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i7-4930K - Asus Rampage IV Extreme - 32GB RAM - GTX 770 4GB [Success!!]

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Hey is anyone willing to try this setting in the BIOS to see if you can get wake to work after sleep? Its way back in 2014 I posted a fix for this but not sure if it will work in later versions of macOS or your motherboard version/bios. I put this heavy beast of a PC case away for a week or so and cannot get to it until this weekend. If anyone is willing to try there is a chance this may fix the wake to black screen, it fixed mine back then. Under AI Tweaker change Auto to Disable for CPU PLL Termination. By the way it was not by luck or trial and error, I somehow back then after some exhaustive google searching found this fix by someone else who posted it, not sure what site or who back then, but it worked.


Edited this post just now:

I remember now I found the fix from this thread complaints of resume from sleep not working in windows I am pretty sure this will fix the problem.

 
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Hello everyone, I changed from GTX770 graphics card to RX580 devil graphics card, this black screen phenomenon! Please help me!
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Are you still using the same SSDT from your nvidia card?
Thank you for seeing my request!
Yes, I used the 280X graphics card to replace the GTX770 directly, so I can't use the RX580 directly. I don't know where to set it up? Or need to regenerate the DSDT? But I haven't operated this part yet.. ....
 
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Thank you for seeing my request!
Yes, I used the 280X graphics card to replace the GTX770 directly, so I can't use the RX580 directly. I don't know where to set it up? Or need to regenerate the DSDT? But I haven't operated this part yet.. ....
Change back to your nvidia 770 to boot and remove the corresponding SSDT. Install Lilu and whatevergreen.
You can also try to connect ur amd gpu to another pci.
 

shilohh

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Thank you for seeing my request!
Yes, I used the 280X graphics card to replace the GTX770 directly, so I can't use the RX580 directly. I don't know where to set it up? Or need to regenerate the DSDT? But I haven't operated this part yet.. ....
As mentioned, Lilu and WhateverGreen will be the best solution at this point but you'll need to remove the SSDT you were using (if you followed this guide) for the Nvidia card. This guide has been DSDT free for a long time. There is a SSDT for the motherboard components and one for the CPU that you'll want to keep. Read back through the guide and see the text files in the downloadable files to see what is what.
 
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Change back to your nvidia 770 to boot and remove the corresponding SSDT. Install Lilu and whatevergreen.
You can also try to connect ur amd gpu to another pci.
thank you! Has been successful!
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But the frequency conversion seems to be invalid!
 
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As mentioned, Lilu and WhateverGreen will be the best solution at this point but you'll need to remove the SSDT you were using (if you followed this guide) for the Nvidia card. This guide has been DSDT free for a long time. There is a SSDT for the motherboard components and one for the CPU that you'll want to keep. Read back through the guide and see the text files in the downloadable files to see what is what.
Thank you!
I will do it as you said.
 
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