extreme and I’d like to use it with whatever motherboard I get, but the vision d only seems to support up to 128gb. But if you recommend it above all others I’ll just forego the Extra 128gb...