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  1. macs_forever

    UniBeast: Install macOS Mojave on Any Supported Intel-based PC

    Hum... Last time I tried it was bad news but the X299 was pretty new back then.
  2. macs_forever

    UniBeast: Install macOS Mojave on Any Supported Intel-based PC

    Any plans for Multibeast/Unibeast support for x299?
  3. macs_forever

    First Build Advice

    The The ID should be the iMacPro1,1 because you have no provision for integrated GPU. All the X299 builds I know of are custom Vanilla builds created with Clover Configurator and KEXTs. I've never heard of anyone getting Multibeast to work with an X299 yet. What other Mac/Hack are you using...
  4. macs_forever

    On Location - Photographing all of the California Wallpapers in macOS

    I'll have to look at that one again. The cactus WAS the picture. Was there something in the background? :lol: Well played my friend :clap:
  5. macs_forever

    On Location - Photographing all of the California Wallpapers in macOS

    I thought Apple sold to the world. No reason the mountain series should be confined to CA
  6. macs_forever

    On Location - Photographing all of the California Wallpapers in macOS

    Cool but honestly... I have more important things to do with my life! If I was going to do something similar, I would get better pictures from Arizona :lol:. Commiepornia is a no-go zone these days.
  7. macs_forever

    First Build Advice

    16GB is best. Too big can cause problems too.
  8. macs_forever

    First Build Advice

    I much prefer air as well. The H100i v2 does a wonderful job but I worry about transporting it around. I would never use water in a Lanboy type of system.
  9. macs_forever

    First Build Advice

    Yes. In a X299 with i9-7980xe, 128GB of RAM, and Vega64 GPU. The HP EX950 replaced a Samsung 960 Pro ($275 vs $1250). The HP drive is slightly faster. So, yes. I used it in a very custom, difficult Hackintosh build.
  10. macs_forever

    First Build Advice

    If those SSDs are what you own, fine. There used to be a problem with the 970 EVO+, don't know if there still is. I own 2 - 2TB SSDs a 960 PRO and an HP EX950. The HP drive is faster for almost all scenarios and it is less expensive.
  11. macs_forever

    Need help build Hackintosh

    Spend the extra coin for a ASRock Z390M Pro4. Get Fenvi FV-T919 AC1750 Dual Band PCIE Desktop Wireless Adapter Most of the SSDs out there work well. Get HP EX950 SSD. It is faster. I have the 2TB version. Works great.
  12. macs_forever

    Need help build Hackintosh

    Use iMacPro1,1 for personality since it has no on-chip GPU. I don't know about B365 motherboards. ASRock Z370 and Z390 motherboards work very well.
  13. macs_forever

    AMD FIREPRO W7100 - Initial Testing on Mojave

    I like the Firepro/RadeonPro cards. I use the W7000 in one of my Hackintoshes. Works well enough
  14. macs_forever

    i7 8700k / z370 (Unstable)

    What are you using for heatsink/HS-fan/thermal paste? Some of your problems look like heat issues.
  15. macs_forever

    AMD RX480 Multi monitor support

    UEFI. I have a couple of older boards I support for cousins, son. I had to go to UEFI to get everything working even through they were beta UEFI BIOS. If you can get UEFI BIOS, try to work through it for your board. If not, Get try to get a used Z68 Gigabyte motherboard. Their Beta UEFI...
  16. macs_forever

    AMD RX480 Multi monitor support

    Sadly, No. I haven't had any issue with 3 DisplayPort based monitors. I run an HD-QHD-HD trio on an MSI RX580 card.
  17. macs_forever

    AMD RX480 Multi monitor support

    Your XFX card may work, but they've had a history of non-standard card designs that don't work on Macs. Many Hackintosh users avoid them.
  18. macs_forever

    Post macOS/OS X Geekbench Benchmarks

    Does it feel slower when you use it now? :lol:
  19. macs_forever

    Post macOS/OS X Geekbench Benchmarks

    Geekbench 4 score on overclocked i7-8700k
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