- Sep 18, 2013
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
Awesome, thanks for sharing! Maybe I'll try it in the future!@joanareis here is my Thunderbolt install.
Installing GC-Titan Ridge
I installed the Titan Ridge in the last slot (PCIEX4). I removed my NVMe SSD, and installed Windows on a spare SSD that I had. The rest are the steps I used to get it running;
View attachment 402059
- Booted into Windows, (let it do it's updates)
- Grab the Gigabyte GC - Titan Ridge drivers and install them
- Check Device Driver to make sure it's installed. (I can't remember where exactly, but it's nestled in there and it doesn't stand out)
- Then run the GC - Titan Ridge application, to test if it is working (I used this USB-C hub)
- Reboot and see if you have a Thunderbolt option now in the BIOS (It's under Peripherals)
- Reboot into Mojave and install the following two files into EFI->CLOVER->ACPI->PATCHED reboot (Please see below)
- Check About This Mac and System Report, then go to PCI (Should look like Image below)View attachment 402056
- Open IORegistryExplorer and it should look like the image below
None of this could have been possible without @CaseySJ. His initial AML I used was the RP21, he redid it for me as it was found in RP05 as you can see above. So, thank you so much Casey, for all the work you do. I hope this helps anyone with our mobo, that wants to use the GC-Titan Ridge.
kudos to @CaseySJ!!!!