I just noticed that if I put an external USB 3 drive it will be recognised as Hard Disk and not as External Disk as i.e. the usb-pen HS installation does, so to make it visible on the desktop I have to make Hard Disk visible in Finder preferences. Is there any solution?
DanRamone First Audio Workstation Build:
ASUS MAXIMUS X HERO - i7-8700K - Radeon Sapphire rx560[/B]
(I order everything on amazon.de, so the link is exactly what I ordered)
i just received this case and there is this small box inside that is called Smart Device and runs with an app called CAM that's only for windows. My question is, do i have to remove this device from the case and direct connect all the fans to the motherboard? or it's just working...
Well I'm having the same identical problem here but with a 65GB pen.
I've been searching on the forum and i saw many people had the identical problem in the past, with different versions of Unibeast...i think it depends on the pen drive, unfortunately i don't have any other by hand to test. Does...
today i just order the components for my audio workstation hackintosh.
MB: ROG Maximus X Hero
Case: NZXT H700i
air cooler: Artic freezer 13CO
Ram: 32GB Ballistix Sport LT
HDD: Samsung 500GB SSD drive for OS and Seagate 4TB Sata 7200rpm Drive for Samples
i've just read around and found that AMD have also best performances on macOS.
I've chosen this one:
Sapphire AMD Radeon RX 560 Pulse 4 GB GDDR5 – PCI Express 3.0 1300 MHz OEM
after reading around it should be compatible.
I need to buy a new hackintosh for music production purposes.
Here is my list, i would like to have some advice if this configuration could work:
Asus ROG MAXIMUS x Hero Gaming Motherboard Socket 1151
Intel I7-8700 K 8th Gen Core i7 – 8700 K Processor
Crucial Ballistix Sport LT Single...
I need to build a hackintosh for music production, using Cubase 8 and Ableton 9.7 on 3 monitors, no need for gaming or any other use beside music production.
I'm mac user since 10 years and i'm absolutely no updated to the latest pc components, so i have some probably really basic...