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  1. Feartech

    OC: Failed to load configuration!

    maybe one of these: https://www.tonymacx86.com/buyersguide/building-a-customac-hackintosh-the-ultimate-buyers-guide/#Graphics_Cards
  2. bjay77

    The 4K Dell OptiMac - 9020 MT - Core i7-4790 - Radeon RX 570 - LG 4K IPS Monitor

    Thanks Stork, I have already checked that and searched for the GMYLE one but it looks to be out of stock everywhere. I'm in Australia so that doesn't help. Do you know if they still make them? I was hoping someone had found a bluetooth 5.0 dongle that worked as well out of the box, cheers
  3. Stork

    The 4K Dell OptiMac - 9020 MT - Core i7-4790 - Radeon RX 570 - LG 4K IPS Monitor

    @bjay77, there are several Bluetooth USB adapters listed in the Buyer's Guide: https://www.tonymacx86.com/buyersguide/building-a-customac-hackintosh-the-ultimate-buyers-guide/#Accessories I've previously used the GMYLE Bluetooth 4.0 Adapter to success.
  4. F

    Unable to upgrade to/clean install Monterey. Appears to be CpuTscSync.kext

    Apple has dumped support for all nVidia GPUs in Monterey. The best option, going forward, will be an AMD Polaris class of GPU, or greater. The AMD RX 580 is a good choice, in the lower end of the pricing spectrum, otherwise there are many supported graphics cards listed in the Buyer's Guide...
  5. erwinhayamz

    Will my Nvidia Graphics Card work with macOS ? List of Desktop Cards with Native Support

    Thank you for your fast respon, so i'll upgrade my graphic card. I assume my existing motherboard & processor are fine if go to Catalina, of course if only i get a new Kepler card right?
  6. trs96

    Will my Nvidia Graphics Card work with macOS ? List of Desktop Cards with Native Support

    Welcome to late 2021 ! Lots has happened in macOS since 2012. Fast new NVMe SSDs, many new macOS features and way better security for your hackintosh. Enjoy the upgrade to Catalina.
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    12.0.1 version repeated 5 min boot up delay named ALUC

    Forgive what may seem an unnecessary question, but just to clarify, you're saying that the Kingston you have is a normal SATA SSD drive, is that correct? - NVMe drives are also called SSD. I personally use Samsung 860 EVO SATA drives which, apart from long being recommended, serve me...
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    General NVMe Drive Problems (Fatal)

    For the sake of clarification, without delving into nitty-gritty details: The TRIM issue is evident only with a range of NVMe drives. Your 980 PRO may (or may not) be among them. The SSD Hall of Fame at Dortania's bugtracker keeps a modest list of drives known to be affected, and those known to...
  9. trs96

    M.2 NVMe SSD

    We did a Steve Jobs style revision job on the SSD section of the guide. There used to be about 15 different Samsung NVMe drives in that section. After 12.0.1 was released many of those drives started having 5-7 minute long boot times. Completely unacceptable. Monterey exposed the TRIM bug in...
  10. UtterDisbelief

    M.2 NVMe SSD

    Short reply, succinct and to the point! I continue to learn from you master! :lol: Instead I ramble on and on and on and get nowhere fast ... !
  11. Feartech

    M.2 NVMe SSD

    yes: https://www.tonymacx86.com/buyersguide/building-a-customac-hackintosh-the-ultimate-buyers-guide/#Solid_State_Drives
  12. F

    << Solved >> No graphic acceleration with Asus GTX 670 on Monterey

    To add to P1LGRIM's comment: The GeForce Kepler Patcher, and the Buyer's Guide list of supported Graphics Cards. Cheers.
  13. F

    General NVMe Drive Problems (Fatal)

    A wise move. If you look at the Buyer's Guide, you'll notice that the Solid State Drives section has been updated with only those known to be working without issue. That's probably a good place to start.
  14. F

    Extremely slow 6-7 minute boot time with Monterey 12.0.1

    Should this thread be merged with General NVMe Drive Problems (fatal)? https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/general-nvme-drive-problems-fatal.316546/
  15. trs96

    New SSDs added to the recommended list of the Buyer's Guide

    If you are planning on buying a new SSD for a build or replacing an older drive in your current build, this is some important information you should know about. https://www.tonymacx86.com/buyersguide/building-a-customac-hackintosh-the-ultimate-buyers-guide/#Solid_State_Drives vit9696 had...
  16. trs96

    Extremely slow 6-7 minute boot time with Monterey 12.0.1

    New SSD section of the Buyer's Guide is now revised to remove all NVMe SSDs with TRIM problems with macOS. Remember to click through the links to help out the site. Doesn't cost you anything extra. TIA...
  17. UtterDisbelief

    Big delay during boot

    Two ways - 1) Very bottom of the webpage, links for: "Home Activity Rules Contact Us Contribute". 2) Or in the forum: Site Suggestions. :)
  18. F

    Big delay during boot

    I should think someone with administrative access to the site would be best, or failing that, at least one of the moderators. It's probably a good idea to warn people of the issue, I agree, especially considering that it's been [6?] months, without any joy. Or, at least, promote the Working...
  19. tedyun

    Big delay during boot

    @macntosh - the Buyer's Guide for the SSDs should probably be updated. I went off of this when originally choosing my NVMe. I wonder who we contact to raise these concerns.
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    asus z170-deluxe no Bluetooth or GPU

    You may find this link concerning NVidia Compatibility informative, albeit not in a positive way. Look here for a list of supported graphic cards (The RX 580 is widely supported). Regarding Bluetooth: There are solutions, dependent on the chipset. You will need to identify that before anyone...
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