Vega works natively indeed. I have the frontier edition in my x299 hack. All the frontier edition device id's and the rx vega device id's are in AMD10000Controller.kext as far as I know. Performance isn't as good as in windows so far, but it works. I have to use the MacPro6,1 SMBios else one of my monitors goes blank. (3 Monitors). I use the frequency vectors of the iMac 17,1 though.Can you confirm this for actual Vega retail parts or is it a guess?
Thanks for an awesome guide. I've just fixed the XCPM, made a huge difference.
If anyone can help me with this, I'm looking to see if there's a way to sync all the cores on my MSI X299 SLI Plus motherboard. The frequencies are still jumping around a bit.
And then KPG, if I can make a suggestion.
I didn't realise what the XCPM would do to my system until I ran the Intel Power Gadget. For all the noobs like myself, I think it would make a huge difference if you explained upfront why it's important to do the XCPM fix.
I'm going to try and do the USB fix today (hopefully that solves my Bluetooth problem as well), then I only have a GFX issue standing between me and a fully working, stable Hackintosh!
Thanks again, and all the best.
I just followed the guide step by step. Did you go through your BIOS and made all the necessary changes? That could be it.how did you do that
I'm trying the whole day to get it to work. I managed to build the SSDT. But my CPU just hits 4.3 whole time
About the MSI sync all cores etc... hard to find anything in that f... click bios.. xD