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
Okay, so I've had a look at your EFI. Seems you have a string of issues including not enabling a number of SSDTs required for your board such as SSDT-CPUR.aml.
Anyways I've made some adjustments and added some files from my working Catalina B550 Ryzen 5900X build including updating...
You need to upgrade to OC 0.6.9. to do so, as OC 0.6.4. is not going to cut it for 11.3.
You will also need the latest set of AMD Kernel patches. > https://github.com/AMD-OSX/AMD_Vanilla
You'll need to add those first back into your EFI before proceeding to reboot. You also may need to disable...
To boot Big Sur you'll likely need SSDT-CPUR & SSDT-EC-USBX-DESKTOP.aml in ACPI, OC 0.6.9, Lilu, Whatevergreen, AppleALC, VirtualSMC, USBPorts.kext and SMBIOS iMacPro1,1. No need for boot-args other than alcid for your soundcard.
For the Aquantia you could try this. Your PCIRoot...
How could I have missed this post?!
Anyways to answer your questions:
1) If your hack is waking up on and off that is seriously something wrong.
2) Opencore does write back to the BIOS UEFI table - and yes I've had this issue too when the OC is not fully set up. But Opencore 0.6.6 is also...
So I'd just done another bit of browsing online tonight, when I came across this!
1 - Disk Controller
EFI AMD RAIDXpert2-Fxx - 9.2.0-00087
OROM AMD RAIDXpert2-Fxx - 8.1.0-00046
EFI AMI NVMe Driver present
2 - Video OnBoard
EFI AMD GOP Driver -...
I believe it can work. I've already recently uncovered some AMD-specific ig-platform-ids which could benefit some of us.
You can try these out if you wish.
For Ryzen 1000/2000/3000 Vega 3 based systems:
Clover use in FakeCPUID: 810F81
CPU1Data: 810F8100 00000000 00000000 00000000...
Have you reached your 15 port limit? It seems you have. That’s why it’s not showing up. Because it includes USB 2.0 speed ports found on your USB 3.0 slots as well as internal slots for USB devices such as RGB controllers, which can total up to 20+. That’s why most of us omit the USB 2.0 ports...