Coffee Lake UHD 630 Graphics - FrameBuffer Injection 0x3E918086 0x3E928086 for High Sierra

stefan33

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#41
Hi, I'm asking to understand... With High Sierra I was getting 1536 MB but now with Mojave same configuration I get 2048 MB... What does it means? Is it a trouble? And could it be because in the Bios I set:
Chipset → DVMT Pre-Allocated :128M or more.... And I set 1024MB?
 
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Edhawk

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#42
No it is not trouble, it is how the drivers Apple provided in High Sierra and Mojave allocate memory to the Intel GPU. The Mojave drivers simply allocate more memory to the IGPU than the drivers in High Sierra.

It has nothing to do with your bios settings either.
 

stefan33

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#43
Thank you so much.... I try to made another mini hack with z270 + i7-6700 (HD530) but i get only 18MB no acceleration... My EFI folder is the usual on this site for Mojave Clean Install... Any idea how can I get the full acceleration? I have done the step by step all...


Sky Lake Intel HD Graphics 530

  • iGPU:
    • AAPL,ig-platform-id: 00001219
    • And iMac 17,1 - 14,2 booth...
And with Asrock board I can set 512, 1MB ecc... of DVMT.
 
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