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

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And this means:
  • iMac19,1
  • AptioMemoryFix
  • Slide=0
  • EmuVariableUefi
  • FakeSMC
  • IGPU enabled
  • DGPU disabled
  • Clover 49xx
  • Clover rc scripts not installed (boot error if installed)
  • PCIe cards?
    • Probably Fenvi FV-T919?​
    • DGPU (but disabled)​
Please try with DGPU enabled.

  • iMac19,1
  • AptioMemoryFix
  • Slide=0
  • EmuVariableUefi
  • VirtualSMC
  • IGPU enabled. ID 3E9B0007 (set manually). Framebuffer patch = yes
  • DGPU in slot 2 disabled (not connected to power)
  • Clover 5018
  • Clover rc scripts not tested in 19.1. (boot error if installed in 1.1)
  • PCIe cards
    • Fenvi FV-T919
    • DGPU (but disabled, not connected to power)
 
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Please try the attached USB SSDT. I'm sure you know how to install it, but just in case:
  • Mount EFI partition of Mojave SSD
  • Move out (or delete) the existing SSDT-UIAC-DESIGNARE-Z390-V6.aml from CLOVER/ACPI/patched
  • Copy the attached file into CLOVER/ACPI/patched
  • Reboot
A total of 15 USB ports are still defined in the new USB SSDT. The changes are:
  • HS07 disabled
  • SS07 still enabled -- you may plug USB 3 devices into all 4 of the ports governed by the hub at SS07
  • HS06 disabled
  • SS06 disabled
Activated the following USB 2 virtual ports:
  • HS01 -- this is USB 2 on the front panel USB-C connector
  • HS08 -- this is USB 2 on the top Thunderbolt 3 port
  • HS13 -- this is USB 2 on the bottom Thunderbolt 3 port
Hello!
Sorry for my late reply!
Thank you! This seems to have worked!

I got one issue left now:
The system will immediately wake from sleep, without me touching the keyboard or anything.

Do you have an idea how to fix that?
Should I try another USB card?

Thanks a lot!


Cheers,
Alexander
 

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Hello!
Sorry for my late reply!
Thank you! This seems to have worked!

I got one issue left now:
The system will immediately wake from sleep, without me touching the keyboard or anything.

Do you have an idea how to fix that?
Should I try another USB card?

Thanks a lot!

Cheers,
Alexander
First, please see the section Fixing Sleep and Wake Issues.
If this alone does not fix the problem then do this after the system wakes immediately from sleep:
  • Run Terminal and type: pmset -g log | tail -100 > ~/Documents/sleeplog.txt
  • This will create a file called sleeplog.txt in the Documents folder. Upload that file.
  • If the cause is not immediately clear from the log file, then it becomes a process of elimination:
    • Remove all USB connections except keyboard and mouse. This includes USB devices connected to internal F_USB header.​
    • Does sleep work with just keyboard and mouse?​
    • If so, reconnect one USB device at a time until sleep fails again. That is the offending device. Let us know which device that is.​
 
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Used different combos of slide=0 and 379 (calculated value)
Curious... how did you get to the 379 value? I've been playing around with this trying to follow the dev's instructions reading the memmap output in the efi shell. However, struggling to follow the concise instructions.
 
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Hi Guys,

I just finished my first Hackintosh computer, I'm very happy with its operation, all components work except my LaCie d2 Thunderbolt 2 4TB drive because the 2 Thunderbolt 3 ports built into my Gibabyte Z390 Designare (rev.1.0, Bios V F6) I think they are not installed correctly.

The Lacie d2 is connected to the motherboard via TB2 to TB3 adapter (Original Apple Adapter) but its blue light flashes continuously without actually starting its internal hard drive.

My Hackintosh Pc Setup: SMBIOS iMacPro1,1 on Majve 10.15.5 (Z390 Designare + i9 9900k + Radio RX 580 + 2x Corsair 16MB - 3200 Mhz + EVGA Supernova G2 850W 80 Plus Gold Modular.


The configuration/Setup Bios is: (Gibabyte Z390 Designare, Rea 1.1 & Bios V.F6)


Peripherals (Main Menu)

--> Thunderbol(TM) Configuration

** Discrete Thunderbolt (TM) Support - Enabled
** TBT Vt-d base security - Disabled
** Thunderbolt Boot Support - Disabled
** Wake From Thunderbolt(TM) Devices - Enabled
** Security Level - No Security

--> Discrete Thunderbolt(TM) Configuration

** Thunderbolt Usb Support - Enabled
** GPIO3 Force Pwr - Enabled
--> DTBT Controller 0 Configuration

** DTBT Controller 0 - Enabled
** TBT Host Router - Two Port
Extra Bus Reserved. - 106
Reserved PMemory - 544
PMemory Alignment - 28
Reserved I/0 - 0

In System Report it appears: / Hardware / PCI aparecen: (Muestro captura de pantalla para más detalles)

- GC-Titan Ridge Thunderbolt 3 NHI
- GC-Titan Ridge USB-C

As I checked in https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/...olt-3-i7-9700k-amd-rx-580.267551/#Thunderbolt , the Lacie D2 Thunderbolt is compatible with the Gigabyte Z390 Designare.

