No, I do not think so. Did you address the path of the device (Titan Ridge) in the "DeviceProperties" of the config.plist file
If so, the information should appear in the thunderbolt information of the system.
I wanted to test Big Sur. I started from zero for the creation of my EFI because it must be under OpenCore 0.6.4.
I recreated this EFi under Open Core 0.6.4 with as a comparison the old EFI (OpenCore 0.6.3)
The result is beyond my hopes.
I have partition in two my Nvme on which was...
and here is my whitelist Mmio.
the day before still does not work.
For the thunderbolt, I got it wrong because I have some strange info. It is recognized on the USB-C ports at ridiculous speeds for the Blackmagic interface 4k and my Raid Promise, I do not see it but it is well mounted with the...
I haven't benchmarked yet. I have yet to test the true speed of Thunderbolt 3
I'm sure it's at least 20Gbps as I find exactly the write / read speed with the Blackmagic disk speed Test on my Promise Pegasus 2 than on my 2013 MacPro.
Sorry AMDPUSH, I am not using any Steinberg software :)