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Make sure to connect a TB Device and then check.
It doesn't change anything. No matter what I set TB card only shows up when I'll set PCIEX16_2 or PCIEX16_3
 

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It doesn't change anything. No matter what I set TB card only shows up when I'll set PCIEX16_2 or PCIEX16_3
Install it in Slot #5. Reset BIOS. Set it up again. Verify the card functionality under Windows.
 

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Install it in Slot #5. Reset BIOS. Set it up again. Verify the card functionality under Windows.
I've tried that and it didn't make any change.
 

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I've tried that and it didn't make any change.
That's weird. In such case, install it under Slot #3 and adapt the address changes.
 

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Ok, so I've got it all working and I'm closing my *post.
 
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Ok, so I've got it all working and I'm closing my thread.
This thread was not posted by you. You only made a post!
 
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Ok, so I resolved my first problem to get my TB Card even work and now it does, but I'm having a different issue now. When I'm putting my computer to sleep and then trying to wake it up without any USB device connected to TB card it kernel panics on me and restarts, but when sth is connected it normally resumes. Specs: CPU: i9-10980XE, Mobo: ASUS WS X299 Pro, TB Card: Gigabyte Titan Ridge 2.0, macOS: 10.15.7, OpenCore 0.6.9.
 

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EliteMacx86

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Ok, so I resolved my first problem to get my TB Card even work and now it does, but I'm having a different issue now. When I'm putting my computer to sleep and then trying to wake it up without any USB device connected to TB card it kernel panics on me and restarts, but when sth is connected it normally resumes. Specs: CPU: i9-10980XE, Mobo: ASUS WS X299 Pro, TB Card: Gigabyte Titan Ridge 2.0, macOS: 10.15.7, OpenCore 0.6.9.
- Enable Thunderbolt USB and Boot Support.
- Remove ThunderboltReset.kext
 

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- Enable Thunderbolt USB and Boot Support.
- Remove ThunderboltReset.kext
Sadly, it didn't change anything :C I think it's a USB related problem, because it only occurs when no USB device isn't connected to the card. BTW is it proper path or should I make another SSDT for it? And is it important to connect Titan Ridge to USB 2.0 Header on my mobo, because I have only 1 header and it's occupied by my bluetooth card?
 

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