Well after the annoying experience of the Cambridge DACMagic XS, which I note has now been discontinued, I thought I would try the HiFi.Me Sabre ES9023:
It works very well, but sound quality is not up to the DACMagic XS (Windows) performance. There are a few more expensive models in the...
No. There is no support for Ryzen iGPUs either.
You can install a different GPU of course. The Radeon RX series are broadly compatible - check before you purchase. Or you could use a cheap Nvidia GT710 with GDDR3 vram. This would get you running, but obviously not in the same performance league...
Why? All you need to get started is here if you search -
Use UniBeast 7.1.1 to create an installer.
There is also a full guide to other versions of macOS...
Remember this is a Buying Advice forum. You already have an Apple monitor. I guess you want to know of a discrete GPU that outputs Thunderbolt 1?
As it's 8-year old tech, and superseded, it's unlikely you'll find modern hardware that supports it directly as port shapes are different now...
Sorry I can't help if you are using non-standard ways to install macOS. You should have no need to go into the private area of your disk.
Your hardware should accept a standard Sierra installation.
Yes, I use r5102 of Clover to boot all OSs versions, El Capitan to Catalina.
Good luck :thumbup:
Some points about your EFI setup:
1) You have two memory drivers installed. There should only be one -
Which one you need is something you will need to test yourself. Make sure you have a UniBeast installer USB drive so you can boot again if you choose the wrong one.
2) You have...
I feel that your experiments are too extreme. The right-hand column setup is one that is unlikely to boot, and the DSDTs you have in the left-hand setup are very advanced mods. I can only guess they are from someone else's Asrock Z170 Pro motherboard? Otherwise what do they do?
Very true. I often wonder about why though. In this case might it be because of the 2011 iMac system config? Mojave wasn't officially supported on that early a model (only Mac Pro?). My own build has a serial-number that doesn't match the system-definition, my bad but I have reasons to do with...
Hi there and welcome.
Head on over to the Golden Builds forum where you will find plenty of PC configurations suitable for your purpose.
Once you have chosen your basic PC framework we can help you hone that.
If Mac moves over to ARM mainstream is it even possible that BootCamp could survive unless Microsoft brings out an ARM version of Windows? Even then, would it be easily compatible with Apple Silicon?
BootCamp didn't exist for PowerPC and all we had was VirtualPC (a hypervisor) as a way to run...