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Thunderbolt Hotplug with Gigabyte GC Titan Ridge 2.0 on MacOS Ventura (Upgrade from Catalina)

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So i am using a Gigabyte Aorus Z390 Pro mainboard.

I am planning to upgrade from MacOS Catalina to Ventura.

My challenge is to keep my Thunderbolt working because it is a productive envrionment and i cannot afford to have it in a non working state for more than 2 days.

On my mainboard i installed the GC Titan Ridge 2.0 in PICe slot 04.

At the moment I have Thunderbolt 3.0 hotplug working on Catalina with SMBIOS iMacPro1,1 and SSDT-Z390-RP21-SLOT4-TB3HP.aml, so i can use my UAD Apollo Interfaces.


Will this be possible to do in Ventura without having to flash the firmware of my GC Titan Ridge 2.0?


I have already mapped my USB-Ports and created a USBPorts.kext so i dont have to do it when Xhci port limit stops working.


Thanks for your help!





Gigabyte Aouros Z390 Pro

Gigabyte AMD Radeon RX5700XT

Intel i9 9900K

Gigabyte GC Titan Ridge 2.0 Thunderbolt

BRCM Wifi / Bluetooth Adapter

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Need test if work or not after that with no apple firmware

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