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[SUCCESS] Gigabyte Designare Z390 (Thunderbolt 3) + i7-9700K + AMD RX 580

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I think there are far to much USB Ports

I suppose you are mislead by screenshot, as Hackintool doesn't show on initial view actual configuration but all ports for currents system you can configure. I used this screenshot to figure out, which ports have devices connected.
 
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HS11 and HS12 are certainly empty in this list. Suggestions:
  • Shut down and flip power switch on back of PSU for 10 seconds. Then power up again. Any change?
  • If no change, please run IORegistryExplorer and scroll the device list on left side until you see XHC. Then expand the HS11 and HS12 nodes in the device tree (if they are expandable) and post a screenshot. No need to upload the entire IOReg file.

No change.

scrn-usb-prts.jpg
 
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Hi All, first time poster. I have recently successfully built my first Hackintosh. It all seems to be running quite stable however I am having one small issue. But first.. Here's my build:
Motherboard: Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Xtreme
Graphics: Gigabyte AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT Gaming OC 8GB
Memory: 4 x Corsair 16GB DDR4 Vengeance RGB PRO (64GB)
DISK1: Samsung NVMe M.2 970 Pro 512gb (This contains my Windows 10 Installation)
DISK2: Samsung NVMe M.2 970 EVO Plus 500gb (This contains my macOS Catalina Installation)
Cooler: NZXT Kraken X72
WiFi/BT: Broadcom 94360CS2 WiFi / BT Card (This has been inserted into the bottom long slot on my motherboard as per the instructions in this thread.

The issue I am having is this: Occasionally if I stop using the computer for several mins it appears to hang (frozen screen) nothing I do wakes it from its apparent frozen state with the only solution to turn the computer off then back on again. Now I say occasionally although it is more so than not. It all operates fine if I keep using applications and do not let it sit idle for a period of time. (Its almost like it is going to sleep) (Screenshot of my Energy Saver Settings attached)

For the build and the clean installation of Catalina I followed the "Mini-Guide for Fresh Installation of Catalina 10.15.1 or Newer" step by step however replaced the .aml patches with the ones supplied for this motherboard as per the "Spoiler: Gigabyte Z390 AORUS Extreme Owners" and the relevant zip file with the AORUS Xtreme Patches. I will post some screenshots of my System Info and also Geekbench Results. p.s. This guide is absolutely awesome and has been so simple to follow.

Any help or advise regarding this issue or any other fine tuning items you see will be greatly appreciated. Also if it helps, I can post my entire EFI Folder.
 

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HS11 and HS12 are certainly empty in this list. Suggestions:
  • Shut down and flip power switch on back of PSU for 10 seconds. Then power up again. Any change?
  • If no change, please run IORegistryExplorer and scroll the device list on left side until you see XHC. Then expand the HS11 and HS12 nodes in the device tree (if they are expandable) and post a screenshot. No need to upload the entire IOReg file.

Thank you! USB ports was right direction to solve the issue. Seems that I had an invalid USB ports kexts. Replaced with another one, and voila. USB device is now shown.
 

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HS11 and HS12 are missing. HS01 should, ideally, be disabled. You might not be using the USB SSDT provided in the Catalina Mini-Guide. The name of the file is SSDT-UIAC-Z390-DESIGNARE-V7.aml. It must be used in combination with USBInjectAll.kext.
 
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Hi All, first time poster. I have recently successfully built my first Hackintosh. It all seems to be running quite stable however I am having one small issue. But first.. Here's my build:
Motherboard: Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Xtreme
Graphics: Gigabyte AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT Gaming OC 8GB
Memory: 4 x Corsair 16GB DDR4 Vengeance RGB PRO (64GB)
DISK1: Samsung NVMe M.2 970 Pro 512gb (This contains my Windows 10 Installation)
DISK2: Samsung NVMe M.2 970 EVO Plus 500gb (This contains my macOS Catalina Installation)
Cooler: NZXT Kraken X72
WiFi/BT: Broadcom 94360CS2 WiFi / BT Card (This has been inserted into the bottom long slot on my motherboard as per the instructions in this thread.

