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    This is a Shocking Graphics Card Price from Newegg

    M1 already beats GTX 1050 Ti.:banghead:
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    How to install Windows 11 on Unsupported Hardware

    Rufus 3.16 Beta adds an option ‘Extended Windows 11 Installation (no TPM/no Secure Boot/8GB- RAM)’ that also bypasses the requirements.
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    Radeon Compatibility Guide - ATI/AMD Graphics Cards

    Unfortunately the list from Dortania doesn’t include R9 270. https://dortania.github.io/GPU-Buyers-Guide/modern-gpus/amd-gpu.html#r7-r9
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    Radeon Compatibility Guide - ATI/AMD Graphics Cards

    Besides my HD 7850 works for macOS out of box and is recognised as R9 270.
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    OpenCore Let's You Choose Windows 11 to Boot

    Yes I used the same tool to install Windows 11 on a MacBookPro9,2 this Thursday, and it can even install into a computer with Legacy BIOS.
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    OpenCore Let's You Choose Windows 11 to Boot

    Your builds are below the requirements of Windows 11. Did you use tweaks or tools to bypass? For me OpenCore can detect Windows 11 without problems.
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    [HOW TO] OpenCore 0.7.3 > 0.7.4 differences

    The post is finally released but still lacks changelogs. https://dortania.github.io/hackintosh/updates/2021/10/07/acidanthera-october.html
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    Can I update my OS?

    Your build can support up to macOS 11 Big Sur. You should try with a separate drive first.
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    [HOW TO] SecureBootModel changes in OpenCore 0.7.2

    Isn’t PTT an Intel technology for TPM?
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    [HOW TO] SecureBootModel changes in OpenCore 0.7.2

    Therefore, with OpenCore 0.7.4, and: UEFI Secure Boot disabled TPM 2.0 enabled (fTPM) Windows on my Z370 build has been upgraded to 11 without any tweak, and it can still receive updates. macOS 11 in the separate SSD is unaffected and still let me write this post.
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    [HOW TO] OpenCore 0.7.3 > 0.7.4 differences

    For config.plist, only those comments are added and their strings can be empty. Quite small changes this time.
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    [HOW TO] SecureBootModel changes in OpenCore 0.7.2

    Disabling UEFI Secure Boot may be risky too, like bricking Windows. I attempted to try loading OpenCore on a PC in office, but I gave up after seeing OC getting blocked and UEFI Secure Boot enabled.
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    [HOW TO] SecureBootModel changes in OpenCore 0.7.2

    I ran the latest PC Health Check app on Windows and my Z370 build fulfilled the requirements of Windows 11, but UEFI Secure Boot was disabled. If Windows 11 can run without problems when UEFI Secure Boot is capable but disabled, I won’t have any motivation to set anything related to UEFI Secure...
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    << Solved >> Problem Updating to Beta 7

    You posted this post after Beta 8 had been released.
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