- Jan 30, 2011
- ASUS ROG RAMPAGE VI EXTREME
- RX 5700 XT
Will you please share your EFI?
I'm planning on releasing an article on my blog, the EFI detail will be shared there. I'll keep you posted.
But from what I can tell from your Kernel Panics, it's very likely that your issue is hardware-related. Your Kernel Panics are super random, by that I mean that your Kernel crashes unconditionally at anytime... I've been building this Rampage VI hackintosh since late 2017 and never faced similar issue (even when my EFI was crap and BIOS not patched). Kernel Panics shouldn't be random like that, unless your build has 100 issues at the same time...
- Booting on Windows and stress testing your hardware there
- Reseting your BIOS to default settings (with the good options enabled to boot MacOS)
- Removing all your RAM, jus leaving one stick
- Removing ALL PCIE devices, except your GPU
- Removing ALL kexts in Clover down to the bare minimum to boot (even if that means breaking useful functionalities)
- Removing ALL kexts patches in Clover (except the essential ones to boot)
- Removing ALL third party drivers (such as NVidia drivers)
So basically start fresh, create a USB Clover and create a new OSX partition freshly installed.
Normally if your BIOS settings are default, your Clover at bare minimum and your MacOS a fresh install, you shouldn't face any KPs... if you do and they appear to generate random reports, then there is definitely something wrong with your hardware: bad CPU, bad GPU, bad RAM.
If you are stable with the above, then restore some of the additions one after the other while monitoring if you get random KPs... it will most likely take days... but in the end you'll be able to figure out where was the issue coming from.
FYI, have a look at what I went through: https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?99193-Help!-System-hangs-freezes-when-overclocked