- May 13, 2012
- Gigabyte Z97-D3H
- Intel Core i5 - 4690K
- HD4600 , RX 480 Sapphire Nitro+ 4GB
- Mobile Phone
- FCPX 10.3 crashes immediately upon opening, as before (expected).I tried it again and CPU clock and voltage are behaving normally again. I'm not sure what happened with the first go-around. I stared at the values for over a minute and they did not change at all. I suppose I should have left it in there longer and rebooted a few times to get a better look at the behavior. I decided to try it again when I noticed sleep is not working properly (more on that below).
In Clover bootloader Options, do I check the box that says Inject Intel and edit the fields below it? I tried that with no change in behavior. If that was wrong, please let me know.
Do I do this again in Clover Configurator after I enter it in bootloader options screen? Or do I do that only if it the clover bootloader options change from above works (which it didn't).
I tried this by checking Inject Intel in clover bootloader options and editing the ig platofrm id and injection and it had no effect at all. I still see the extra display.
Following up on graphics injections, I had a little time to try different options. Here's what I found (As well as more detail on the sleep issue I mentioned at the top of this post):
0. Inject ATI - false; Inject Intel = false:
- Graphics work as they should
- Third unknown display is present.
- FCPX 10.3 works fine.
- SLEEP DOES NOT WORK. Monitors go to sleep and wake up without issue, but the PC never sleeps. It keeps running. Computer sleep options are missing in Energy Saver settings. Only monitor sleep settings available.
- Very slow boot time. I get the BIOS splash screen and Clover bootloader very fast as usual, but the Apple logo and progress bar takes quite a while - about 30-40 seconds. Normally it takes just a few seconds.
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1. Inject ATI = true Inject Intel = false; both monitors plugged into RX 480:
- Identical as above, except;2. Inject ATI = true Inject Intel = false; one monitor in IGPU, one monitor RX 480:
- 1 fps improvement in Valley benchmark.
- GPU correctly defined as RX 480
- Same as above, except monitor connected to IGPU has poor graphics, white lines, slow refreshing, etc. Not usable in OS X, but I don't care about that. Only providing this information in the off chance it is relevant in some way.
3. Inject ATI = true; Inject Intel = true:
- Graphics work as they should, regardless of whether one monitor is connected to IGPU or both in RX 480.
- Intel graphics display properly as HD 4600.
- Valley benchmark within 1fps Inject Intel = false, so basically the same.
- SLEEP WORKS PROPERLY
- Fast/normal boot time.
- FCPX 10.3 crashes immediately upon opening, as before (expected).
- This really seems to be the best functionality/performance out of all options, and I wish I could use it except for the FCPX crashing issue. I suppose I could continue using FCPX 10.2.3, as that works fine. Frustrating.
I still have not bought a DisplayPort cable for my second monitor. Went to Best Buy yesterday and they had a DP to HDMI adapter, but that had no change in appearance of second monitor, so text still appears pixelated on that screen. I'm hoping the full DP cable will sort that out. My previous R9 280x had 2x DVI outputs and I had both monitors connected by DVI on the 280x, and did not have this issue.
Any ideas on the sleep and boot time issues when using Inject ATI = true? Sorting those issues out would end this saga for me.
search solution, with Inject Intel = No , working for me