Booting to black screen after Update
Sys def: iMac 17,1
IGFX as initial display
No graphic kexts applied.
Tried GFX0 to IGPU, fake ID for 6700k and RadeonDeInit with no luck.
Works when I boot with my USB-Installer EFI, which has iMac14,2 as System Definition. But then it shows 2x...
After I replugged a pin on my wifi-card, I get a kernel panic during start up although I haven't changed anything in clover or in my config file.
panic(cpu 0 caller 0xffffff8xxd56e339): Kernel trap at 0xffffff7f8ffa1e30, type 14=page
Things I already tried:
- Reset Bios → kernel...
I'm stuck at a very strange problem. I have installed the High Sierra Beta (Public 1) and everything works fine now except one strange issue: I can't get my RX580 to output 4k at 60hz on a specific monitor (Monitor A). I've tested the same settings on a different monitor (Monitor B)...
I installed the High Sierra Beta 2 (17A291j) a couple of days ago and so far almost everything works OOB (RX580, HD 530 Sleep/Wake,…).
There is just one thing that won't work whatsoever. I tried multiple tutorials and kexts, but I can't get the system to show USB3.0 external Hard...
I just built the machine. Windows 10 ist working flawlessly maybe a bit hot that's why I ordered some fans.
Mac runs but I need to enable the Rx 580 or internal GPU. Already managed to get the prohibited sign once :lol:
I ordered all of the parts and they're probably coming on Friday.
I went for:
Gigabyte Z170N-Gaming 5 (the wifi board throttles CPU)
Intel Core i7-6700K
Crucial Ballistix Sport LT 16GB
2 SanDisk Ultra II 480GB
I also got a BCM94360CS2 + Adaptor
I'll let you know...
Your dual-gpu setup could be the problem. I've read that a lot of people have a problem with FCPX Playback and dual gpu. You've already posted a youtube video with a solution in a different thread.
If that didn't help, I don't have any other solution.
Yes, this isn't surprising.
ProRes is a completely different codec. Intel Quicksync works only with h264 (and h265. depending on your processor) encoding. (as far as I know!)
That's why you probably get a better performance with ProRes on your Hackintosh than on your Macbook.
Final Cut tends to use the CPU over GPU. Especially when you have nvidia installed. AMD Cards would have worked better for fcpx.
And the reason why your projects export faster on your MacBook is Intel quicksync
I'm currently trying to convince my dad to go for a hackintosh that I would build and set-up for him, rather than an iMac, Trashcan or even the old 2014 Mac Mini.
He currently uses a 2011 Mac Mini for his daily business and recently moved from analog photography into digital photo...