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RP05 is thunderbolt : I am attaching old but full SSDT from start over three years ago but unfortunately the XHC devices are missing, maybe this will help you for other PCI devices.
 

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I checked the numbers :

- SSDT-EC-USBX :
{
"kUSBSleepPowerSupply",
0x13EC, = 5100 Decimale
"kUSBSleepPortCurrentLimit",
0x0834, = 2100 Decimale
"kUSBWakePowerSupply",
0x13EC, = 5100 Decimale
"kUSBWakePortCurrentLimit",
0x0834 = 2100 Decimale
})

- USB.kext :

View attachment 506361

So they match, as expected

With this for all USB devices : XHC2, XHC3, XHC4, XHC5 (GC Titan Ridge) and XHCI.

That means that we could do without SSDT-EC-USBX and have SSDT-EC instead

I attach for Asus X299 Prime Deluxe MacPro 7,1 SMBIOS :

- Big Sur X299PrimeDUSBMacPro.kext ( ASMedia.kext no more required )
- Catalina X299PrimeDUSBMacPro.kext
- SSDT-EC
- SSDT-XHC
- SSDT-XHCi
- SSDT-TB3HP-TTR (for chip no flashed)

I tried adapting the properties for the Sage II and I've noticed the XHC2/3 controllers disappear from Hackintool on reboots. Noticed the same on R6EE.

Screen Shot 2021-01-27 at 12.01.37 PM.png


The ports still work so I'm not sure if they even need mapping since they are on their own controller and below 15 anyway.
 
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I tried adapting the properties for the Sage II and I've noticed the XHC2/3 controllers disappear from Hackintool on reboots. Noticed the same on R6EE.

View attachment 506468

The ports still work so I'm not sure if they even need mapping since they are on their own controller and below 15 anyway.
And did they still work ?
 
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And did they still work ?

Ports work but they dont show as HS01/SS01/HS02/SS02. They also don't appear in Hackintool. Have you ran into this? Just a reboot will cause it to disappear
 
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Ports work but they dont show as HS01/SS01/HS02/SS02. They also don't appear in Hackintool. Have you ran into this? Just a reboot will cause it to disappear

No problem on my ASUS Prime Deluxe , but annoying ;

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Yup looks like same issue. Notice that XHC2/3/4 aren't being populated in Hackintool and HS01/HS02/SS01/SS02 aren't showing under the XHC devices in ioreg. So not sure if we even need to map them?

The USB ports work but some problem

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And I prefer USB-MAP-master , not fun from the other multi-tool ;)
 
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I am about to upgrade my system to BigSur. Can someone please share an OC 0.65 EFI folder for an Asus x299 Prime Deluxe mainboard. My CPU is an i9 7900X, Sapphire Radeon Vega64, TitanRidge Thunderbolt, WiFi/Bluetooth Broadcom Card built according to @kgp's guide?
Thank you
 
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