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  1. Hi, I successfully installed macOS Sonoma on my Intel 10700k PC, however my desktop looks like this. I can't change wallpaper also, and safari show results only for a second than goes black. Also my system don't show any animations at all. Is this problem connected with no radeon GPU? I have a build in 10700k GPU and 3070ti https://imageupload.io/E86Q3KupqnvK0N3
  2. I have downloaded the Monterey Olarila from here The one described like this: --MONTEREY Olarila-- Monterey 12.4 with EFI folder for chipset series 300, 400 and 500 And then the EFI folder from here The one described like -Desktop AMD Bulldozer, Jaguar, Ryzen and Threadripper Download HERE What I don't understand is the part where I need some hex codes, where do I add them, it doesn't say anywhere in the guide, so I don't understand what do I do and where do I do this \ I reread the guides but I don't really understand it. So the issue I have with the EFI and the Olarila image is that when it's loading (after I clear the NVRAM), I get this screen: The letters that look bad are the ones from the boot, but that icon shows up and I see there are some black characters but I don't know what does it say, I can only see that there is an address that say support.apple.com/mac/startup but that's it. Am I missing something? My machine is not compatible? Thanks in advance for any help that you can provide.
  3. Link https://github.com/ChefKissInc/RadeonSensor The kext is based on FakeSMCs RadeonMonitor to provide GPU temperature to a dedicated gadget without relying on FakeSMC being installed and can therefore be used with VirtualSMC instead, or without either in a VM with GPU passed through. All credits for the code to read the GPU temperature go to FakeSMC/RadeonMonitor project. The design of the status bar is based on the AMD PowerGadget to fit together. GPU temperature and MacOS Starting with the Radeon VII, Apple stopped reporting the temperature directly, requiring kexts to step in and implement that feature. For Vega 10 and older, other tools can already display the GPU temperature without the need for additional kexts. Components RadeonSensor.kext: Required to read the GPU temperature and requires Lilu SMCRadeonGPU.kext: Can be used optionally to export GPU temperature to VirtualSMC for monitoring tools to read and requires VirtualSMC RadeonGadget.app: Displays GPU temperature in the status bar and requires only the RadeonSensor kext to be loaded Supported GPUs All GPUs starting Radeon HD 7000 series up to the RX 6000 series are supported. Credits FakeSMC3 SMCAMDProcessor aluveitie ChefKissInc
  4. Hi, does anyone know any method to make the AMD Radeon R5 M330 2GB graphics work? any fake id or kext? It surprises me that there is nothing at all.
  5. Hi guys, I'm trying to get my X99 a better running. It's working, but it lacks USB3.0 (only one port working) and probably has several possible improvements I couldn't make. The "Run Me" app report a IORegistry error and I don't know how to fix it. Anyway, the result is attached. I appreciate any help. Thanks! GA-X99-UD4 i7 5820k Crucial Ballistix 2400 GHz DDR 4 64 GB Radeon RX580 SSD m.2 Samsung 500GB Mojave 10.14.6 - Security Update 2021-006 Clover 5100 Send me GA-X99-UD4.zip
  6. Hello all, [If this post is in the wrong place I will gladly remove!] I've decided that it's about the time that I start a new Hackintosh build. My last build, Project Ageha, has served me well and to a certain extent continues to do so, but things have changed quite a bit and it can't keep up with my needs as of late. For my new build, I am shooting for a bit of a different setup compared to a traditional Hackintosh rig. What I am essentially wanting to do is build a Linux machine and will subsequently use virtual machines for macOS and Windows. The idea is simple enough I suppose, but I know alot of things have changed in the Hackintoshing space since my last build, so I am trying to bring myself back up to speed. Red Hat and Arch Linux are my flavors of choice, just fyi. My desire for this new build is that it would be my "work hard, play hard" machine. Part of my job requires that I create very demanding and advanced graphical renders of structures, sometimes quite large in volume. That said, time-frame is a big deal for me. The sooner I can complete one job the better, so I can move on to the next one. Also, on the side, I do some mid to high end hobbyist video editing with Premiere Pro and After Effects. I usually work with 4k60fps footage, and don't really see myself going above that for some time. Again, speedy render times are appreciated for this as well. I almost exclusively use macOS for the things I've listed above. Which would, of course, leave Windows for my "play hard". Gaming and other