Thanks to all the dedicated folks in the community that make it possible to run x99 platforms on Sierra. I've had a stable running system with the i7-5820K for the last 2 years. I have also followed the Hackintosh mantra of "if it's not broke don't fix it". I am considering upgrading to...
In my system I cannot get the T9E wifi card to work OOB. I installed the kexts from:
And it's working now. However, I experienced a failed boot afterwards. Are there updated...
Well I guess I didn't get the memo but it is confirmed - Disk Utility no longer supports Apple RAID. If you have an existing Apple RAID array from Yosemite it will still mount in El Capitan. I've both installed direct upgrade from Yosemite to El Cap and fresh installation from a blank RAID array...
What is the preferred location for kext injection for El Cap? Should all the kexts go into the 10.11 folder on the Clover EFI volume or should they all go into the the /L/E folder on the El Cap system drive? I believe the only difference is Clover folder does not get cached and I'm...
I currently have a working x99 system on Yosemite and a good ROM configuration in Clover where iMessage works perfectly. I was hoping for x99 support in El Cap, but that didn't happen and it may be a long time before the next OS X version will have it.
Here is what I am considering...
I was experimenting with Apple RAID on my Clover install and realize it's a pain to copy the EFI folder to each RAID drive and I assume anytime I want to run Clover config, I have to do that to each drive. Then I came up with an idea.
I have a m.2 slot on my x99 board and an 8 GB...
I know that SLI is not supported in OS X. However, if I do plug in 2 or more GTX 780 cards, will OS X at least utilize all of the CUDA cores across all the cards? Also does it matter if I leave the SLI cable on the cards for when I dual boot into Windows?
I've had a popping sound coming from my hackintosh since day 1 for the system in my sig. Today, I changed my system definition from Mac Pro to the latest iMac and viola! No more popping sound and music skipping in iTunes.