- Apr 4, 2017
- ASUS Z270 ROG MAXIMUS IX HERO
- Vega 64
- Mobile Phone
I’ll be watching for this...and doing my own testing..while listening to an old LP of Uriah Heep...OK, for those who haven't been following...
And now I'll be testing sleep...
Try the kext. It helps a lot. Under normal circumstances (with window open or a/c turned on), I can't even tell the difference between when the computer is sleeping or when it wakes.Vega 64 card arrived over the weekend, so swapped out the NVidia 1070 FTW from EVGA for the MSI Radeon Vega 64 OC Air Boost card. Nothing needed doing in terms of system prep - just swapped the cards and turned the system back on. Screen settings/scale were preserved.
I also took the opportunity to clean the inside of the case - wow, a lot of dust. Not really visible through the side, however, definitely dusty. Semi-annual cleaning may be in order.
I can't remark on "system smoothness" yet, though with the current setup (minus the NVidia card), everything is operating as expected. There is a perceptible fan running on the video card. The Corsair Air case is like a European car on the road - you can feel every bump, and the case allows you to hear every noise. The fan isn't a horrible thing (definitely FAR less noise than the older server I have sitting next to me), but I may have to install that fan kext if I notice anything odd about it. The NVidia fans, if they ever even came on, were practically silent.
Thanks @pastrychef !
That looks like it should work. Or, you can build your own using the VGTab utility. I have it attached to post #1 of my Z370 build. Link is below in my signature.@pastrychef - is this the right kext: https://www.insanelymac.com/forum/t...n-high-sierra/?do=findComment&comment=2612305