- Jun 13, 2018
- Prime X299-A II
- i9 9980XE
- RX 6800 XT
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
Intel VT-d can be enabled in the bios if the OC quirk DisableIoMapper is set to True.Hey Everybody, I saw this in the BIOS Setup list:
5.) /Advanced/System Agent Configuration/
a.) Intel VT for Directed I/O (VT-d): Disabled/Enabled
So, am I supposed to pick Disabled or Enabled? I just left it on Enabled.
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks again, guys!
I changed my board to a Asus Sage x299 10G because it had NVRAM support. I'd look for a board that has this ... just makes life so much easier.Hi all,
I have a question about X299 motherboards.
As of today which is the best option as X299 motherboard?
Is the Gigabyte x299x Designare 10g rev 1 a viable option or not?
Thanks a lot.
I did use once the Asus Sage x299 NON 10G model. Great board.I changed my board to a Asus Sage x299 10G because it had NVRAM support. I'd look for a board that has this ... just makes life so much easier.
set: Kernel -> Quirks -> DisableIoMapper to True in your OpenCore config.plist.Thank you. Forgive my ignorance, where would I find the "OC quirk DisableIoMapper" to change it to "True?"