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Z390 Build. Is Hibernate a reality?

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Thanks to your help here (I'll be sending paypal soon), I have the following system working quite nicely

Gigabyte Z390 AORUS PRO WIFI

Intel Core i5-9600k

32GB DDR4-3200 (G.Skill)

Sapphire Nitro+ RX590 Special Edition

Samsung 970 EVO NVMe (1TB)

I originally had a lot of issues getting Mojave working - I finally tracked it down to the initial NVMe drive that I had installed. It was a Samsung 970 EVO PLUS NVMe (512GB). Apparently the MacOS NVMe drivers aren't compatible with the new 970 EVO Plus yet.

I have all the USB ports working after some time with Hackintool. I found a patch that was supposed to extend beyond 15 port limit, but it doesn't seem to work, so I had to disable HS support on several of the USB3 ports - not really a big deal, but it would be cool to get them all functioning 100%.

Everything seems to be working from a graphical standpoint, including the Ultra HD630 IGFX.

I notice that when the machine goes to sleep it is still consuming 50-60W which is about the same as it does when it's awake and fairly idle. I would like to get hibernation working. I took a few stabs at it today and I did get it to hibernate several times (down to ~2W overall consumption), but it wouldn't fully awaken. One time it woke up and started using about 130W but it was unresponsive otherwise. Another time, after some tweaks, it woke up but the RX590 didn't seem to wake up with it. I was able to remotely mount the filesystem through filesharing, but I couldn't open the screen remotely.

Is this something that can be achieved with the Z390 platform now, or am I wasting my time?

If hibernation is something that can work, can somebody please provide a few pointers as far as what I need to do in the clover config? Otherwise I won't waste any more time on it.


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