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

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Would someone mind taking a look at my system? I'm having kernel panics I can't quite figure out. I just did a clean opencore installation with 10.15. It seems to always happen with Safari but even when I never open it if I'm working on music production in Ableton sometimes the graphics will just stop but the audio will still be going. After a minute or so all of the usb drives will disconnect which shows the error for the drives disconnecting but that is the only thing graphically that will happen once the cursor freezes. Thank you for your help!
 

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Intel just released new Ice Lake Xeons that are rumored to be in the next Mac Pro, and it has Thunderbolt 4 support. So here’s to hoping :)

EDIT: https://videocardz.com/press-release/intel-launches-ice-lake-xeon-w-3300-series-with-up-to-38-cores
That would be interesting. In the current Mac Pro, discrete Thunderbolt controllers (8 Gbps PCIe x4) are used near the Thunderbolt ports (Mac Pro top and Mac Pro I/O card). Thunderbolt 4 from the CPU will need to take a longer path at 20 Gbps x2. Probably Apple will do away with the I/O board? The MPX modules are all still Thunderbolt 3 only except the ones that don't have Thunderbolt ports - those will have their 4 DisplayPort outputs wired to the integrated Thunderbolt controllers of the CPU? But wait, Thunderbolt from CPU usually uses integrated GPU for display port inputs, therefore the MPX modules still need the two discrete Thunderbolt controllers...
Or is Apple going to make MPX modules that only work with the new new Mac Pro?
 
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Strange thing — I ran into several freezes when waking up from sleep. Freezes on login screen. Latest OC and EFI from HackinDROM.
Here is console messages before waking up and force reboot:
Jul 31 01:38:03 Dmitrys-iMac-Pro com.apple.xpc.launchd[1] (com.apple.mdworker.shared.1A000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000[2701]): Service exited due to SIGKILL | sent by mds[95]


Jul 31 01:38:03 Dmitrys-iMac-Pro com.apple.xpc.launchd[1] (com.apple.mdworker.shared.09000000-0300-0000-0000-000000000000[2702]): Service exited due to SIGKILL | sent by mds[95]


Jul 31 01:39:04 Dmitrys-iMac-Pro com.apple.xpc.launchd[1] (com.apple.TrustEvaluationAgent.system[2693]): Probabilistic Guard Malloc-enabled process exited: com.apple.TrustEvaluationAgent.system


Jul 31 01:39:39 Dmitrys-iMac-Pro com.apple.xpc.launchd[1] (com.apple.xpc.launchd.domain.user.501): Service "com.apple.xpc.launchd.unmanaged.loginwindow.172" tried to register for endpoint "com.apple.tsm.uiserver" already registered by owner: com.apple.TextInputMenuAgent


Jul 31 11:12:04 localhost bootlog[0]: BOOT_TIME 1627719124 0


Jul 31 11:12:26 localhost syslogd[63]: Configuration Notice:
 
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Please have a look here:
It's also necessary to create an ACPI --> Delete entry for the existing DMAR table. If you need help with that, just post your modified SSDT-DMAR.

Update: Added this link View attachment 525834to the spoiler at the top of Post 1:
Here is my SSDT-DMAR file after I deleted the reserved section. Can you calculate the Delete entry for me?
 

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@StefanAM
What OS are you running? Latest Big Sur? I have experienced random freezes when running the stock F11o and the modified F11o you provided. What I experienced is very similar to what some of the Designare folks have been experiencing in the latest stock bios version. These freezes seem to be on the later releases of MacOS. I was on 11.4 when I first experienced the freeze with the stock F11o. Then not long after, I tried your modified version and experienced the same thing. I'm wondering if it is a conflict with the patched thunderbolt firmware I'm running, or if it's a result of something changed in the newest version of MacOS and latest Gigabyte bios. Currently running stock F11m with zero problems. Our hardware is very similar except you're running AR with stock firmware.
 
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@StefanAM
What OS are you running? Latest Big Sur? I have experienced random freezes when running the stock F11o and the modified F11o you provided. What I experienced is very similar to what some of the Designare folks have been experiencing in the latest stock bios version. These freezes seem to be on the later releases of MacOS. I was on 11.4 when I first experienced the freeze with the stock F11o. Then not long after, I tried your modified version and experienced the same thing. I'm wondering if it is a conflict with the patched thunderbolt firmware I'm running, or if it's a result of something changed in the newest version of MacOS and latest Gigabyte bios. Currently running stock F11m with zero problems. Our hardware is very similar except you're running AR with stock firmware.
Apart of possible Thunderbolt issue, if you have NVMe, try this:
 

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