- Apr 13, 2012
- Asus WS X299 Sage/10g
- Vega 64
- Mobile Phone
As you know, I am still having trouble getting un-flashed success in MacOS with my Titan-Ridge card, so I assume I should make it work this way before considering flashing it with custom firmware. OR, is flashing the firmware make seeing the card on MacOS easier?If you haven’t, I would get a compatible WiFi/bt pcie card for handoff and airdrop, etc. Since the Sage does not have any internal usb 2 ports, I have some options listed in post 1.
For SMBIOS info you can either use GenSMBIOS or clover configurator. Do not use Open Core configurator to modify your config.plist since OpenCore is still in beta and things are changing constantly.
The thunderbolt card has to be plugged in to slot 2 on the sage.
If you look at kgps thread, he has instructions to get it working.
If you want to go a step further and flash your card with custom firmware, it’ll behave more like a Mac and support thunderbolt bus and local node. You can look in CaseySJ’s z390 designaire thread for more info.
Note flashing isn’t for everyone so if the regular kgp ssdt approach works for you and don’t need the extra functionality I wouldn’t flash.
I currently have two titan ridge cards in my hack with custom firmware
If I was considering flashing later, is it something that I can do from within windows or MacOS, or is it something you need special equipment to perform? (CaseySJ’s z390 designaire thread's really hard to track how to do the flashing for me!). I am asking you, @djlild7hina, as you said that you have two TB3s with custom firmware in your system, and there are a couple of TB3 hardware devices I would like to use in my Hack. If you have any shortcuts here, please let me know.
@djlild7hina, THANK YOU FOR ALL OF YOUR GENEROUS HELP SO FAR!