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post #2051 of 2057 (permalink) Old 07-10-2020, 04:23 AM
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Me either. I do use lubuntu for htpc but this Catalina is so stable. Might even try Big Sur next week to convince wifey to settle for a Ryzentosh for next build instead of buying a Mac.
Lol, I'm happily un-merried but last Mac I had was Lisa. I heard that Mac OS is not working on 3rd gen Ryzen, just like W7 was a dog to install after 1st gen Ryzen, I had it running on 1600x but never after, just too much hassle.

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Lol, I'm happily un-merried but last Mac I had was Lisa. I heard that Mac OS is not working on 3rd gen Ryzen, just like W7 was a dog to install after 1st gen Ryzen, I had it running on 1600x but never after, just too much hassle.
I've seen others with Ryzen 3000 running Mac OS. I'm thinking of trying out on my R5 3600, since i already have the boot loader. should only take a half hour tops. The community seems faster than Linux for support.

They already have Big Sur running on Ryzen and it is still in beta.

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I've seen others with Ryzen 3000 running Mac OS. I'm thinking of trying out on my R5 3600, since i already have the boot loader. should only take a half hour tops. The community seems faster than Linux for support.

They already have Big Sur running on Ryzen and it is still in beta.
I haven't even tried How do you go about it ?

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I haven't even tried How do you go about it ?
I followed this guy's guide. I suggest do it on a separate/spare drive with Win10 on it. The files needed are in the description.


Here is the actual installation after creating the boot loader.


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Hmm, might try one of these days.

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Ryzen was fine @4.35 in c20. @4.4 immediate black screen. im only giving it 100% power. might try higher and add into 1.45v from 1.401 with a + offset. does that sound reasonable?

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Ryzen was fine @4.35 in c20. @4.4 immediate black screen. im only giving it 100% power. might try higher and add into 1.45v from 1.401 with a + offset. does that sound reasonable?
Frankly I wouldn't go with that high voltage for long run even if cooling can handle it. Not sure how true it is but there are talks about silicone deterioration and BIOS/sensors lying about true voltages.

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