- Oct 18, 2020
- Gigabyte Z490 Vision G
- RX 5700 XT
My monitor has DP 1.2 and sometimes the black screen appears when my hackintosh is booting up. When that happens I have to shut down my monitor and turn it back on. That will solve the issue. Also can you get HDMI audio or DP audio out under the sound setting? My build is i9-10850K + Z490 Vision D.Switching to DP 1.1 on my monitor fixed iGPU black screen issues. Also I cannot boot with two monitors connected. I have to let macOS boot and then manually plugin in the second monitor. This is on a 10700K + Z490 Vision G.
Hi, Yes I have Windows with the driver. I have tried with Reaper and everything seems good. It's my second hack with the VRS8. The first was a Dell Optiplex (9010)(Mojave) with the PCIe card and the VRS8 work at 100%. I found a similar problem in Gearspace forum (link to the discussion):Hi, I have the same issue. I've learned to live with it. But its stressing sometimes. It seems to be completely random. I hope @CaseySJ can help us. Also I remember I fixed it somehow with my previous hackintosh (Z390 and Mojave). But, after Ii upgrade the issue was back. Like @CaseySJ said, there's not guarantee everything will work like a real mac, but it will be great to find the root of the problem. @jctmac Do you have Windows system and the Windows driver of the VRS8 installed too?
Hey guys, I was wondering if Big Sur or Catalina has Big NAVI native support yet at this point since I am getting a 6900xt reference card this weekend. If anyone got the big NAVI graphics card working, please share your experience with me. Thank you!
I tried out these voltage settings suggested in the guide and it crashes my system in Windows.
Setting the Calibration from Low to Medium keeps the system stable, but I still get self-test errors in Prime95.
I have a 10850K and this system really annoys me in Windows. I do not understand how Gigabyte can sell such a horrible default configuration.
If I leave everything at default, the system even crosses 1.4 Volts at times when under high load and gets loud. (70 Celsius)
The optimized settings suggested kept the system significantly more quiet and cooler (55-60 Celsius), but if it throws me self-test errors, I cannot use it that way.
Does anyone with a similar CPU have a suggestion for me on how to fix this issue?
probably best to post here:Re: HackinDROM
Having a bit of a problem running HackinDROM. Originally I was downloading the app and it looked like the app downloaded but when I tried to run it Mac OS said it was damaged. I now think the problem was that it was not downloading with the .zip extension and I didn't know to unzip it. Today, however, the app is downloading as a .zip file and extracts and runs.
However when running it, on the initial page, I am unable to select a motherboard. My motherboard is the Z490. There is no dropdown menu. The GPU and WiFi are correct. So I hit confirm and now I have a screen that says "Loading" but it never finishes. Activity Monitor shows "HackinDROM" running with sometimes 4, sometimes 5 threads and 0% CPU. Diskutil shows devices /dev/disk0 through /dev/disk8 some of which are synthesized. I actually have 2 hard drives one with Mac Backup and one with Windows backup, two NVMe drives, one with Mac OS X, one with Windows, and an SSD drive with Linux.
I'm running Mac OS X 11.2.3. HackinDROM says it is version 1.3.2. OpenCore 0.6.8 (I updated using your config file and OpenCoreConfigurator version 22.214.171.124 set to Official OC 0.6.8) and I've tried running it as both a non-administrative user and an administrative user. Use Activity Monitor to kill it. Not sure what to try next.
Will do. Thanks Feartech.probably best to post here:
Just Updated to 1.3.2 Enabled back Real-Time notifications that I accidentally disabled in a previous version Fixed @CaseySJ found issue related to RAID disks Fixed missing Partition name for “unconventional way” partitioned drives -> fixes @bobmeister issue Awesome! Will test 1.3.2 with the...www.tonymacx86.com