Ok this is good to know and I will take note but I don’t think it’s a black screen issue. My display always wakes fine unless the system crashes/kp upon waking from a sleep state (xcpm core scope patch disabled). Once I re enabled the patch, wake and sleep almost fine...
Now I notice something different. I can manually set it to sleep via the Apple taskbar but seems now it won’t sleep automatically. Grant it I have the display set to turn off at 1 minute and system to sleep at 2 but still it won’t go to sleep by itself. I’m gonna change the sleep settings for a longer time like maybe 5 and ten minutes and see what happens
Something’s telling me I’m going to end up doing a fresh install tomorrow. I am using an older revision of your efi folder as I’ve seen you’ve made adjustments and improvements like 3x that I can recall witnessing since I’ve setup my iX299 Pro
These are not devices, you won't find these in ioreg, these are methods of devices. You find these in your dsdt and ssdts. These should not be disabled.
So, @kgp I can report that as of 10.13.3, the Asus XG-C100C 10 GBE card works natively in MacOS in my X99-A II. The only problem I had was I needed a Category 6A certified cable. Once I plugged in the right cable, it came right up and connected as 10GB. I use the intelmausi ethernet kext for my 1 GB built-in card, and I didn't have to add any other kexts. Just plug and play.
As this is a X299 thread, it is not an exact fit for X299 owners, but as others have used this card and the Gigabyte 10 GBE card successfully on other platforms (the 8700k, for instance), I am sure that someone will try this 10GB card on the X299 platform soon, and my guess is that as long as you have the right cable (and 10.13.3, that is critical!), it will work!
If you're interested in the 10GBE thread, you can access it here: https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/...-for-10gb-ethernet.239690/page-6#post-1682101