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Z490 ITX Guide

Z490 ITX Guide

Build Guide

Maximum details including showing step-by-step assembly and installation of components:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1XeUu0YcV2JjsxzpEYQL7mAyqkdN7Q0TTLC6gSsfxzC4
Includes BIOS settings, semi-verbose Opencore config.plist settings, and USB port mapping.
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Pictures

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Background

Welcome to Papadiche's Z490 Hackintosh Guide!
I'm a professional music producer and audio engineer who requires an immense amount of computing power. My finalized sessions routinely run 200+ tracks, of which 50+ are virtual instruments, with over 800+ plugins. My preferred DAW is Logic Pro X, but I also use REAPER, Ableton Live, and Pro Tools (rare for me).
I built my first Hackintosh in 2009, using an incredibly corrupted version of Snow Leopard. Though I produced an EP on that machine, it was anything but stable. In 2013 I joined Clean Team and bought a maxed-out Late 2013 MacBook Pro. That became my new professional machine until retirement in early 2018 when I rejoined Shadow Team: Intel i7-7700K / ASRock Z270 Fatal1ty Gaming ITX/ac / 32GB 2400MHz RAM / nVidia GTX 760 2GB. The increase in performance was immediate and substantial. When working with clients, I had total confidence that we could get through our recording sessions without System Overload warnings and crazy temperature throttling. While this was true during general production, projects later in development would consistently max out the processor. Two years later, I upgraded: Intel i9-9900K / ASRock Z390 Phantom Gaming ITX/ac / 64GB 3200MHz RAM / Sapphire Pulse RX 5600 XT 6GB. Oh man the ceiling has been raised! And yet... still about 50% of my projects overload when they're in the final rendering stage. Okay one more upgrade...
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Motherboard Selection

Model Good ACPI CNVI Unlocked Good VRMs C14S Fit Wi-Fi Fit
ASRock Z490M-ITX/ac ✔️ ✔️ ✔️
ASRock Z490 Phan ITX/TB3 ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ❌ (flex?)
Gigabyte Z490I ITX ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ✔️
ASUS Rog Strix Z490-I ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ✔️
MSI MEG Z490I Unify ✔️ ✔️ ✔️
Only ITX sized motherboards were considered since I re-used my NCase M1. Considering I required both M.2 slots for M.2 SSDs, having an unlocked CNVI Wi-Fi port was a must. This narrowed my search down to only the ASRock boards. Of the two, I read that not only does the Z490M not have good VRMs, but its CPU socket is also located 10mm further north than on the Z490 Phantom Gaming ITX/TB3... this meant the top panel of the NCase M1 wouldn't close with an NH-C14S installed!
The choice was made for me: ASRock Z490 Phantom Gaming ITX/TB3
Note: If you want Thunderbolt 3 support in the ITX form factor, only the ASRock Z490 Phantom Gaming ITX/TB3 and MSI MEG Z490I Unify have TB3 onboard. Both use the full-width 40Gbps, full-power 2.4W Intel JHL7540 TB3 chip. CaseySJ on tonymacx86 has proven this chip to be extremely well supported on macOS and has nearly-native capabilities including hotplug. Check out his posts for more details!
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Hardware

Optional:
Do note that the BCM94360CD has MHF2 connectors whereas the BCM94360CS2 has MHF4 connectors. They are different sizes and not interchangeable! MHF2 is a somewhat non-standard connector for PC Wi-Fi cards, whereas MHF4 is the standard laptop connector for mobile Wi-Fi cards. The antennas linked above contains MHF2 cables and therefore work perfectly with the BCM94360CD; if you opt to go with a different Wi-Fi card, double-check its connectors and triple-check the Wi-Fi antenna cables and connectors to make sure they fit!
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Things that don't work 100%:

  • FAT32-formatted USB storage devices do not reconnect after Sleep, even with the Jettison app installed.
  • All other USB storage devices require the Jettison app installed to eject correctly. I have confirmed that having RAM clocked above 2133MHz, such as enabling an XMP Profile in the BIOS, has no effect on USB storage devices ejecting incorrectly with Sleep. I was only able to get USB storage devices to eject properly when the RAM was set to the XMP profile with over-voltage of 1.40v and clock-capped at 1600MHz. Using any of the standard, stock RAM profiles resulted in incorrect ejection, as did the unedited XMP profile.
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Things that work 100%:

