I am trying to add the acceleration to the UHD 630 of my 9900k but it doesn't work. It says Intel UHD 630 7mb (7mb... :D). I followed the steps for the Hackintool that I saw here but it's not working: I get a black screen. I have the aorus Pro (non wifi).
EDIT-UPDATE!: I made it...
Did somebody manage to fix the iGPU issue? Mine only shows 7mb...so I don't have any graphic acceleration with the onboard UHD 630.
I tried everything but still same problem: it works, but really slow (7mb :D ) and with glitches all the time.
EDIT-UPDATE: I made it, with the Hackintool tool...
Ok I found the Problem!!!
The EVO 970 PLUS NVMe drive DOESN'T WORK YET. It crashes all the time. Everybody is having the same issue with this SSD drive. Nobody should buy it!!
So, I need to get back to the store and return it.
I am not even able to install macOS. I have the same motherboard. I tried with BIOS F5 and BIOS F9. I pass the first part of the install process (5-6 minutes and the first reboot), but after that I can't progress. It gets to the installation window of Mojave where it says Installing on "Mojave"...
Yeah! You're the boss! Thank you!!
With the XMP Profile1 thing i can overclock the system and get High scores with the RAM working perfectly at 1600MHz. Now i'm getting 9700. I'm satisfied!
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Now i've seen that the processor supports only 1333 and 1066. Now the RAM is in 1333 MHz, the processor multiplier is 22, and the Geekbench result is better, but it's not enough.
Geekbench DDR2 800Mhz -> 8500
Geekbench DDR3 1333Mhz -> 8000!!!!
Why? What can i do?
I've upgraded my system with 2x4GB DDR3 G.Skill Ripjaws 1600 Mhz. The problem is: now my system is slower! The XBench and Geekbench are worse than when I put the DDR2 800MHz memory. I've checked and the BIOS recognizes the RAM perfectly so...what's happening? I've tried with only...