Well at least native 2k/4k will work, and when drivers are in, I should just be able to swap to latest. I suppose until then I can work on getting dual boot working and getting Mojave installed. The video you linked was super useful for getting HS on. Could you direct me to next steps to...
This is most helpful, thank you. So you're saying that even if I find a way to go from High Sierra to Mojave (since apparently it's difficult to just install Mojave directly), I will be unable to use the same drivers that High Sierra uses for the 1080ti?
I would hope that you are wrong, sir! There's an 18 page thread on my motherboard: https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/solved-the-dreaded-asus-z10pe-d8-ws.200758/page-18 and someone seems to have figured it out, but they never posted their config files... I reached out, hopefully they'll reply.
Would really be curious if I could get some pointers for my setup:
2x Xeon E5 2699v4
128gb DDR4 2400Mhz ECC ram
Intel 750 SSD (I'd like to install on this)
iRST Raid 10 with 4x 10tb HDDs
Samsung 840 PRO SSD
RME HDSPe PCIE AES audio interface
Nvidia GTX 1080ti