  • Shutdown
  • Restart
  • Sleep (Recommended: Disable Power Nap)
  • Native NVRAM
  • Audio
  • USB Sleep ejection and remounting (with Jettison app)
  • Thunderbolt 3
  • All USB Ports
  • Wi-Fi
  • Bluetooth
  • Ethernet
  • iCloud
  • iMessage
  • AirDrop
  • Continuity
  • Handoff
  • Dark Mode
  • Find My Mac
  • 8K Video Playback
  • Starcraft 2
  • Netflix DRM
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Overclock

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Considering the Intel i9-10900K is notorious for being an overclock-able CPU, I tried every combination imaginable with Fixed Voltage and eventually wound up with the highest scores and best thermals with the following settings changed from stock:
2 Cores @ 5.3GHz
10 Cores @ 5.0GHz
AVX Offset : Auto
Cache Ratio : 4.5GHz
FCLK Frequency : 1GHz
CPU Tjunction Max : 100
Max Long Power : 200
Long Duration Maintained : 128s
Max Short Power : 350
Max Amps: 255.75
VCore : Auto
LLC : Level 3
DRAM Voltage : 1.400v
RAM Profile : XMP Profile 1
RAM Frequency : 3600MHz
RAM Timings : CL 18-22-22-38
These settings raised the CPU's Cinebench R20 scores by 15-20%, and the CPU's Geekbench 5 scores by 10-15%. Thermals were increased by about 5C over stock in most working scenarios. VCore is 1.32v average over 2+ hours of benchmarking. VCore jumps to ~1.43v for very short periods of time. Cache Ratio (frequency) is rock solid at 4.5GHz, reasonably stable at 4.6GHz, unstable at 4.7GHz, and refuses to boot at 4.8GHz.
Update 2020-08-10: I ended up reducing some of the frequencies and instituting an AVX Offset of -3 after lots of stress testing and two weeks of work. Very occasionally (about once every 100 uptime hours) macOS would lockup and the front power light would alternate blue and red flashing. According to the motherboard's manual this means the CPU or RAM has hit a fault/error. In my case, that means the Overclock was too aggressive in some random aspect(s). I've updated the settings in this post to reflect my most recent BIOS. Hopefully we're all stable now! I will further update/tweak if system instability continues to be an issue.
Update 2020-08-18: Seven (7) full days of uptime including Sleep for 8+ hours every night. Perfect stability through multiple nights of benchmarks, continuous and strenuous workloads, and multiple nights of Sleep. Removed any AVX Offset and reset to 2 Cores @ 5.3GHz and 10 Cores @ 5.0GHz. Average 1.33v over 10 hours of stress testing. For more information, screenshots, and a BIOS .BIN load file, check out the Google Docs link at the top of the guide!
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Geekbench 5 Benchmark

https://browser.geekbench.com/v5/cpu/3252163
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CPU Single Core Score Multi-Core Score
Intel i9-10900K 1470 11300-11700 (4.8GHz to 5.1GHz)

https://browser.geekbench.com/v5/compute/898838
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GPU Metal OpenCL
Sapphire Pulse RX 5600 XT 61000 52000
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Cinebench R20 Benchmark

CPU Score
Intel i9-10900K 6550-6700 (4.8GHz to 5.1GHz)
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Logic Pro X Performance

200 Tracks with the standard NewLogicBenchmarkTest. No thermal issues as the CPU peaks at around 85C.
CPU Number of Tracks
13" MacBook Pro 14
15" MacBook Pro 35
iMac18,3 100
2013 Mac Pro 110
Intel i9-9900K 158
Intel i9-10900K 190-201 (4.8GHz to 5.1GHz)
2019 Mac Pro (3.2GHz 16-Core) 310
In normal use I can render 300 Tracks with 800+ Plugins and 500 Voices (from Virtual Instruments) at 75% CPU load and 65C with around 38dB of fan noise. Quiet enough to where the computer could be in the vocal booth, and minimal-to-zero noise would be heard through the microphone. Very happy!
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Temperatures

