- Oct 25, 2017
- Gigabyte designware
- vega 64
cd ~/Downloads/UEFI-Check. If you chose the Documents folder you would type
mv Z390DESI.F6 Z390DESI.F6.bin.
./ifrextact Setup.bin Setup.text.
setup_var_3 0x5C1 0x0
Two steps:Hi I upgraded successfully but lost sound. I had the patch implemented in the plist and can confirm it's still there. Any advice? Thanks
Appreciate it !Two steps:
Thanks working - had to use Multibeast as manual library install didn't work for some reason
- Use the attached config.plist.
- Check that latest version of AppleALC (1.3.7) is installed in /Library/Extensions folder. If not, please download and copy it there, then run Kext Utility to rebuild kernel cache.
Found a typo in the Devices/Properties section. It should be PciRoot instead of PCIRoot. I've fixed this in the attached file, so please rename it and try. Although this fix was made to the iGPU, I wonder if it will affect the built-in audio as well.Thanks I did these steps and also updated Lilu and whatever green and still not getting sound (I do have sound via DisplayPort). Any other suggestions? Thanks so much for your help!
Glad to hear it! Is your Vega running well without any fan and power properties?@CaseySJ Thank you thank you for your awesome guide.
I freshly installed 10.14.5 with zero problems.
bought all my gear in Switzerland and built it in France
-Adata SX8200 M2
-Asus ROG Strix RX Vega64
-64gb Vengeance LPX
I use my hackintosh for FCPx professionally
and thanks to your amazing guide was able to save $$$ on an iMacPro etc
HUGE thank you
It seems to beGlad to hear it! Is your Vega running well without any fan and power properties?
MacOS 10.14.5 has robust support for Vega 56, Vega 64, and Radeon VII. I'll add this statement to the build guide shortly, but for 10.14.5 we should not need to apply any fix whatsoever for these GPUs.It seems to be
I added your fix for ASUS ROG Fan AND Power
although now i'm confused...in the above post you say to remove the vega properties....