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

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Please try this:
listen something with your AirPods Pro connected to your Hackintosh and put your hand on your hear. If you lost the sound but the AirPods Pro is still connected do nexts

1) In sound preferences change Input to something else than AirPods Pro.

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2) Change Fenvi Slot
I tried changing slots and the issue is still happening with all bluetooth devices. Thank you though
 
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Please try the following:
  • First, connect only the new Philips monitor to HDMI (disconnect the older one).
    • Does it sleep and wake properly?
  • Now connect only the old Philips monitor (disconnect the new one).
    • Does it sleep and wake properly?
  • Now connect old monitor to HDMI and new monitor to DisplayPort.
    • Does the system sleep and wake properly?
Use only the video ports on your RX 580.

P.S. How do you like the Philips 4K monitor? Is there a fair bit of backlight bleed on black or dark screens? Are the speaker loud enough?

Hello Casey. Sorry for the delayed response. It took me a while to get the old monitor back for testing. It seems, like we can rule out the dual monitor setup as a cause of the issue. I've tried all 3 bullet points and the result is the same - the computer goes to sleep, wakes (LED is on, fans are spinning) but the displays are staying black. I used only RX 580 ports.

What else can I try?

Just a reminder of the issue, here's a list of links where it was discussed:
One thing to add is I've noticed that after adding and then removing bluetooth drivers as discussed in "Clarifications of the problem", I can see a crossed out bluetooth icon in the dock (which I don't remember being present there before the manipulations with the bluetooth driver. Not sure if this could be somehow related.
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I'm not an expert on monitors, so I didn't notice any issues. I've just checked on a completely black image (full screen, in a dark room). I did notice some bleeding around the edges, but I definitely wouldn't call it unbearable. I'm not experiencing any issues during the normal use. The speakers are loud enough for voice calls and watching youtube music, but obviously the sound is rather flat and not really appropriate for quality music listening. A cool thing is since I have two of those monitors, I joined the audio of both, so I'm getting a kind of stereo effect, which is not bad for monitor sound :)
 
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I tried changing slots and the issue is still happening with all bluetooth devices. Thank you though
Hello,
Are you sure Fenvi is the source of your problem?
Have your tried to boot the PC without Fenvi?
What is your stockage drive? NVMe, SSD, Hard Drive?
Have you tried to boot macOS with another type of drive?
 
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I really wouldn’t know for sure which one.. chances are though that in June / July it would be the Elias64 version from here.
do you have the full filename? The one i used was TitanRidgeNVM23-E64Fr
 

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Hello I don't think is chrome just fini

Hello
same problem this time just dragging icons to the task bar .
See attachment
Process of Elimination may need to be attempted. Suggestions:
  • Reinstall macOS from scratch and check system stability without install any third-party applications.
  • If system is stable, make a bootable backup immediately at this point.
  • Now start installing third-party apps one by one and check stability. If system starts crashing, restore from the bootable backup and avoid the suspect application.
  • However, if system crashes even without third-party apps, then it's a matter of determining whether any particular hardware component is faulty or whether any cable(s) are loose or components are not fully inserted.
    • If you have another system, it's easier to do this by swapping components.
 

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Hello Casey. Sorry for the delayed response. It took me a while to get the old monitor back for testing. It seems, like we can rule out the dual monitor setup as a cause of the issue. I've tried all 3 bullet points and the result is the same - the computer goes to sleep, wakes (LED is on, fans are spinning) but the displays are staying black. I used only RX 580 ports.

What else can I try?

Just a reminder of the issue, here's a list of links where it was discussed:
One thing to add is I've noticed that after adding and then removing bluetooth drivers as discussed in "Clarifications of the problem", I can see a crossed out bluetooth icon in the dock (which I don't remember being present there before the manipulations with the bluetooth driver. Not sure if this could be somehow related.
I'm not an expert on monitors, so I didn't notice any issues. I've just checked on a completely black image (full screen, in a dark room). I did notice some bleeding around the edges, but I definitely wouldn't call it unbearable. I'm not experiencing any issues during the normal use. The speakers are loud enough for voice calls and watching youtube music, but obviously the sound is rather flat and not really appropriate for quality music listening. A cool thing is since I have two of those monitors, I joined the audio of both, so I'm getting a kind of stereo effect, which is not bad for monitor sound :)
Thanks for the reminder posts -- once again this is a model for how problems and follow-ups should be reported!

Because the monitors remain dark even in Windows after wake-from-sleep, I would suggest focusing on Windows first. Some suggestions:
  • If there's a "Reset" or "Factory Reset" function on the monitor (using the menu built into the monitor), then reset both monitors.
  • Now try sleep and wake with Windows.
  • If the problem persists, you are within your rights to report this to Philips because the problem is occurring on a supported platform.
 

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Hi, I am running Opencore 0.6.0 on Mojave 10.14.6 on Z390 Designare and my second ethernet port i219 is not working. I read the post 24235 https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/...olt-3-i7-9700k-amd-rx-580.267551/post-2159065 but I was unable to get it to work. Can someone explain how to enable Mausi 1.02 to work on Opencore to get my Intel I219 to work? Thanks
Please see this post and let us know if the problem persists:
 
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Hi, I am running Opencore 0.6.0 on Mojave 10.14.6 on Z390 Designare and my second ethernet port i219 is not working. I read the post 24235 https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/...olt-3-i7-9700k-amd-rx-580.267551/post-2159065 but I was unable to get it to work. Can someone explain how to enable Mausi 1.02 to work on Opencore to get my Intel I219 to work? Thanks

@mysticmerlin
Your post prompted me to look at the ethernet ports on my Z390 Designare. I'm running Catalina 10.15.6 and OpenCore 0.6.0. The lower port (or right-most when looking at the card horizontally) is working. It's reported as Intel I219. It uses the IntelMausi.kext.

The upper port (or left-most when looking at the card horizontally) used to work under Clover using the SmallTree-Intel-211-82576.kext that @CaseySJ had posted in this forum. This port is no longer working for me with this kext under OpenCore 0.6.0. System preferences reports the cable isn't connected. Switching cables with know good cables didn't help.

I never use that port so it's no real problem.
 
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