CPU temperatures are better than any other case I've used! When under >75% heavy processing for extended periods of time, the CPU hits 80C with the fans running at full speed. For normal workloads, the CPU temperature will top out at ~70C with fans running at 50% speed.
Idle: 40 C Load: 70 C Max: 100 C
GPU temperatures peak at 60C under Geekbench 5 testing, and 65C while rendering 8K video. While I originally have the GPU connected to the bottom case fan nearest the front panel via CRJ to 4-Pin PMW Adapter, I found that it rarely spun due to the Fan Stop feature in the GPU's BIOS. I have since used another 4-pin PWM Y-Splitter off the "CPU OPT" fan header to permanently spin the front case fan.
Idle: 35 C Load: 60 C Max: 70 C
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Noise

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In the BIOS, I set up identical custom fan profiles for the "CPU FAN," "CPU OPT," and "CHASSIS" outputs. VR Fans are set to the "Silent" profile. In my case, I have the "CPU FAN" connected to the Noctua NF-A12x25 intake fan on the Noctua NH-C14S CPU Cooler, the "CPU OPT" connected to the 2x Noctua NF-A12x15 intake fans mounted on the side panel/radiator rail + the bottom front case Noctua NF-A12x25 exhaust fan, and and the "CHASSIS" connected to the rear Noctua NF-A9 exhaust fan + the bottom case Noctua NF-A14 exhaust fan (which comes originally installed on the Noctua NH-C14S). The custom fan profile is as follows:
Temperature 1 : 20
Fan 1 % : 20
Temperature 2 : 50
Fan 2 % : 30
Temperature 3 : 60
Fan 3 % : 40
Temperature 4 : 70
Fan 4 % : 50
Critical Temperature : 80
This fan profile provides the same thermals as the Performance settings but at lower noise levels than the Silent settings. Full Speed results in a 5C CPU temperature reduction across the board, and eliminates any thermal throttling. The CPU will throttle on the consecutive runs of Cinebench R20 with my custom fan profile. For me, that's acceptable since in real-world use thermal performance is plenty acceptable.
At idle, the fans are whisper quiet at around 35dB. For normal 50% CPU loads, the fans spin up to around 38dB. Under difficult process loads, the fans spin as loud as 43dB, and for absolutely all-out maximum 100% CPU loads, the fans get up to a loud 50dB. Unless you are cryptomining or rendering long movies/videos through the CPU, your fans will stay in the "whisper quiet" to "reasonably quiet" range. Pushing the computer to be "loud" was something I did simply to ensure it would typically stay quiet, and to verify how loud it would get if somehow pushed to maximum loads.
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Install EFI Creation

Use the standard, up-to-date Opencore guide: https://dortania.github.io/OpenCore-Desktop-Guide/
Audio and Ethernet were particularly tricky, and not covered in the Opencore guide.
AUDIO One BIOS change and one edit in config.plist are required for perfect audio:
BIOS -> Advanced -> Chipset Configuration -> Onboard HD Audio : Enabled ( do not leave as "Auto" but do leave Front Panel : HD )
... DeviceProperties Add PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x1F,0x3) layout-id Data 0B000000 ... ... ... 
ETHERNET Ethernet requires the LucyRTL8125Ethernet.kext since ASRock went with a Realtek 8125 chip instead of a standard Intel chip for Ethernet support. Within config.plist add the appropriate Kext entry:
... Kernel Add BundlePath String LucyRTL8125Ethernet.kext Enabled Boolean True ExecutablePath String Contents/MacOS/LucyRTL8125Ethernet PlistPath String Contents/Info.plist ... ... 
Make sure you install the appropriate kext ( LucyRTL8125Ethernet.kext ) within your EFI folder and Ethernet should appear under System Preferences -> Network! Then you'll need to select Ethernet, click Advanced, click Hardware, and Select Configure : Manually with Speed : 1000baseT and wired internet should connect. With Configure : Automatically selected, as is default, wired internet will not connect. Verification can be made by viewing the Ethernet port on the back of the motherboard and inspecting the lights; no lights on means the port is not active.
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Aside from Audio and Ethernet, follow the Opencore guide exactly and you'll be golden!
My short-hand guide with settings specific to this exact hardware configuration can be viewed at the Google Doc Build Guide link above. USB port mapping is also covered in the Build Guide.
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Daily EFI Creation

