@CaseySJ I can't find any solution to hack OpenCore to use a monitor at 144Hz. The funny thing is that I can't even refresh it and go back to normal at 60Hz, so now the monitor is useless.@CaseySJ I also have another issue with an MSI monitor 32" at 144Hz; when I switched to 144Hz, the screen went black and didn't refresh back to 60Hz, so I needed to reconnect the oldest monitor.
What can I do? Do I need any sort of hack/patch to make it work?
I also noticed that any setup from system preferences on the monitor acted weird, such as the night switch didn't work; any time I tried to make it warmer, the MSI monitor wanted to make it bright/white.
I would like to answer your question, but I still didn't find a way to connect the second monitor; since I reconnected it as the first monitor, so first I should solve the 144Hz issue. I would appreciate your help. Thanks
(I want to remind you that my graphic card is a Gigabyte RX 560 OC 4GB if that info is needed)
This is a macOS issue rather than an OpenCore issue. We can download and try SwitchResX, which has a 30-day trial period.
I think everything is running as it should be. Perhaps the reinstall helped (I tried another USB port at the back and the installation went smooth. It's running about a day now without reboots and problems.I will do this and report back. It seems like I got through the install screen, no reboot since oddly enough.
@CaseySJ, oh really? So nothing to do with Hackintosh The funny thing is that it not only can't switch back to 60Hz, but it also does not allow me to use that monitor anymore. Anyways, I will try SwitchResX. ThanksThis is a macOS issue rather than an OpenCore issue. We can try download and try SwitchResX, which has a 30-day trial period.