Yes you can use that as a starting point and follow kgp’s Mojave guide.
There used to be a process that involved manually patching the BIOS, ASUS has since then updated their BIOS to have it as an option (I forgot where it is but it’s mentioned in kgp’s guide). Copy the EFI folder you created...
I believe one downside using Silverstone for front panel is you can’t charge iPads but other than that it’s preferred. There’s better connectivity for BT (Mapping HS01/HS02/SS01/SS02 as internal 255) with onboard and if you want to wake via BT you’ll have to use the onboard 19 pin header...
I would put gpu in slot 1 or 5, wifi/bt combo powered by internal 19 pin header, silverstone USB adapter for the front panel.
The usb 2 cable for the titan ridge isn’t necessary unless you connect a usb 2 device to the thunderbolt 3 ports.
Unless you don’t care about hot plug no. Needs to be in slot 2 since it’s connected via PCH. Use a vertical riser for a gpu in slot one. Could also try slot 3 and 5 but ASUS recommends slots 1 and 5 for dual gpus
FYI I'll be leaving the hackintosh scene for now and going with a real mac and separate PC build. X299 has been fun but a bit overkill for me and time consuming.
Thanks it's been fun and good luck to everyone! :headbang:
Just tried this and it does work except the quality isn't the best. Think there has to be a way we can spoof Sidecar into thinking we're using iMac19,1 instead of iMacPro1,1. Think I'll stick to duet for now :lol:
Based on results I've seen and testing, Sidecar requires an SMBIOS with an iGPU enabled. If it's an SMBIOS that has a T2 chip, sidecar will just have a black screen. I've heard that sidecar works on the hackintosh subreddit for iMacPro1,1 and MacPro7,1 but I haven't been able to get it to...