- Nov 2, 2018
- HP 8300 - 3.08
- i5-3470, i5-3570, i5-3570K
- RX 560, RX 570, GT730
- Classic Mac
You could use Hackintool to generate a property list for your PCIe devices, which includes your RX 580Hmm, I don't recall having defined the properties anywhere per se for this card. I thought it was essentially native and don't believe I put any properties anywhere, nor recall seeing anything that indicates to do so.
I know there's no SSDT definition (I generated a new SSDT as per above, but had problems and ended up having better success using @trs96's i7-3770 SSDT from the bottom of the first post here.)
I also don't have anything in my config.plist for Graphics, Devices, or elsewhere... Where are instructions regarding defining RX 580 properties?
card. It will give you the Device Properties to include for the RX 580, which would include the model
of your card, and its internal address. You can export the generated list of properties, and incorporate
one or more of them in the Device Properties of your existing config.plist. I've never seen Whatevergreen
confuse a AMD Radeon card for an Nvidia card without a definition, but you can be explicit and tell it what
GPU you have. If you reboot and then go to About this Mac -> System Report, you can select and see
your PCI devices, whether the drivers have attached properly, and various additional properties of the devices.