entertainment will be the primary function of the Windows VM. Now, for my ideal build to become a successful reality, I believe, hinges almost completely on the capabilities of two very important components. The CPU and the GPU. After doing only a surface amount of research, I have found that NVIDIA is effectively no longer a player in the game for macOS. Can't say that I'm surprised, writing was on the wall long ago imo. As further research detailed, however, I found that there is a way to use two different GPUs to accommodate macOS's restrictions. Enabling me to have my cake and eat it too, so to speak. I know that was a rather lengthy discourse to get to my question, but I wanted to lay some groundwork first so you know where my headspace is. So now, here's where I need some advice. Firstly, if I am not mistaken, for a build such as the one I'm shooting for, a beefy CPU is surely not only recommended but probably required. Since I want to run VMs, I was thinking the more cores the better, which caused my mind to automatically go to AMD's Threadripper. I saw that this was an overall not recommended idea, though technically possible. Not sure if there are any Xeons on the level of Threadrippers out there yet, but furthermore I am not sure that going with either of those options is recommended. So given what I've planned to use this new computer for, which CPU would be recommended? GPUs on the hand, I believe I have narrowed it down. For macOS I am between one of the following four cards. Radeon Pro WX 7100 Radeon Pro WX 8200 Radeon Pro WX 9100 Radeon Pro VII All seem to be right up the alley of what I'm looking for to do my work. And, if I'm not mistaken, they are all compatible with macOS. So, happy days there. I'm just not sure which I should pull the trigger on. Biggest areas of interest that they all differ are Compute Units(CUs), VRAM amount, VRAM type/speed, memory bandwidth, and memory interface. Not sure if I should just go balls-to-the-wall and get the Radeon Pro VII, which dominates in all said areas of interest. The word "overkill" comes to mind though. I don't think that there will ever be a time that I will make use of all of the 6 displays it is capable of outputting to though, 3 or 4 max. For Windows. I'm almost certainly going to use an RTX 3090, mostly because it is closely on hand (lucky me). Only reason I wouldn't is because of it causing some issue for the rest of my build. On a final note, I would like to know if it would be possible to run both macOS and Windows at the same time, given the proper hardware was in use. Not sure if I'd ever do this, but I was just curious. Extreme example: gaming while waiting for a render to finish. Again I know this is probably a far shot but just wanted to know. If you read all of this, thanks for bearing with my long-windedness. Hopefully it all made sense. Hopeful to hear your advice! -KingK TL;DR I am wanting to build a Hackintosh running Linux, macOS and Windows. Linux being the base of the machine, macOS and Windows will run in separate virtual machines. My job requires that I create demanding and advanced graphical renders, sometime large scale. I also do mid to high end video editing using Adobe software. I do all of this work in macOS. I use windows to game and for other entertainment. Please help me chose a suitable CPU and GPU for this build. Not sure what CPU to choose. My GPU prospects are: macOS: Radeon Pro WX 7100 Radeon Pro WX 8200 Radeon Pro WX 9100 Radeon Pro VII Windows: RTX 3090 (plan to use it since I have it unless it causes problems with the build) Thanks for your time.
  7. Hi everyone, I'd like to install macOS Catalina on my desktop PC (dual boot with Windows on two different disks) , but i haven't been able to find what i need to do it for my hardware. Here is my configuration: CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 2600X GPU: XFX AMD Radeon RX 590 Fatboy OC+ 8GB MoBo: Gigabyte Aorus B450 Aorus Elite RAM: 16GB DDR4 Corsair Vengeance LPX 3200 MHz I don't have no more any PC running macOS so i have to do all the things on Windows. I hope that someone who has the same build as me and has already done it can help me giving me all the files that i need and helping me with a personalised guide, thank you in advance!
  8. Pessoal, boa tarde. Me ocorre uma dúvida. Não jogo em PC faz tempo. Então nem quando uso Windows, preciso de uma máquina com performance "Gamer". Mas o meu setup atual até roda uns jogos no Windows. Mas não vem ao caso. Queria saber, no MacOS (Catalina/Big Sur), onde eu vejo o uso dessa diferença de VRAM, ter 4 ou 8GB numa placa RX580 ou RX5800? Aplicativos tipo Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere, LightRoom, Cinema 4D, etc. fazem uso dessa memória ou só do poder bruto de processamento do chip da placa de vídeo? Obrigado.
