- Apr 18, 2011
- ASUS WS X299 Sage/10G
- Radeon Pro W5500
- Mobile Phone
macOS 11.3 Beta 4 update went well
Thanks good to know!Worst case you can just disable the onboard NIC in BIOS and put in a Aquantia 10G card for $50 or something. It's going to use the same amounts of PCIe lanes anyway, so you don't lose anything. I guess it's less "aesthetically pleasing" but once you have that card in there you're never going to remember if it's the onboard NIC or a PCIe card haha
I didn't understand what you're looking forHey Everyone. I have been using a Fatal1ty X299 Professional Gaming i9 motherboard with 3 1080ti's and stuck on High Sierra for while using clover. been a little while since I updated this machine. Recently my rendering software has started using Metal GPU support so I am looking to move to Big Sur with this rig and a couple of Radeon vii's
within the last month i updated a different i7 machine to Open core, so I am a bit firmilar and would like to update this other one to Open core also. My question is whether anyone has any insight into this x299 Asrock board ( with has a 10G nic that i couldnt get a copy of 10.6.3 update the firmware so never worked) or whther maybe I should see if I can score a Asus x299 Sage 10G which a lot of you seem to be using. I am seeing one for $600
What is the consensus about the Gigabyte X299X Aorus Master? I'm really needing a mobo with 3 m.2 slots ideally, but I'm not clear if there is a BIOS issue or not (or if it's been addressed by O.C.)?
Any advice is much appreciated.
If the Gigabyte is a no-go...how about the Asus Prime X299- A II?
there is a Gigabyte x299 thread in the Catalina section I believe.
Funny, I keep getting bounced around. The users in that thread suggested that I ask the question here, and now users in this thread are suggesting that I ask in the other thread -- fun!
My main concern is regarding the newer X299-X boards which apparently have some issues with booting when USB devices are connected, as well as other issues concerning overclocking.
It's a sad state of affairs when it comes to Motherboards currently, there seems to be a shortage of just about most models except the more expensive ones.
Anyway -- if anyone is running a Skylake-X on any of the Gigabyte boards with a good degree of success, I'd love to know!