Suggest reading this thread as they have similar motherboard you have. They have older config.plist and you can compare it with your current config.plist to see the differences. You have many options enabled which is not needed and that could cause problems...
OpenCore doesn't load any kext or acpi before config.plist. Everything is enabled/disabled in config.plist. If you don't have kext defined in config.plist then it won't load even if you have kext in the EFI folder as it will be skipped over. Clover loads everything in EFI folder even it's not...
- OpenCore itself is EFI driver while Clover is built on top of EFI driver.
- Quicker bootup
- More stable than Clover
- Supports encrypted drive
- More modular than Clover
- OpenCore have Documentations support. There is no documentations for Clover so you're left to guess what the options...
There will be no GUI themes for OpenCore as the devs have no interests in creating one. I agree with the devs as it is not necessary and it just makes OpenCore bloated and buggy. So, it will be left to 3rd party devs to create one.
You can modify the ScanPolicy to only scan or show certain...
I've used my own real mac's serial number with my hack before. I stopped using it because it will only show real mac's SMBIOS info and not the generated correct SMBIOS for the hack. It also caused stability issues as well.
I have same Apple ID for one mac and couple hacks with no problem.
I doubt it. It's more likely changing the serial number formats. Apple could have shut down the serial number checker on their website and force the customer to call or visit their Apple shop to check the serial number or macOS will have limited functionality due to invalid serial number like...
There are newbies who have zero experience how to do hackintosh so they need the tools to help them to get started. That's why I suggested posting the codes on github so the community can update it quickly.
It looks like Tonymacx's main MultiBeast/UniBeast developer is missing. It's probably time for Tonymacx to post the code on GitHub for the community to update it.
BTW, it's very easy to make one yourself as there are many guides on how to do it without Unibeast.
Does your monitor display anything with your 1080 video card at boot before loading macOS? Be sure to remove GT 120 first.
Best to try on Windows to confirm your suspicion if its definitely hardware failure.