Mojave on X99 E5-2696v4. Need help!

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Re: Mojave on X99 E5-2696v4. Need help!

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Messaggio da kingkong89 » ven ott 05, 2018 3:17 am

oK will try working on it.
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Re: Mojave on X99 E5-2696v4. Need help!

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Messaggio da kingkong89 » ven ott 05, 2018 12:59 pm

Fabio, I think I'm going to upgrade to X299..... X99 is just too much of patches to work with....
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Re: Mojave on X99 E5-2696v4. Need help!

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Messaggio da fabiosun » ven ott 05, 2018 3:40 pm

When I have had your same system I have optimized it using only 3 mandatory patches or KernelXCPM flag (I preferred 3 patches state)

1)fakecpuid
2)Brumbaer IOCPIfamily kext patch
3) Pikeralpha reboot fix kernel patches

And this should be valid also for you

Obviously with my I9 7980Xe now I have eliminated all of this and system starts pretty vanilla
So it is up to you the choice :)
Remember all it is possible also to use your actual DDR4 ECC in new X299 (official specific is not true for Asus X299 Sage (not latest bios) and for Gigabyte Designare EX (bios F2 and F3)
I have talked with gigabyte technical service and they say with latest bios is not possible to use anymore Rdimm etc DDR4
In these days DDR4 is a pain to buy..and there are no advantages in performance if you use ddr4 @2133 or @4000...
Due High TDP you will need of a liquid cooling system to have a nice OC if you want
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Re: Mojave on X99 E5-2696v4. Need help!

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Messaggio da kingkong89 » mar ott 09, 2018 12:19 pm

Ok thanks!! I'll study into the hardware.
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Re: Mojave on X99 E5-2696v4. Need help!

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Messaggio da kingkong89 » gio ott 11, 2018 4:10 pm

Hi Fabio,

Thanks for the information!!

I have finally able to boot with just three patches, without the KernelXCPM. It was some kext in my old 10.13.6 kext folder. I had help from KGP on the PCI implementation, also his kext on a X99 board, and the hack is working very well now. I want to thank you for giving my the lead on the XCPM, I did learn something about patches and fundamental of computer stuffs. Being a person totally an alien to IT and computer programming, your input really helps a lot!
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Re: Mojave on X99 E5-2696v4. Need help!

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Messaggio da fabiosun » gio ott 11, 2018 4:31 pm

Hi @kingkong89
thank you for your comment
follow us if you can, and if you want try you can create a custom SSDT for your USB in a very simple way
check in Guide section
:)
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