Fujitsu Esprimo P510 + OC + Big Sur

Fujitsu Esprimo P510 + OC + Big Sur

A successful build with OpenCore and macOS Big Sur on a Fujitsu Esprimo P510, that I picked up for 40 Eur 18 months ago. I added some RAM, upgraded the i5-3470 to i7-3770 and added a Quadro K2000. I was originally planning to sell this box to a friend who’s still rocking a AMD Sempron 2600+ (yes, that’s right), but he said he’s happy with his machine. So instead of selling this Esprimo P510, I’ve been using it as my main desktop since last July.

I followed the Dortania’s OpenCore install guide and got most of the things working on first go. I went for the prebuilt SSDTs, used iMac15,1 as the SMBIOS SystemProductName. The Conexant audio codec works with alcid=13, which is passed as boot parameter and for the Realtek RTL8111E, I used Mieze’s kext version 2.2.2, since v. 2.3.0 gave me odd connectivity issues. The system also restarted when waking from sleep, so I disabled sleep and hibernate features and didn’t debug further, at least for now. Also, I haven’ tested USB 3.0, but USB 2.0 seems to work just fine, so unless someone asks me to test the usb3 ports, I think I’ll just let them be.

In post install I generated the SSDT-PM.aml and added it to config.plist and removed -v from the bootargs. Didn’t bother with any eyecandy for the bootloader, since it works fine as is.

Overall, this was a painless build and the machine was bootable on the first try.

CPU: i7-3770

GPU: HP Quadro K2000 2GB

RAM: 16Gb DDR3 1600MHz

Motherboard/Laptop Make and Model: Fujitsu D3171 Intel B75

Audio Codec: Conexant CX20642

Ethernet Card: Realtek RTL 8111E

BIOS revision: V4.6.5.3 – R1.30.0

Which of the guides on the sidebar you used. Dortania’s OpenCore Install Guide

What's working, and what isn't working.

- GPU works

- Audio works with AppleALC, alcid=13

- Ethernet works with RealtekRTL8111.kext v. 2.2.2

- Sleep is broken out-of-the-box

- USB 3.0 untested

Picture of Kexts, Drivers and ACPI folders

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