- Jul 21, 2011
- MSI X299 Xpower Gaming AC
- Intel Core i9-7980XE
- AMD RX Vega 64
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
Yeah, you are making the same mistake like others... there is much more that produces the sound.
And if you don't hear the Fan you are just use a loud system or you are deaf (sorry for that). Iam very sensitive for noise. ^^
Just look, because you said same SoundChip. Both using ALC1220, the Aorus Gaming 7 Pro has complete the same as the designare EX:
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As per rules, please update your hardware profile to allow others to help you easier@kpg Thanks again for this wonderful build explanation, so sorry for all the drama. Never apologize for being passionate in helping others. I took the plunge and bought a 7980 / x299 Deluxe. It was fairly easy to get my x299 / 7980 up & running thanks to you but I have a question about the wifi / bluetooth.
1) In OSx for Bluetooth, how do you know it's using the PCI card and not the onboard ASUS bluetooth? When I disable the onboard bluetooth in BIOS, my bluetooth stops working in OSx.
2) Is there a driver to make this PCI wifi card workable on the PC side, or do I have to leave BIOS WiFi enabled for PC? The PCI wifi card gets recognized in PC device manager but no driver & none of the update driver options work. It seems I need a bootcamp driver but not sure how to download this, as bootcamp seems to be a part of apples update now.
3) Also I end up with two different SDST.ami files in the /EFI/Clover/ACPI/pathed folder and I just wanted to verify this was correct. One due to step E.1) HWP (Intel SpeedShift Technology) CPU Power Management Configuration and the other (SDST_OSX.ami) due to step E.9.1) ACPI DSDT Replacement Implementation
i.) XOSI functionality is required as explained by @RehabMan (just follow this LINK forfurther details).
Any help much appreciated.
Viva La Resistance!
X299 ASUS DELUXE / 7980XE
The 2-pin header, you should connect to the internal USB 2 connector on Asus MB, "USB78", page 1-21 on user manual