Your help is very much appreciated, Thank you all.

Regards,
Wiinilo

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Used different combos of slide=0 and 379 (calculated value)
Curious... how did you get to the 379 value? I've been playing around with this trying to follow the dev's instructions reading the memmap output in the efi shell. However, struggling to follow the concise instructions.
Never mind, I just found a great guide on GitHub.
 

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Hi Guys,

I just finished my first Hackintosh computer, I'm very happy with its operation, all components work except my LaCie d2 Thunderbolt 2 4TB drive because the 2 Thunderbolt 3 ports built into my Gibabyte Z390 Designare (rev.1.0, Bios V F6) I think they are not installed correctly.

The Lacie d2 is connected to the motherboard via TB2 to TB3 adapter (Original Apple Adapter) but its blue light flashes continuously without actually starting its internal hard drive.

My Hackintosh Pc Setup: SMBIOS iMacPro1,1 on Majve 10.15.5 (Z390 Designare + i9 9900k + Radio RX 580 + 2x Corsair 16MB - 3200 Mhz + EVGA Supernova G2 850W 80 Plus Gold Modular.


The configuration/Setup Bios is: (Gibabyte Z390 Designare, Rea 1.1 & Bios V.F6)


Peripherals (Main Menu)

--> Thunderbol(TM) Configuration

** Discrete Thunderbolt (TM) Support - Enabled
** TBT Vt-d base security - Disabled
** Thunderbolt Boot Support - Disabled
** Wake From Thunderbolt(TM) Devices - Enabled
** Security Level - No Security

--> Discrete Thunderbolt(TM) Configuration

** Thunderbolt Usb Support - Enabled
** GPIO3 Force Pwr - Enabled
--> DTBT Controller 0 Configuration

** DTBT Controller 0 - Enabled
** TBT Host Router - Two Port
Extra Bus Reserved. - 106
Reserved PMemory - 544
PMemory Alignment - 28
Reserved I/0 - 0

In System Report it appears: / Hardware / PCI aparecen: (Muestro captura de pantalla para más detalles)

- GC-Titan Ridge Thunderbolt 3 NHI
- GC-Titan Ridge USB-C

As I checked in https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/...olt-3-i7-9700k-amd-rx-580.267551/#Thunderbolt , the Lacie D2 Thunderbolt is compatible with the Gigabyte Z390 Designare.

Your help is very much appreciated, Thank you all.

Regards,
Wiinilo

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Hello @wiinilo,

User @tadros experienced the same issue around July 3 in this thread. You may search for his posts for more information. If your LaCie drive is a Thunderbolt 1 device then it might not work on this system. If it's a Thunderbolt 2 device it should work.

So the first action item is to find the actual specs of your device -- or perhaps the date of manufacture:
  • 2011, 2012, up to October 2013: Thunderbolt 1
  • October 2013 to late 2015: Thunderbolt 2 (same connector as Thunderbolt 1)
 
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Hi, CaseySJ

My device Lacie is a Thunderbolt 2 with Adapter TB3 (Apple genuine), year 2017 approximately. It must be compatible, because other users work perfectly with this same device ...

I have searched for information about it but I have not found anything about my problem ...

Thanks you..!
 
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First, please see the section Fixing Sleep and Wake Issues.
If this alone does not fix the problem then do this after the system wakes immediately from sleep:
  • Run Terminal and type: pmset -g log | tail -100 > ~/Documents/sleeplog.txt
  • This will create a file called sleeplog.txt in the Documents folder. Upload that file.
  • If the cause is not immediately clear from the log file, then it becomes a process of elimination:
    • Remove all USB connections except keyboard and mouse. This includes USB devices connected to internal F_USB header.​
    • Does sleep work with just keyboard and mouse?​
    • If so, reconnect one USB device at a time until sleep fails again. That is the offending device. Let us know which device that is.​
Hello!

Thank you for your quick reply!
I have attached the log file.
This happened when devices were connected to the card, but it also occurred when nothing was plugged into the card.

Do you have an idea? It seems like it detected some false-positive activity which caused it to wake.

Have a great day,
Alexander
 

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