- Dec 10, 2010
- Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Elite
- Mobile Phone
100% it'll use the new hardware device IDs based on NAVI 21 XTXH, which aren't in apple drivers yet. unless they were added in beta 3I Just ordered this:
Experience an Overclock Gain, Superb Cooling and ARGB Enhancement on the New NITRO+ AMD Radeon™ RX 6900 XT Special Edition An elevated NITRO charged gaming experience with exciting fresh features Key features: Dominant Boost Clock up to 2365 MHz and Game Clock up to 2135 MHz Paramount Tri-X...videocardz.com
Think it will be compatible?
Well that's a bummer.100% it'll use the new hardware device IDs based on NAVI 21 XTXH, which aren't in apple drivers yet. unless they were added in beta 3
EDIT: just clicked that link it is XTXH, it won't work unless apple updates driver for them
It has dual bios so attempting a bios flash is less risky. It might be feasible to flash it to the XTX version bios.Well that's a bummer.
I'm up for anything. I have the Liquid Devil Ultimate, which is one of the earlier XTXH versions.A few attempts at faking the device ID have not worked yet. Anyone with the XTXH version that wants to test a fake ID? Let me know there are a few tricks not tried yet that may get it working. It really depends on how different the bios and drivers are from the reference models. Big Sur is a tough nut to crack when it comes to injecting fake IDs.
Use Hackintool to generate a PCIe devices plist.I'm up for anything. I have the Liquid Devil Ultimate, which is one of the earlier XTXH versions.
Find attached two plist's. One where I booted without the new GPU and one where I booted with it active.