- Mar 31, 2019
- GIGABYTE Z390 I AORUS PRO WiFi
- RX 580
Hi, I am managed to install with a Kingston SSD on Nucintosh then move it to GA Z390i, then configured it successfully with Multibeast, only small thing is not capable to get 4K 60Hz (reach to 30Hz only) on Monitor while getting full 4K 60Hz on Nucintosh and Windows 10 on the same machine.Hi, @thanhvo31 , I have read in several publications that they do not recommend the Plus version of thw Samsung 970 NVMe SSD, since there are problems in the installation, you should try to install the system in another ssSSDd, and then clone it to the NVMe, I have the 970 EVO NVMe SSD version, it worked wonders.
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Hi, that if possible if you do not have a GPU, if you use only UHD630, you can use the PCi port for a Fervi card that will provide native bluetooth and wifi.
Hi @thanhvo31 , thanks for sharing your experience, I'm glad you could successfully complete the installation, I have not tried 4k with UHD630, with my Shappire Rx580 GPU if it works 4k at 60hz, I have another monitor that is an Asus with 144hz, but I only I took 75hz, I was researching and apparently it was the adapter, I had it with HdMi, I changed the cable for a DVI, and now I can select 120Hz and 144Hz, apparently it was the HDMI problem.Hi, I am managed to install with a Kingston SSD on Nucintosh then move it to GA Z390i, then configured it successfully with Multibeast, only small thing is not capable to get 4K 60Hz (reach to 30Hz only) on Monitor while getting full 4K 60Hz on Nucintosh and Windows 10 on the same machine.
My question is whether you EFI is OK to 4K 60Hz.
By the way, my HD630 is allocated 1536 MB RAM
Edit: I added RX580 and get 40K60Hz natively.
Seem my UHD630 getting HDMI 1.4 only.
Thanks for the guide!
My hardware are almost like what you built.
I followed your steps strictly , but I met problems on step 7. I have no idea what I should do. I would like to use your usb mapping, can you describe more details for that?
One more thing, I physically removed the build-in WiFi card on the mobo. I bought the BCM943602CS WIFI/BT card and M.2 NVMe adapter trying to get WiFi/BT work. In the beginning, the BCM chip with adapter was installed on the back of the mobo. The system didn't recognize any WiFi module at all. I was so frustrated. But I tried to swap the BCM m.2 slot with the front m.2 SSD slot, wifi started working well (but no BT yet). Then, I swap them back just like the first install (front for SSD, back for BCM ), it worked well now (still no BT). How weird it is!
I am wondering BT had no function was caused from the USB mapping. Because the BT module on the adapter need to link to the USB 9-pin socket (two wires for Dx＋ and Dx-). Since I don't follow your USB mapping, the macOS can't recognize the BT module.
So, please help me to understand the step 7 USB mapping. Maybe the BT will hopefully work well.