Hey @jyavenard, have you found a solution to the "USB Current Overload" message at boot with the TB Display plugged in? I've made it work by plugging the display during clover as you recommended, but I fear it could damage something on the mobo by doing it that way, I'm I just being paranoid?I have them connected like this:
TB3 -> TB3/TB2 adapter -> Pegasus 2 R4 -> Apple TB display -> Lacie
I tried just the Pegasus \, just the Apple display, or just the Lacie... Behaviour is always the same. All those devices are TB1 except the Pegasus (TB2)
I have a Samsung S8 connected to the second TB3 port via a 2m TB3 thunderbolt cable (that's just for charging). If I plug the S8 while the mac is running, it will cause the OS to hang.
the registry explorer shows that PCIHotplugCapable is properly set on the PC01->BR1A->UPSB->DSB0 device
and PCI-Thunderbolt is also set on PC01->BR1A->UPSB
I've had the same behaviour with the Asus ThunderboltEX (either in port 4 or port 7), the built-in TB3 ports on the designare, or with the ASRock TB3 card with either the Asus Prime Deluxe or the ASRock Professional Gaming EX...
Also, with the Asus ThunderboltEX card, I can't boot the machine if the Apple TB display is connected ; I get an error message about too great USB power draw and then it shuts down. This doesn't occur with the ASRock TB3 card (which uses exactly the same TB3 chipset has the real iMac Pro)
I have a DeckLink 4K Extreme. It was working fine before I created my SSDT. I haven't had much time to play with it since, but it seems to be working fine now...just a quick couple of tests.Does anyone have a Decklink (Mini monitor or extreme) working on their system? My Decklink worked fine without any SSDT in under the iMac SMBIOS, but since we all switched to iMac Pro SMBIOS, it hasn't worked. If I move it to a different slot it will work fine 1 time, then a reboot kills it.
Hey @perfecto245,.106 seems to be more stable and smoother than 103.. I've just experienced some major lag in iTunes, especially with scrolling in the library, not to mention the system almost locked up while the audio seem to start and stop a couple of times.
Update : Also experienced Graphic glitches in iTunes with .106 so u reverted to the old Lilu and NvidiaGraphicsFixup 1.2.3 with seems to have normalised my system and fixed the screen resolution issue from wake from sleep.
Will stick to this version till somebody else reports better stability with the new updates.
How did the WX7100 work out?I just purchased a Radeon Pro WX 7100 for my Asus Prime X299-Deluxe for my new build. Your info means that I expect this to work for me. I'm sure that the rest of this discussion will help me when I try this now.
I wanted to start with 10.12.6 as it works on my current listed system. It sounds like 10.13.0 is working very well & may be the better choice. What is your opinion on that point or any one elses.
I no longer use the Asus ThunderboltEX card, but the ASRock which doesn't have this problem.Hey @jyavenard, have you found a solution to the "USB Current Overload" message at boot with the TB Display plugged in? I've made it work by plugging the display during clover as you recommended, but I fear it could damage something on the mobo by doing it that way, I'm I just being paranoid?
If it's a Gigabyte motherboard you have, then no, you haven't followed the guide closely enoughAnyway I thought it was time for an an update to Mac OS 12.13.4 and of course to iMacPro1,1 definition.
So this weekend I read KGP's updated guide, very detailed as usual, created a brand-new USB stick using 31-03-2018 EFI folder distribution and I followed all instructions to create a brand new fresh install, but no! USB stick brings me to Clover UI but after during the boot process it gets stuck right here (see picture):
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I thought I did everything I needed to, but I guess it is not the case.