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12.5 popped up today. Safe to do? System has been flawless for months. Still on opencore 0.7.7 too. Should I update that too?
 

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12.5 popped up today. Safe to do? System has been flawless for months. Still on opencore 0.7.7 too. Should I update that too?
Yes and Yes. Updgrade kexts and OC, then update to 12.5.

 

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**
Procedure to enable Intel i225-V Ethernet port in macOS Monterey and Ventura has been revised.
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Hi all:
Just completed my Z490 Vision D build last week (10700, iGPU, F5 BIOS, newest OC install with Big Sur) and everything works great and fast with Cinebench 23 multicore score at 12650 (haven't tried TB yet since I don't have any devices) until I put in a Nvidia 2080ti (for Win 11) in the second slot (Noctua cooler blocks first slot but keeps temp <64). Even trying the -wegnoegpu boot flag the system doesn't even get to the splash screen. I saw that Casey posted a SSDT for unsupported GPUs in the first slot. Is there a way to modify the first slot SSDT or does anyone have a SSDT for the second slot? Thanks.
 

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Hi all:
Just completed my Z490 Vision D build last week (10700, iGPU, F5 BIOS, newest OC install with Big Sur) and everything works great and fast with Cinebench 23 multicore score at 12650 (haven't tried TB yet since I don't have any devices) until I put in a Nvidia 2080ti (for Win 11) in the second slot (Noctua cooler blocks first slot but keeps temp <64). Even trying the -wegnoegpu boot flag the system doesn't even get to the splash screen. I saw that Casey posted a SSDT for unsupported GPUs in the first slot. Is there a way to modify the first slot SSDT or does anyone have a SSDT for the second slot? Thanks.
The last two SSDTs at the very end of below post are for disabling a GPU either in Slot 1 or Slot 2. Please try the appropriate version. If problem persists, let us know.
 

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** OpenCore 0.8.3 Mini-Guide **
Gigabyte Z490 Vision D and Gigabyte Z490 Vision G (not D)

Please do not quote this guide in its entirety. Post a link or excerpt instead.

Updated 11 Aug 2022 for OpenCore 0.8.3 Release Version​


macOS version supported:
  • Mojave, Catalina, Big Sur, Monterey, Ventura
Install Options:
  • The HackinDROM application can be used to install these EFI folders.
  • It is also possible to install the folders manually.
Manual Installation Procedure:
  • Use OpenCore Configurator 2.62.0.0 and set its preferences to 0.8.3 Release Version
  • Caution: When using OpenCore Configurator, ensure that only one EFI partition is mounted
  • Download the appropriate ZIP file attached below and make these changes to config.plist:
Inside the EFI/OC folder please choose one of these files and rename or copy it to config.plist:
  • config-AMD-GPU.plist
    • Choose this is you have an AMD GPU in the system
  • config-Intel-iGPU.plist
    • Choose this if you'd like to enable video output from the rear IO ports (Thunderbolt Ports 1 and 2, and HDMI port)
    • Even if you have AMD GPU, this file can be used
    • However, it's generally better to disable video output from iGPU if an AMD GPU is present, so config-AMD-GPU.plist would be preferred
  • After choosing one of these files and renaming or copying it to config.plist, edit the config.plist as shown:
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Warning:
  • If using Radeon VII or Vega GPUs, remove boot argument "agdpmod=pikera"
  • SSDT-USBW.aml and USBWakeFixup.kext are disabled by default to prevent Bluetooth fault on wake from sleep
  • Please pick the right EFI folder:
    • Z490 Vision D --> OC-083-Z490-VISION-D.zip
    • Z490 Vision G --> EFI-083-VISION-G-NOT-D.zip
 

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"Off remark": I noticed a very annoying bug with Ventura.
When you try to copy an EFI on a USB key for testing purpose, it often says that the copy is impossible because "not enough space" (trashes emptied already).
This must be done under Monterey to work properly.
 
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** OpenCore 0.8.3 PRE-RELEASE Mini-Guide **
Gigabyte Z490 Vision D
Just for the purpose of training I decided to create a USB key using HackinDROM apps.
Following the instruction and end up with the "famous :) EFI 0.78 from @CaseySJ with Intel Wifi configuration.
Then I decided to update to the latest version currently available, with the update function of HackINDROM.
However this does not work on Ventura as Ventura AirportItlwm is missing in my EFI.
Did I do something wrong or missed something?
Thanks again for your support as always...
 

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** OpenCore 0.8.3 PRE-RELEASE Mini-Guide **
Gigabyte Z490 Vision D
Just for the purpose of training I decided to create a USB key using HackinDROM apps.
Following the instruction and end up with the "famous :) EFI 0.78 from @CaseySJ with Intel Wifi configuration.
Then I decided to update to the latest version currently available, with the update function of HackINDROM.
However this does not work on Ventura as Ventura AirportItlwm is missing in my EFI.
Did I do something wrong or missed something?
Thanks again for your support as always...
Oh yes, we need to download and install the Ventura version of AirportItlwm. Some folks have reported problems with the Ventura driver.

Alas, my advice continues to be the same: We should use a Broadcom WiFi/BT module for best results.
 
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