- Feb 13, 2012
- Gigabyte Z490i Aorus Ultra - OC 0.6.8
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
Hi guys. I have a same problem. Also i buy all items following the “buyers guide”, stays on the header menu upward. MB Rog Strix Z490 G Gaming, and still with Wi-Fi card onboard. MB and CPU 10th generation. I broke my head for two whole days trying all tool and guides available here in the site. And nothing. After boot, still freeze on Apple logo. Finally I read a post, saying to use a OpenCore method. I had no idea what such a tool was about, but solve my problems imediatly. On first attempt, Totally unbelieving that would work, BINGO!!! The installation process went to the end. Still having some difficulties with some components such as Wi-Fi, bluetooth, out of nowhere the icons and the logo on boot got huge, but taking it out of it working perfectly.
The big question I ask myself is. If multibeast still doesn't support this family of 10th generation Z4XX chipsets, why are they being indicated there in the buyers guide?
-Asus Rog Strix Z490-G Gaming (Wi-Fi)
-CPU Intel Core i7 10700KF 16MB 3.8Ghz
-4x 16Gb DDR4 3200Mhz Crucial Basillist Memory
-M.2 PNY XLR8 1Tb, 3.500-3.000 R/Rw
-Asus Rog RX5500 XT 8Gb OC Graphycs Card
-PSU Corsair 750W 80 plus
-Case Cooler Master MasterBox Q300L
-Display LG 28” 4K
What would need to be added to MultiBeast to make it more useful for 10th Gen Intel CPUs ?
Before Clover came along we had a database of motherboard optimisations that helped compatibility. Since the swap to Clover, and now OpenCore, this is not used though can still be for older hardware. The last time any CPU optimisations were needed was Sandy Bridge hybrids.
The key setting for 10th Gen is System-Definition - iMac20,1 and iMac20,2 for desktop machines. This is injected from the Clover/OpenCore bootloaders. You can add this manually to your config.plist or use tools like Clover Configurator or OpenCore Configurator to build a new SMBIOS.
Perhaps that is what you need?