So, I have a X570 TUF Gaming WiFi with a RX 5500 XT graphics card. It's a vanilla AMD install.
I upgraded monitors and I'm running a 2560x1440 and a 3440x1440. Everything is doing well. I tried to go into BIOS, I get the splashscreen with the 'press F2 or delete to enter BIOS'. But, when I do...
That would be great, is there a day/time that they're likely to do the drops?
It seems that they could do a pre-order system instead of having a weekly server architecture test by having everyone refreshing pages at the same time.
So, willfully obtuse it is.
If you recall, this all started with a reply to you saying
'IMO, it makes no sense for any company, rich or poor, to support products they don't sell.'
And now you post the list of compliant video solutions that apple supports. Meaning, apple supports the...
Look, I don't know if you're being willfully obtuse or not...
Apple sold macs. They sold them with system software and design it to be compatible with published standards. They support their device and software to be compatible with other people's things. Like a hard drive, or a ram dimm. Or...
That's the point. Apple sells a computer that they make compatible with third party apps because it makes people want to buy their computer. Companies make their things compatible with other peoples things because it lets them sell more things.
they're not supporting other company products, they're supporting their own product to be compatible with standards that allow it to interact with other company products.
that's like saying they you don't know that apple sells computers that use software from other companies.
I don't see a preorder option-it would beat the hell out of flying to china if I could find one.
Edit-good news, I have an account, unfortunately its with American Medical Devices. If anyone has an idea how I can get one with the graphics card AMD I'd be happy to hear.
So, I'm running an older hack, still on 10.13.6 because of my nvidia graphics card. Been planning a new machine, probably going to try an opencore AMD system once Zen3 comes out. And even with the update from apple on moving to Apple Silicon I'm still going to do it. First, because its fun to...
Do any of you know if you can install Mojave directly over Sierra? I've skipped High Sierra so far, but might be cornered into upgrading, was thinking of just skipping High Sierra since we're late in the game here.