Starting from the above EFI, do the following:
SSDT EDITS/ADDITIONS
ACPI

... ACPI Patch Comment String Rename PEGP to EGP0 (Graphics) Enabled Boolean True Find Data 50454750 Replace Data 45475030 TableSignature Data 45475030 ... ... ... 
BOOT-ARGS
DEVICEPROPERTIES

... DeviceProperties Add PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x14,0x3) acpi-wake-type Data 01 ... ... ... 
KERNEL
  • Under Quirks -> XhciPortLimit : NO
MISC
KEXTS
PLATFORMINFO

Here is how your EFI folder should look when all finished:
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Improvements

Improvements
  • None at the moment! :)
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Previous 9900K Build : https://www.reddit.com/hackintosh/comments/gl8xrv/i99900k_64gb_3200_rx_5600_xt_silent_imac_pro/
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I stole this build from someone else who had around the same budget as myself. I'm still not sure what video card to go with, and I have about $500 left in my budget. If you can recommend a video card in that ballpark, or even changes to the build I'm all ears!
What will you be doing with this PC? Be as specific as possible, and include specific games or programs you will be using.
  • Many AAA Games. Probably going to spend a lot of time on Cyberpunk 2077 and Call of Duty Warzone/Black Ops Cold War, to be specific. I imagine for the time being those would be the highest-end games I intend to play, at least this year. If possible, I'd love to get games like those to run at 60 fps, 1440p (or higher). Aside from gaming I may be using the PC to use the newest version of Ableton Live, a program that recommends 32gb-64gb of ram or more. I'm okay with 32gb.
What is your maximum budget before rebates/shipping/taxes?
  • $1450 ideally. $1600 if necessary
When do you plan on building/buying the PC? Note: beyond a week or two from today means any build you receive will be out of date when you want to buy.
  • Will be buying parts on the 30th, building as soon as possible
What, exactly, do you need included in the budget? (ToweOS/monitokeyboard/mouse/etc)
  • I have no existing parts (unless you include a monitor and headset). Will be needing a tower, Windows 10, keyboard and mouse
Which country (and state/province) will you be purchasing the parts in? If you're in US, do you have access to a Microcenter location?
  • Seattle, Washington, USA
If reusing any parts (including monitor(s)/keyboard/mouse/etc), what parts will you be reusing? Brands and models are appreciated.
  • I have no parts
Will you be overclocking? If yes, are you interested in overclocking right away, or down the line? CPU and/or GPU?
  • I don't entirely understand overclocking, but I'm willing to do anything to get my games to look great at at least 60 FPS.
Are there any specific features or items you want/need in the build? (ex: SSD, large amount of storage or a RAID setup, CUDA or OpenCL support, etc)
  • I liked the idea of having both SSD and non SSD. I've heard the practice of using the SSD space for the OS and important programs was useful, so I went with it. Aside from the SSD, I'd like to have at least 2tb of storage. Also requesting 32gb of ram (or more if you think I need it).
Do you have any specific case preferences (Size like ITX/microATX/mid-towefull-tower, styles, colors, window or not, LED lighting, etc), or a particular color theme preference for the components?
  • Honestly no preference. I'm okay with cheap/minimalist, I don't need any flashing lights or anything.
Do you need a copy of Windows included in the budget? If you do need one included, do you have a preference?
  • Windows 10 needed
Extra info or particulars: To clarify, I'm not final on the parts in the pcpartpicker link from above. But if you think the build is good, I guess all I'd really need is a recommended video card. I am okay with changing the parts in the list as long as I have around the same amount of storage, ram, and hopefully don't go over my budget of $1450. I hope that all made sense. Any help would be VERY appreciated, this is all still new to me.
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