- May 10, 2021
- Gigabyte Z690 Aorus Elite AX
- RX 6900 XT
Correct, and that answers your other question.I ended up reading all the pages in this thread, and from what I found, there is no way to enable the 24 threads (8p+8e+ht) using Opencore + macOS, does that right?
If you have a CPU-specific SSDT-PLUG-ALT, macOS only sees and uses P-cores and their hyperthreads but not the E-cores, even though these are enabled in BIOS. Windows 11 sees and uses all cores, and thus gets an extra 3k of multithreaded performance from the E-cores.Hey Bro, but in W11, i get this results 2k/16k.... only on macOS 2k/13k...
If this is long, read this:
The topology section says "3 Processors, 24 Cores". I think that they are set up to emulate virtual 3 CPUs of 8 P-cores, 8 HTs, and 8 T-cores.
Look for Casey's Z690 build in Golden Builds. It's OpenCore based. I doubt that anyone will be using Clover with a Z690 system. It's probably not even ready yet. OC is a much better choice right now.
Perhaps, the user with 16k geekbench score has a much faster DDR5?