- Dec 14, 2016
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Hi. I have a Dell XPS 8500, so am definitely interested that you got yours running with Catalina. Mine is running High Sierra, which is about to become unsupported. I am currently using its Dell OEM AMD Radeon HD 7770. I would be interested in a few more details. Did you use Unibeast to prepare your installer? Other than the graphics issue you mention here, did you run into any other issues? I currently have everything working, including USB 3.0, sound, and even built-in WiFi. And very good graphics acceleration (for its age, or course). I can see your graphics acceleration issue seems to have worked out OK. So I'm interested whether there were or are any other issues. I am fully aware that if I try to go to Mojave or Catalina I will lose my OEM WiFi. Not a dealbreaker.Hi guys,
I tried to go through the thread but still confused.
I successfully installed Catalina 10.15.4 with Clover on my Dell XPS 8500 with i7-3770, MSI Radeon RX570 8GB.
As I understand i7-3770 has Intel graphics HD 4000. In the BIOS I set Enable Multi-Display support to Enabled. That's the only graphics related option it has. No memory for iGPU, nothing else.
System does not recognize iGPU. And when I run Davinci Resolve 16 rendering it does not utilize Radeon GPU (On Windows it does).
Is there a way to enable hardware acceleration?
Thanks in advance.
I really appreciate some help and thanks in advance.
My gpu acceleration on Final Cut is like zero. Someone can help me?
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My configuration is:
Motherboard Gigabyte Z390-M-GAMING
Intel Core i7-8700K Coffee Lake, Cache 12MB, 3.7GHz (4.7GHz Max Turbo), LGA 1151
SSD Kingston A2000, 1TB, M.2 2280
NVMe Vídeo Sapphire Radeon RX 590 Pulse Dual, 8G
HyperX Fury, 32GB, 2666MHz, DDR4, CL16, Preto - HX426C16FB3/8
Thank you guys.
I can use some expertise from the experts. My goal is HEVC/H264 encoding support in FCPX (10.5) and the RX 570 is being recognized as such in FCP as render/share GPU) with the RX570 and EX58-UD5 via OpenCore. System is stable and recognizes the card without problem in Big Sur. All kexts are up to date and I use MacPro1.1 in SMBios. Did already my EFI but still no HEVC/H264 (tested with Videoproc).
Looking at my config.plist I see a difference in system definition in /root/SMBIOS and Platforminfo/Generic. Is that this issue or I there something else I forgot here ?
First of all, HEVC encoding on RX5xx GPU does NOT work with FCPX or Compressor, only H.264 works (even with iMacPro1,1 Model ID). H/W decode of both H.264 & HEVC works fine.
It does work with VideoProc. VideoProc will use the RX570 for encoding H.264 & H.265 (HEVC) but not Apple's Apps.
Secondly, your config.plist is screwed up - it's a combination of Clover & OC
Had you used a DEBUG version and turned on DEBUG, you will have noticed the warnings.
You have not read the OC manual (Configuration.pdf) document.
For EVERY item/variable you put in the config.plist, you should SEARCH the manual and understand what it does.
AFTER you have made changes to the config.plist file and BEFORE you boot your system, you should VALIDATE your config.plist with the OC utility called OCVALIDATE which you will find in OC's utilities/ocvalidate folder. It's a terminal command to which you provide the config.plist file as the parameter. It will list any issues it finds in the config.plist.
There's even an online sanity checker that you can use (though not as accurate as ocvalidate utility).
Each version of OC comes with it's own configuration.pdf document and ocvalidate utility and they should be respectively read and used with every version you download or build yourself.
There's even a differences.pdf document that details what has changed from the previous version.
Remember, OC is not finished and it evolves/changes on an hourly/daily basis.
Issues with your config.list:
Your main issues are 4. and 5 above.
- In ACPI, there's no AutoMerge, DisableASPM, FixHeaders, HaltEnabler, PatchAPIC in OC (that's Clover)
- There's no GUI variable in OC (that's Clover)
- There's no RtVariables variable in OC (that's Clover)
- Under DeviceProperties, you have added GPU device properties INCORRECTLY. Read the manual
- There's no SMBIOS variable outside of PlatformInfo variable in OC (that's Clover).
In OC, SMBIOS is under PlatformInfo and it's ONLY used if Generic is set to FALSE
You have set Generic to TRUE, which means SMBIOS will NOT be used by OC (even if was in the correct place).
Using SMBIOS (to manually set the values is NOT recommended).
Your Generic is used and in there you have set the SystemProductName to MacPro6,1 NOT iMacPro1,1
- Under Misc/Tools, you have enabled EVERY tool ! Do you know what they do and do you need them ALL ?
- Under UEFI/Drivers, you have enabled HFSPlus.efi AND HFSPlusLegacy.efi. You ONLY need HFSPlusLegacy.
- Under UEFI/Drivers, you have enabled OpenRuntime.efi which is not needed for legacy system.
For 4., you should NOT need to added the DeviceProperties for your GPU but if do wish to add it, then each of those properties should be under a Device Path for the GPU. Read Section 6.1 of the manual on how to find that path for specific to your system.
For 5., you should change the Generic/SystemProductName to iMacPro1,1 and also change the corresponding SystemSerialNumber and MLB for that model ID.
Had you clicked on the Apple logo in the menu bar and clicked "About This Mac", you will have notice that your model is NOT iMacPro1,1 but MacPro6,1