Umm no I have to disagree on this, they are not left over code. They are specifically marked RENOIR_A0, PICASSO_A0, RAVEN_A0, RAVEN2_A0, VANGOGH_A0. These are not Intel + AMD combos, they are AMD APU codes (as far as I am aware). Plus I have recently tested booting Big Sur on my Atari VCS...
I can try and help.
Not sure if the admin is aware of this, but very recently we discovered that macOS does indeed support certain AMD APUs according to this list, since Catalina 10.15.4:
I have checked...
For anyone interested there is a fix for Photoshop 2021 here > https://github.com/jewcbox/AdobeAMDFix
There's also a MKL and Intel Fast Memset Patch from mikigal here which helps fix most Adobe apps > https://github.com/mikigal/ryzen-hackintosh
Okay. With the device-properties in place using STRING type, try to add another line in like this:
but instead, once filled in move this line to just after AAPL,slot-name, and move the model name line to the bottom of the list. Load order of the keys...
I just realised - rechecking the posts, the line with the long value I posted in my initial posts was actually for key 'device-properties' not 'device-id'.
That may be where you went wrong.
So you'll need to redo the lines like this:
Yes I realise that but in my experience it's fine 90% of the time (even on an AMD). Windows device-ids are mostly compatible with macOS ones.
Opencore Configurator I have to admit is a very handy tool. It's been able to identify a number of devices I've added in the past so it shouldn't be a...
Almost forgot the most obvious solution...check your Windows Device Manager settings and see what comes up for the hardware device id. Whatever that comes up you need to put it in reverse byte order in the EFI as device-id.
Okay how about this. Run Opencore Configurator, but use the version that fits your current version of OC (as later versions do not mix well with earlier versions of OC config plists). Go to the Device Properties, delete your current Aquantia settings list on the far right and then using the List...
Okay. Your GTX780 is natively supported by Big Sur so should still work.
So, first make sure you've added in the latest AMD Kernels patches for your system. >
Second, make sure that Above 4G Decoding is enabled in BIOS. Also disable CSM and VT-d