- Feb 24, 2013
- ASUS WS X299 SAGE/10G
- Radeon VII
- Mobile Phone
You can't set negative offset by using -, negative offset is set by a normal multiplier in the negative offset box.
They just bump specced the iMac with RDNA, I wouldn't be surprised if they bump spec the Mac Pro like they did the iMac Pro too with newer parts. The base will probably be 10core and then they'll put RDNA2 GPUs on the base model because right now it's still Polaris. They have to make new MPX modules for every update.
That is weird. Sync All Core can't be turned on?
No idea, might be a bug in your BIOS. Never seen such a problem.
Figured it out I have to type the number literally over Auto. If I don't want any overclock do I still need to set this to 3 and 2? Thanks!
Just great !Because I still see a lot of people using value "0" on their scan policy; here's my method to get the proper value:
( Resulting in less crowded options in the Bootpicker )
Let’s say your config has Windows (NTFS) & MacOS (APFS) on Satas & NVMe Drives, but you’d also like to scan your USB for OS Installation purpose.
1- Enter your Calculator in MacOS ( to enter Programmer mode press: CMD+3 )
this window will appear:
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2- Without entering any numeric values, click on the desired binary value ( in front of the red arrow ) to switch it from 0 to 1 ( 0= False / 1=True )
By doing so the big Hex value will appear:
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Now we have:
FSL + DL+ APFS+NTFS+SATA+SAS/Mac NVMe +NVMe+USB. = 0x2B0903
0 + 1 + 8 + 11 + 16 + 17 + 19 + 21 = 0x2B0903
( Note that if the ESP Value = 0 ( Bit10 ) no EFIs will be scanned.)
3- Converting that HEX value to Decimal ( Any Hex Converter will do )
0x2B0903 -> 2820355
Your New Scan Policy is now: 2820355