- Oct 5, 2011
- Asus X99DX2 1903(unLocked)
- E5 2696v4
- TITAN Xp
- Mobile Phone
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GA motherboards have unlocked MSR register for kernel write by factory default. Thus neither KernelPm nor the core scope kernel patch are required. RTC, APPLE intelAPIC are not used for ASUS motherboards either.I just dropping by to ask @ KGP a question. I just finish to installed MOJAVE on a GA-X99P-SLI motherboard that I have w/ an Intel 5960X Cpu out of 3 that I got laying around, and that installed its also w/ a Nvidia 670 that I have and the install went very smooth and event surprise me that on my config.plist none of the kernel patch match that cpu and none of the options like RTC, APPLE intelAPIC, kernelpm and XPMC are sleeted and she is booting to the desktop clean vanilla I think cause I don't see any kext injected on the system extension, that could possible? I guess so cause its sticking I event shut down and reboot the computer and still booting allay to the desktop
Hmm.. I really don't know what to recommend you in this case and the last thing I want is to make you risk or loose money, which might be anyway short at your side.@kgp, my friend. I finally come to you at the edge of fulfilling your last instructions. Last time we talked you told me "sell your 1080 and buy Vega", I then explained you about the sad economic situation in Argentina and blah blah blah.. We all cryed, it was beautiful.
Now, finally I have someone that wants to buy my 1080 and I also have someone selling a USED Sapphire Vega 64 reference design (which I love btw) and for the same money.
The only issue here would be that the guy with the Vega told me he used it for mining, but "just for one month and not constantly until the bitcoin dropped and it was no longer profitable" as he says. Of course, he's offering me to tryout the card before buying. And he also has the invoice with the date of the purchase.
What do you think? Should I give it a try? And if so, what should I watch for?
Thanks in advance master,
Hmmm, now I'm really confused skd guest what: I already sold my 1080 (it got sold yesterday), so that's gone (not yet though, but it's leaving on Wednesday).Hmm.. I really don't know what to recommend you in this case and the last thing I want is to make you risk or loose money, which might be anyway short at your side.
Maybe best just to continue with your 1080 under 10.13.6 and leave everything as implemented?
Hugs from Berlin in any case, my friend.
In this case, try to test his Vega before buying it, if possible.. If you like it, stay with it. VGTab is not my tool, it is just the tool most people are using and I am also recommending in my guidelines.. I never used any other tool and your above link is broken anyway.Hmmm, now I'm really confused skd guest what: I already sold my 1080 (it got sold yesterday), so that's gone (not yet though, but it's leaving on Wednesday).
I don't know. Essentially, the guy bought the Vega card in December of 2017, used the card for mining during that month, then he went on vacations, came back and the bitcoin was already in the sink. So by February of 2018, he published the card while he still uses it for gaming.
He seems pretty much honest about what the card was used for, it's not like he has a huge mining rig in the closet or nothing like that.
Also, do you know this utility for Vega cards?
And if so, is it useful or is your implementation better?
Cheers and thanks, hope you're well!
If your system disk is APFS all other disks also should be APFS too, otherwise you will witness longer boot times of your system.QUESTION FOR USERS OF PCIe SSDs equal or similar to 960 EVO/PRO OR 970 EVO/PRO:
What average BOOT time do you have?
I have an average of 21 seconds whit 970 EVO, but I feel it should be faster..
Am I facing a problem?
Thanks to you all