AudioGod's ASUS ROG STRIX X570-E GAMING - Big Sur & Monterey Beta - OpenCore 0.7.4 EFI

marinekev88

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Does anyone see any issue running a RAID 0 storage drive configured from the board RAID controller? My main drive is a Samsung 970 EVO 1T, and I have a 2T ( 2x1T 870 SSD's ) RAID.... From the OS perspective (at least my experience with Linux and Windows) it should look like just a second drive? Anyone played with this before?
 

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Does anyone see any issue running a RAID 0 storage drive configured from the board RAID controller? My main drive is a Samsung 970 EVO 1T, and I have a 2T ( 2x1T 870 SSD's ) RAID.... From the OS perspective (at least my experience with Linux and Windows) it should look like just a second drive? Anyone played with this before?
Cor Blimey, I’ve not used RAID on anything but a server in years and years and years so I have no idea about using it in MacOS. I personally can’t see the point of using RAID0 on NVMe drives so I’ve never attempted it. Sorry :(
 

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Hi everyone!

If you want to execute some apps on Windows 11 with secure boot enabled, just follow this guide until replacing UEFI keys (not this last part):


BIG THANKS TO profzei!

However, for our motherboard, we don't need KeyTool at all. Enter BIOS, go to Boot->Secure Boot->Key Management and do next steps:
PK Management -> Set New Key -> No -> (Choose your PK.auth file location) -> Authenticated Variable -> Yes
KEK Management ->Set New Key-> No -> (Choose your KEK.auth file location) -> Authenticated Variable -> Yes
DB Management -> Set New Key-> No -> (Choose your DB.auth file location) -> Authenticated Variable -> Yes
DBX Management -> Set New Key-> Yes

Note: Do not forget to replace generated .efi files and modified config.plist to your EFI folder.

Now, OpenCore, so Windows 11 too, can boot with Secure Boot enabled.
 

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You don’t need to do any of that,
You can just go into the bios and clear the keys and it will work perfectly on win11 and macOS.
That’s what I do and have always done
 

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You don’t need to do any of that,
You can just go into the bios and clear the keys and it will work perfectly on win11 and macOS.
That’s what I do and have always done
I haven't said that win11 won't boot with cleared keys. What I mean is there are some apps (such as Valorant game) that won't execute unless you have the (stupid) keys set.
 

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I haven't said that win11 won't boot with cleared keys. What I mean is there are some apps (such as Valorant game) that won't execute unless you have the (stupid) keys set.
Name some apps other then Valorant and il try that out now buddy?
I’ve not come across anything that doesn’t work to date personally.
 

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That’s not my cup of tea game wise but still I’m in and it’s working fine.
 

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o_O for me, when I clear all keys, it says TPM and secure boot must be enabled.

I will continue researching.

Thank you!
I have TPM and Secure Boot both enable just with the keys cleared. I basically haven’t touched my bios in anyway and just installed the game, restarted and then ran it and bam up it popped.
 

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I have TPM and Secure Boot both enable just with the keys cleared. I basically haven’t touched my bios in anyway and just installed the game, restarted and then ran it and bam up it popped.
mmm are you using win11? This is still curious for me.
 

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I know I know, both my home servers run RAID and when I built my PC years ago I decided I wanted one spare drive so I combined 2 ssds.... I mean I could just scrap the idea and actually use my NAS

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I don’t know why, but if I clear keys still can’t play valorant (yeah, call me stupid 🤣)

Same efi and same bios settings, but i have to say that it was interesting the tutorial (maybe for others can be used).

Anyway, now we have a “guide” to not clearing these keys. Who knows? Maybe in some future…
 

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I don’t know why, but if I clear keys still can’t play valorant (yeah, call me stupid 🤣)

Same efi and same bios settings, but i have to say that it was interesting the tutorial (maybe for others can be used).

Anyway, now we have a “guide” to not clearing these keys. Who knows? Maybe in some future…
Oh for sure very very handy indeed. Nice one on that front buddy. 👍
 

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Hi everyone!
After updating to Monterey RC 2 I have a problem with sleep. It automatically sleeps only the monitor, PC is running on. You can sleep only by command from the bar with the "sleep" command. In Big Sur everything worked OK. Some idea ? Thanks

Solved clean installation of Monterey 12.0.1 / OC 0.7.4
 
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vitorpvcampos

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@AudioGod I'm using your EFI, with the addition of bluetooth and wifi kexts to use the onboard ones, and I've followed the steps you described regarding BIOS setup. The system feels faster and more fluid (Big Sur), but sleep isn't working. As soon as it sleeps, it wakes up instantly. Any idea how to fix it? Thanks!

P.S.: The issue with Hyperx Quadcast S, which I mentioned yesterday in private message, seems to be partially fixed by using your full EFI instead of just the map. I say partially because sometimes it works well, sometimes it's the same problem.
 
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