- Feb 16, 2012
- Gigabyte Z690 UD DDR5
- RX 560
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
In my case from BIOS 20a it does not see Thunderbolt settings, you had these settings in the menu at BIOS 21?Wonder if anyone can help. I seen that recently Gigabyte have released a updated BIOS for my Board, which is a Z690 UD DDR4, fitted with a Maple Ridge TB4 Gigabyte card. 64gb ddr4 ram, Asus Strix RX 6600 XT 8gb.
The board was running a F7a BIOS, with VTD enabled, Resize Bar Enabled, secure boot disabled, fast boot disabled, Serial port disabled, Thunderbolt enabled, with the recommended settings from Caseys posts about TB add in cards and Z690 chipsets. I have also compiled a lot of Custom SSDT's for USB port mapping, TB etc
Now i backed up my bios, and saved my settings into a file on the flash drive. Updated the bios to the latest and greatest F21 with support for 13th gen Raptor Lake, and instant 6GHz. this went fine, but when i either tried to import my settings from previously OR enter them by hand, the machine will not boot Mac OS. just the apple logo, and no loading bar shows at all.
When going through the BIOS they seem to have added a lot of overclocking settings, but have removed a lot of the thunderbolt related settings. only having a single enable/disable toggle now. so you cannot go in and tweak further settings.
Has anyone else got this board, and updated to the F21 BIOS? and managed to get it to boot Mac OS? I have reflashed it back to the F7 Bios as it turned out the backup i made "was not a recognised bios file" and thankfully it booted after hand entering the settings again.
I would like to get this resolved as id like to pick up a 13th gen early next year. and perhaps a new GPU if any of the RX 7000 series cards will work in Mac OS.
Saving the settings only works with the BIOS on which they were made.