The issue I am having is this: Occasionally if I stop using the computer for several mins it appears to hang (frozen screen) nothing I do wakes it from its apparent frozen state with the only solution to turn the computer off then back on again. Now I say occasionally although it is more so than not. It all operates fine if I keep using applications and do not let it sit idle for a period of time. (Its almost like it is going to sleep) (Screenshot of my Energy Saver Settings attached)

For the build and the clean installation of Catalina I followed the "Mini-Guide for Fresh Installation of Catalina 10.15.1 or Newer" step by step however replaced the .aml patches with the ones supplied for this motherboard as per the "Spoiler: Gigabyte Z390 AORUS Extreme Owners" and the relevant zip file with the AORUS Xtreme Patches. I will post some screenshots of my System Info and also Geekbench Results. p.s. This guide is absolutely awesome and has been so simple to follow.

Any help or advise regarding this issue or any other fine tuning items you see will be greatly appreciated. Also if it helps, I can post my entire EFI Folder.


Did you try the possible solutions for sleep or freezes that @CaseySJ posted on page #1194 ?
 
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My computer freezes after exactly 6:02 minutes of no activity. I tried all the sleep freezing suggestions and haven't seen any improvement. Until just now, I swapped my rx5700 xt for a rx570 and no longer have any freeze/sleep issues. I'd like to keep the 5700 as it is a WAY better card, but wonder if anyone has any other suggestions?
 

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My computer freezes after exactly 6:02 minutes of no activity. I tried all the sleep freezing suggestions and haven't seen any improvement. Until just now, I swapped my rx5700 xt for a rx570 and no longer have any freeze/sleep issues. I'd like to keep the 5700 as it is a WAY better card, but wonder if anyone has any other suggestions?
Which specific make/model of the 5700 do you have? You're the second person to verify this fix for the auto-reboot problem.
 

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Hi All, first time poster. I have recently successfully built my first Hackintosh. It all seems to be running quite stable however I am having one small issue. But first.. Here's my build:
Motherboard: Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Xtreme
Graphics: Gigabyte AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT Gaming OC 8GB
Memory: 4 x Corsair 16GB DDR4 Vengeance RGB PRO (64GB)
DISK1: Samsung NVMe M.2 970 Pro 512gb (This contains my Windows 10 Installation)
DISK2: Samsung NVMe M.2 970 EVO Plus 500gb (This contains my macOS Catalina Installation)
Cooler: NZXT Kraken X72
WiFi/BT: Broadcom 94360CS2 WiFi / BT Card (This has been inserted into the bottom long slot on my motherboard as per the instructions in this thread.

The issue I am having is this: Occasionally if I stop using the computer for several mins it appears to hang (frozen screen) nothing I do wakes it from its apparent frozen state with the only solution to turn the computer off then back on again. Now I say occasionally although it is more so than not. It all operates fine if I keep using applications and do not let it sit idle for a period of time. (Its almost like it is going to sleep) (Screenshot of my Energy Saver Settings attached)

For the build and the clean installation of Catalina I followed the "Mini-Guide for Fresh Installation of Catalina 10.15.1 or Newer" step by step however replaced the .aml patches with the ones supplied for this motherboard as per the "Spoiler: Gigabyte Z390 AORUS Extreme Owners" and the relevant zip file with the AORUS Xtreme Patches. I will post some screenshots of my System Info and also Geekbench Results. p.s. This guide is absolutely awesome and has been so simple to follow.

Any help or advise regarding this issue or any other fine tuning items you see will be greatly appreciated. Also if it helps, I can post my entire EFI Folder.
Hello @Lukey1979

Welcome to the forum! It seems you're also suffering from the same auto-reboot after 6-or-so minutes problem. This has been discussed in the last couple of days. You may review those posts to compare notes:

Post #s:
11862, 11874-11879, 11881, 11884-11893, 11895-11897, 11908-11910, 11925

Your Options -- until a proper solution is found (maybe 10.15.3 will be better):
  1. Use a different 5700-series GPU.
  2. Use an older AMD GPU or a natively supported NVidia GPU.
  3. Use iGPU instead of discrete GPU.
 
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Just made an experiment. I opened the console, disabled the screen saver and waited until the system froze. Going through the console lines, the only weird message is a "AMD Error TODO: to implement support for request power".
Probably it's something related to the power saving feature.
 
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