- Aug 30, 2018
- Maximus Viii Ranger
High Sierra 10.13.6 will recognize the Sapphire RX 580 Pulse 8GB graphics card OOB which is why I'm using this card is serveral of my rigs. You may have problems with other brands/models of AMD cards.I am also considering to switch from a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 to a AMD 580 graphics card from Tonymac's suggested cards so as to be able to switch from High Sierra to Mojave. However I am wondering how to proceed : If I switch cards , will High Sierra recognize it OOB ( and then I will upgrade to Mojave ) or must I switch cards and directly perform the Mojave installation just after that? Any useful link ? Thanks !
@Stork @pastrychef @WarMachine I sold my 980 and got the RX580. This thing is plug and play. Running Mojave without changing anything.
I have one issue though. When my hackintosh goes to sleep, I can click my mouse and keyboard to wake it up. I can see that the Hackintosh is on but my display shows "No Signal". I use the HDMI port. If I unplug and plug HDMI back in, it works. So at the moment, wake from sleep is somewhat working. Any idea what could cause this issue?
I have read multiple things like RadeonDeInit, darkawake and setting CFB_FB_LIMIT. I don't want to try all of them without having any background on them.
That's the generic FrameBuffer for AMD cards when Apple's drivers don't recognize the RX 580. Sapphire has several versions of the RX 580 Pulse 8GB card which is why I had to use the config.plist patch to set the FrameBuffer to Orinoco. See MyHero II build description post MultiBeast installation for how to do this.I ran the DPCIManager and it shows the Graphic Card Model as Radeon RX 580 with Framebuffer ATY,AMD,RadeonFrameBuffer
I am using Sapphire Radeon NITRO+ RX 580 8GB GDDR5 11265-01