  9. Onygan

    AFOX RX 560D

    Tentei fazer um hackintosh com Mojave na seguinte config: Placa-mãe: GA-P35-DS3 Placa de video: RX 560D (RX 460 Rebranded) da Afox Processador: Xeon x5450 Antes eu tinha tentando fazer o hackintosh nessa mesma config so que a placa de video era um GTX 750 ti, eu estava tendo problemas de travamentos no sistema, decidi trocar a placa por uma da AMD e aqui estou com essa. Antes eu conseguia bootar no sistema mas ficava travando, agora nem isso consigo, após reiniciar e entrar na partição que ta o Mojave (depois de trocar o plugin de telemetria para 775), a tela fica cinza, o mouse aparece mas nada de sair dessa tela. Fiz a configuração do config.plist igual desse video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CUm7pLz37ZM somente trocando algumas coisas para a minha placa.
  10. Hi, for my desktop : z170 + i5 skylake + radeon rx580 : what graphics settings are best for me do you think ? inject intel and inject ATI. I tried both options in my config.plist and after reboot system seems to work the same (or i cant see no difference), but what should be the best thing to do ? i'm just wondering to understand and optimize . thx in advance.
  11. Hello ppl, I'm starting in a hackintosh world and i need a little help with my new GPU Sapphire Radeon RX 570 Nitro+. I'm using Mojave, the newest 2020 Olarila's image and was perfect with integrated GPU so now i got this new GPU RX 570 and i can't get success to install it without gliches. Can anyone help-me? In a clover configurator i tried many combination such as inject fake ATI id (0x67DF1002) on devices and in a Graphics: ✔️inject EDID Vendor ID: 1002 ✔️Load VBios ✔️Inject ATI ✔️RadeonDeInit Boot Arg: agdpmod=pikera
  12. Hi, I'm not entirely new to hackintoshing - I have my main desktop with HS Olarila setup, and now I'm also trying to hackintosh my Thinkpad Edge 15. While trying to boot the installer, it boots fine from Clover, and usually gets one or two seconds into verbose output and then freezes up with no panic or error, and usually in the middle of a line being printed, it seems to be random with no specific place where it is crashing. I've found it gets to HID Legacy Shim 2 or sometimes PCI configuration begin, sometimes PCI configuration end, it doesn't really have a specific place. I've attached three different photos of my screen after the crash. I've tried all sorts of EFIs, Clover configurations, tried the Olarila EFI on the actual USB device, all sorts of USB and ACPI patches, and even went as far as to install Olarila on the laptops drive in my main PC and then put the drive back in the laptop, to no avail. Crashes: https://imgur.com/a/EpqZK1w Specs are as follows: ThinkPad Edge 15 (0301-CTO) i5 540M (Arrandale) ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4500 4GB of RAM, 320GB HDD, with the latest BIOS update I could find. Any help would be appreciated, thanks!
  13. O próximo PC Mac da Apple poderá chegar com configurações da fabricante AMD, tanto processador quanto a placa de vídeo. Novos rumores sobre o lançamento do produto apontam que o computador deve custar algo em torno de US$ 5.000 e será alimentado por uma CPU AMD Ryzen e GPU AMD Radeon. A Apple estaria testando uma nova configuração que pode resultar em um Mac "gaming", caso especulações estejam corretas. AMD deve passar Apple como maior cliente da TSMC para componentes de 7nm em 2020 De acordo com os trechos de código encontrados no macOS Catalina 10.15.4 beta, várias APUs da AMD foram detectadas, o que indica que a Apple poderia estar usando a tecnologia AMD para sua próxima linha de PCs Mac. Essas APUs, obviamente, seriam usadas em notebooks das linhas MacBook e MacBook Air para aumentar o desempenho do hardware dos produtos. Mas os códigos também sugerem que arquiteturas Ryzen e Navi estão sendo testadas para futuros computadores, talvez focado em jogos. No mercado, a AMD está oferecendo seus processadores Ryzen a um preço mais barato do que sua concorrente Intel. Por conta disso, e também considerando a crescente popularidade da AMD, é esperado que a Apple possa optar por processadores do "lado vermelho" e apostar também nos gráficos da mesma empresa. Apesar de serem apenas especulações, devemos ter certeza das escolhas da Apple para sua próxima linha Mac ainda no primeiro semestre de 2020. Fonte: Adrenaline
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