- Jul 21, 2011
- MSI X299 Xpower Gaming AC
- Intel Core i9-7980XE
- AMD RX Vega 64
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
Run Intel Power Gadget and see if your CPU is being utilized, causing the fans to ramp up. Check Activity Monitor to see which process is doing that if so.So I have no followed most of the (incredibly detailed) instructions provided on the first page and I have a system up and going.
My system is made of a i9-7980xe with a Corsair H150i Pro cooler where all the system fans are connected to the case PWM controller, the case is a Fractal Design R6).
So far so good, however after about 1 minute uptime, the fans speed start to ramp up and I then feel like I'm leaving in a data centre.
The bios have been configured as detailed, the MSR 0xE2 got patched successfully (side note: I struggled there as the flashing only ever fully worked when I used a 8GB usb stick, with a USB 3,64GB stick, it all appeared to work (install the new boot screen etc) but the 0xE2 register was never made writeable)
X86PlatformPlugin.kext is properly loaded (according to the kextstat|grep -y x86plat command)
Any ideas on what could be happening here?
The other thing that isn't working is my HP z27q 5K screen (that requires two DP cables), I can launch clover, I see the bootstrapping but when it comes to launch the GUI the screen stays black). Using an Apple TB2 display works just fine, but the resolution sucks of course.
I have a Vega 64 (with 8GB of ram), I did nothing to configure the graphic card, nor did I play with the ACPI DSDT value (such as converting SL05->GFX0), is this required?
Thanks in advance.
Edit: misunderstood part of your post.