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pastrychef's Asus ROG Strix Z370-G Gaming (WI-FI AC) build w/ i9-9900K + AMD Vega 56

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Check your config.plist. It may have gotten corrupted.

I don't know why it repeatedly boots in to Recovery for you... The fact that it can boot in to Recovery indicates to me that the EFI is working.
Well, it looks like it was a problem with my system software that recovery could not fix. 11.2.3 ran fine, but just would not update to 11.3 and run, even after running recovery multiple times. So I took an install from another computer (Brix), added my EFI from the 11.2.3 disk and voila. I could now update to 11.3 and 11.3.1.

Thanks for trying to solve my problem. My EFI was fine all along.
 
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Well, it looks like it was a problem with my system software that recovery could not fix. 11.2.3 ran fine, but just would not update to 11.3 and run, even after running recovery multiple times. So I took an install from another computer (Brix), added my EFI from the 11.2.3 disk and voila. I could now update to 11.3 and 11.3.1.

Thanks for trying to solve my problem. My EFI was fine all along.
11.3.1 and OC 0.6.9 running fine.
Any idea what this boot screen means, or how to get rid of it?

OCS: No schema for Appleevent at 3 index, context<ProtocollOverrides>!

thx
 

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11.3.1 and OC 0.6.9 running fine.
Any idea what this boot screen means, or how to get rid of it?

OCS: No schema for Appleevent at 3 index, context<ProtocollOverrides>!

thx

Try using the config.plist included in the latest EFI. It should not show that on boot.
 
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Asus ROG STRIX Z370-G GAMING
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Beware: in OpenCore 0.6.9 there was the following change:
UEFI > AppleInput > CustomDelays new type Boolean (former String)
The data type in the .plist has thus to be changed to Boolean, else there will be an error message at every startup.
 

pastrychef

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Beware: in OpenCore 0.6.9 there was the following change:
UEFI > AppleInput > CustomDelays new type Boolean (former String)
The data type in the .plist has thus to be changed to Boolean, else there will be an error message at every startup.

If you look at the config.plist in my latest EFI. It's already done.
 
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Hi Pastri, @scottkendall, I couldn't chime in sooner to give you feedback about my issue.
It all became solved once Otoy released a new version of OctaneX, with PR11 everything has been smooth from the first minute, no issues at all.
The system is now rock solid as never was with nVidia 1080. Not a single crash.
GPU temperature is good and I am back to CPU OC profile (around 60-70ºC under load), only getting hot for small periods of time when Octane performs denoising tasks (it can get up to 90ºC for a few seconds, ten at most).

I am having a lot of work and have not had the time to swap to the i9-9900K CPU and a new 1200W PSU :crazy: I bought.

I updated OSX to 11.3.1 without issues. :headbang:

And I just updated to your latest OC EFI: all is running butter smooth!

I can't thank you enough for your dedication to this fantastic rig and to this forum, and for your generosity.
 

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11.3.1 running smoothly with latest OC EFI here. Once again, thanks for all work you put into this! :)
 
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