- Sep 14, 2017
- Gigabyte Z390 Designare
- Aorus RX 580
- Mobile Phone
Let's have a look at the CLOVER folder. Please post a single screenshot (CMD-Shift-5) showing the CLOVER folder and these sub-folders fully expanded:
Solved by removing drivers folder, which was also missed in my previous clover. Maybe osxaptio was the issue?Let's have a look at the CLOVER folder. Please post a single screenshot (CMD-Shift-5) showing the CLOVER folder and these sub-folders fully expanded:
Also keep in mind that because you made a full bootable backup before upgrading Clover, you can always boot into that and clone it back to the main SSD if things really don't work. With Clover 4xxx we can still support 128GB RAM as explained in the screenshot posted in my previous reply (i.e. specify 8 rows in SMBIOS --> Memory section).
- drivers64UEFI (if it exists)
Good to see that 64GB is being recognized automatically!Solved by removing drivers folder, which was also missed in my previous clover. Maybe osxaptio was the issue?
Talking about ram, I deleted the config we did yesterday and it displays correctly 2 32gb cards
Oh, got it. So all of the post install files specific to designare have to be moved to that new folderGood to see that 64GB is being recognized automatically!
Note that Clover 5xxx uses drivers/UEFI. The old drivers64UEFI folder should not be used.
When we upgrade from 4xxx to 5xxx, if the new drivers/UEFI folder is missing any drivers that we were using (in the old drivers64UEFI folder), then we manually copy them from drivers64UEFI into drivers/UEFI. After that, we delete drivers64UEFI.
Correct -- but only from the drivers64UEFI folder --> to --> drivers/UEFI folder. Then the old drivers64UEFI folder must be deleted otherwise Clover will attempt to use drivers from both of those folders and things will not go well...Oh, got it. So all of the post install files specific to designare have to be moved to that new folder
Correct. If x1 slots shared bandwidth with M.2, that would be mentioned in the manual.
I say this because on the Z490 Vision D, the third M.2 slot shares bandwidth with the third long PCIe slot. The manual clearly indicates that.
But on Z390 Designare, there are only two M.2 slots and they only “steal” bandwidth from SATA ports.
Note that this does not contradict @skittlebrau’s reply above because the PCH has its own 24 PCIe lanes separate from the CPU. The x1 slots, SATA ports, Thunderbolt, USB, and M.2 are routed to the PCH.
The PCH is connected to the CPU via 4 PCIe lanes.
Yeah, it's a UAD Apollo 8 through TB2/TB3 adapter. But essentially TB3 into Thunderbolt port SSP2 0x04.
If you're losing audio, I'm assuming your interface is USB? Mine is thunderbolt 1 (using an Apple TB adaptor), connected to the TB port right by the onboard HDMI.That's my experience, except I lose audio as well... What port is your audio interface connected to, and via what bus (USB/TB)?
My audio (UAD/Flashed TB/SSP2) runs whilst in 'freeze mode' and GUI graphics still move if they were already doing so, ie: Ableton onscreen fader levels bouncing up and down with the music.
However video will freeze - which led me down the whole Vega route. The boot arg was a WEG one I think of just
-igfxnohdmi but it isn't working for me due to a current NVRAM issue with OC. There was another way that I read and that was removing the kext?
sudo nvram -c
nvram: Error clearing firmware variables: (iokit/common) not permitted