I mean, given the time the benchmarks take, it can only be Quick Synch + RX 580.To check which GPU is being used during playback (with color grading or effects/transitions/titles) or during export, open Activity Monitor -> Window -> GPU History. A report back is much appreciated
I haven't updated yet, but when I tested with Mojave and Adobe Premiere Pro, RX580 was used in full during playback and export, unlike on the Windows side, where it prefers to use only the IGPU primarily, and the dGPU only for the leftovers (this even with Nvidia one). I am guessing when I update my RX580 will still be utilized in full in Premiere Pro. Thanks for the feedback.I mean, given the time the benchmarks take, it can only be Quick Synch + RX 580.
fsck_apfs -n -l -x /dev/rdisk1s1
USB SSDT Guide by RehabMan:Maybe because it's NOT simple. Looks like a process for advanced users with plenty of time on their hands. Maybe someone could break it down into a more usable step-by-step guide.
Are you using Lilu & Whatever Green? I have a Gigabyte Z370-Gaming 7 & 8700k. No frame buffer patches and it hasn't skipped a beat yet.Didn't work for me - neither through the updater or the combo update (updating from 14.0).
After the installer reboots, and right before the login window, the screen turns black.
Running a Sapphire RX 580 on a 8700K.