To get rid of verbose remove the -v from the NVRAM - Boot Args line. For HDMI audio just enable the 2 FakePCIID kexts (they're already in the zip). For Ethernet make sure you don't have the connection set on auto, hard set it to 1000 Gbps or whatever your switch supports. (see 1st post of this thread)
Not sure on HDMI - IGPU missing ... @dreamwhite ?
please update your hardware profile to allow others to help you easierOf course it (iGPU) is supported.
It works if I copy the "old" lines.
Okay about the audio.HDMI audio enabling that kexts AND setting the device-id=709D0000 (otherwise it works over DP without this).
iGPU HDMI works using the old lines.
Internet works well now, I think it was somehow just a coincidence.
graphics_patch_no_fbmem_device_id.plist, contains the initial iGPU patch @scope666 used, without
framebuffer-fbmem(since the BIOS should be already configured with
iGPU Multi Monitorenabled,
RC6 Standbyturned off (side note,
forceRenderStandby=0boot-arg has the same effect),
device-iddeleted, since it's required for old versions of Catalina (iirc, 10.15.4 is the first release that announced the support for Comet Lake iGPUs. In any case it's still better having the latest available release of your major OS.
alldataproperty for each connector.
igfxonln=1boot argument (
force-onlinedevice property) to force online status on all displays, if you get black screen BUT you can wake it after unplugging/replugging the HDMI cable on your motherboard.
Here's the latest and greatest 0.7.2. This one has working HDMI audio WITHOUT using FakePCIID. For me the HDMI monitor has to be connected while booting for the HDMI audio device to show up. HDMI video is also working.