Success: El Capitan to High Sierra in 2020, without conversion to APFS.
Used dosdude to download a copy of High Sierra.
Removed nvda_drv and Intel injection, drop MATS table, enabled NvidiaWeb
Installer boots and installs, restarting a couple times, took less than 30 mins.
I tried some aluminium foil which i think doesn't do much at all and damn right it didn't. The case is a Bitfenix Prodigy Black, metal case with front and top (removable) mesh. My monitor is a simple one that doesn't add any noise. Tested the power extensions which also didn't seem to add much...
Yes it does, the further away the better, but if it's still angled at the computer it will pick it up. I can't let myself be in a constant angle anyway so i'm just gonna have to deal with some noise.
Volume pot down will have zero noise.
Just disabled the C states and EIST and i'm getting better results. Keep in mind that i'm using a hi gain amp sim with a guitar plugged in to test as i've been living with this since forever and finally decided to see what I can do about it.
turned it down to 125Hz on my razer...
Thanks a lot! Can confirm its working with UAD Apollo Twin Mk II Quad
Gigabyte H170M-D3H - BIOS was always at F5
El Capitan 10.11.6,
Gigabyte Alpine Ridge Rev 2.0
Instructions for Alpine Ridge Rev 2.0
1. put the card in, with the cables attached and all
2. setup the BIOS ->...
I had the same issue as you guys except I had the latest version of El Capitan.
I had to go into Clover Config to remove one of the kexts that was causing the issue. I can't remember now but it might have been the AppleIntelE100 kext. Then i was able to boot into installation.
That was last...
I would still recommend an SSD... probably makes your installation and booting sequence way faster than a normal hard drive.
The USB stick you're creating is the product of many forerunners here who helped develop everything so you could just "inject" Mac OS into a brand new system easily.
1. Yes I just bought the i5-6500 and it comes with a fan and heatsink with thermal paste pre-applied on the heatsink.
2. You should be able to use any SATA drive, i prefer SSDs because they are much faster.
3. You should be installing El Capitan using a bootable USB. Unibeast will set this up...