- Dec 14, 2013
- Asus ROG Strix Z390-E
- RX 480
- Mobile Phone
Thanks, @Gigamaxx for the reply. I added Intel fake ID 0x04128086, and ig platform 0d220003 as you suggested and it didn't change anything. I removed Inject ATI and as you said the display in About This Mac is R9xxx (I'm okay with that as long as things work). When I Inject ATI it does display properly as RX 480, but I know that's just cosmetic.The R9 XXX name is only a cosmetic issue, it gets changed by the latest clover to RX 480 but doesn't effect performance.
Something you could try, Intel fake ID 0x04128086, and ig platform 0d220003. If you do this you should be able to inject ATI to get RX 480 name corrected. If you dont inject anything Intel or ATI and use these numbers the R9 xxx name will come up but your performance may improve.
When you get to clover boot screen, before you hit enter disconnect cable to CPU graphics or Igpu. Hit enter and if you get to log in screen the RX should be fully supported and run the highest benchmark scores. It may work for fcpx as well as long as you have the igpu with metal support by adding fake ID and ig numbers.
I use these#s on my g3258 Haswell pentium rig for igpu and it works well, not sure about the 4790k, but it's a Haswell.
When I run both monitors off the RX 480, the one on DisplayPort works perfect, and the one on HDMI is pixelated and rough. Both monitors have both DP and HDMI inputs, so when I switch the cables around, it makes no difference. HDMI does not work correctly, but DP does. I will have to go out and get a second DP cable I guess, which is fine. See screen shot below to see what it looks like on HDMI. EDIT: I don't have 4k monitors - both are 1080p high quality IPS displays with accurate color (Dell U2413 and HP LP2475w).
My bigger issue is that Final Cut Pro crashes as soon as I try to open a library. This has been an issue since upgrading to FCPX 10.3. FCPX 10.2.2 and 10.2.3 were working fine on my old R9 280x, even in Sierra. When I upgraded to FCPX 10.3 this problem started. I removed the R9 280x as a test, and FCPX works fine (albeit slowly) with IGPU and no graphics card installed. When I reinstalled my 280x, the displays never came back on. I tried everything I could think of and I think that card just failed, so I replaced it, hoping that would also fix my FCPX 10.3 problem. Now my new RX 480 shows the same behavior in FCPX 10.3. I really need to resolve that - I know others are running FCPX 10.3 with a RX 480, so I'm trying to hunt down the issue.
Any ideas of where to look? Can I provide my crash report, or something from Console, that those who are smarter than me can look at? I have reached the limits of what I can do on my own and I need help. Thanks!
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