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  1. chuckw

    The 4K Dell OptiMac - 9020 MT - Core i7-4790 - Radeon RX 570 - LG 4K IPS Monitor

    Yes, just a reminder this is for the SFF version with a native WiFi/BT card connected to a pcie adapter which normally requires a connection to an internal USB 2.0 header. Since the SFF doesn't have one I bought an external USB header adapter and routed the cable to the inside of the case. My...
  2. chuckw

    The 4K Dell OptiMac - 9020 MT - Core i7-4790 - Radeon RX 570 - LG 4K IPS Monitor

    I narrowed down the sleep issue to the BT USB plug. If I unplugged the cable it would sleep/wake normally*. I found some posts that said if it is plugged into an "external" USB port then it must be configured to show as internal, otherwise, it will cause sleep issues. So I went through...
  3. chuckw

    The 4K Dell OptiMac - 9020 MT - Core i7-4790 - Radeon RX 570 - LG 4K IPS Monitor

    I'm not sure if it's a reliable metric, but there has been no discernible difference in Geekbench scores ticked or not in my tests. But it certainly makes sense there would be a performance hit considering the frequencies. I also didn't notice a big difference in power consumption (Intel Power...
  4. chuckw

    The 4K Dell OptiMac - 9020 MT - Core i7-4790 - Radeon RX 570 - LG 4K IPS Monitor

    Ya. A lot of that went over my head. So I will just leave it normal.
  5. chuckw

    The 4K Dell OptiMac - 9020 MT - Core i7-4790 - Radeon RX 570 - LG 4K IPS Monitor

    Thanks! I switched it and now it is idling as expected. Will switch back if I have any stability issues.
  6. chuckw

    The 4K Dell OptiMac - 9020 MT - Core i7-4790 - Radeon RX 570 - LG 4K IPS Monitor

    I wouldn't mind just losing a port if it came down to it. I would rather have one non-working USB port than an external cable route. I will attempt this when I get some free time.
  7. chuckw

    The 4K Dell OptiMac - 9020 MT - Core i7-4790 - Radeon RX 570 - LG 4K IPS Monitor

    Also, my CPU (i7-4790) frequency is almost always close to 3.60 GHz, even when idling. Is this expected behavior? Shouldn't it idle lower? I am not noticing any stability issues though, so it's not a big deal.
  8. chuckw

    The 4K Dell OptiMac - 9020 MT - Core i7-4790 - Radeon RX 570 - LG 4K IPS Monitor

    Wow. Nice and clean. I might have to redo my wiring like that. I was also thinking about stealing a front USB 2 port to make it totally internal (if possible) but was not confident in my abilities. Right now I just took out the other PCIe bracket and routed through that. I am pretty sure they...
  9. chuckw

    The 4K Dell OptiMac - 9020 MT - Core i7-4790 - Radeon RX 570 - LG 4K IPS Monitor

    Thanks for the guide. I bought an Optiplex 9020 SFF (i7-4790 + 8 GB ram) for $160 on eBay. I also had a BCM94360CS2 + M.2 adapter sitting around from previous failed Hackintosh attempts. Found a $15 PCIe to M.2 adapter and a $7 USB header adapter and WiFi/BT works perfectly. No more terrible...
  10. chuckw

    [Guide] Intel NUC7/NUC8 using Clover UEFI (NUC7i7Bxx,NUC8i7Bxx,etc)

    Makes me believe it is a hardware issue or something is not set correctly in BIOS. You might try loading defaults in the BIOS and making the changes in post #1. If it still doesn't work in Windows (after installing all drivers) then you probably have faulty hardware.
  11. chuckw

    [Guide] Intel NUC7/NUC8 using Clover UEFI (NUC7i7Bxx,NUC8i7Bxx,etc)

    NM. Went vanilla and it's working now.
  12. chuckw

    [Guide] Installing macOS Mojave (10.14.2) on Intel NUCi5BEH using Clover UEFI + updating to Mojave (10.14.6) on post#2

    https://github.com/chris1111/VoodooHDA-2.9.0-Clover-V12 Also, not to be rude or anything, and I'm also a noob hackintosher, but 100% working guides are rare and a little Googling/reading documentation is required from time to time. And if the documentation is Greek to you, then you might...
  13. chuckw

    [Guide] Installing macOS Mojave (10.14.2) on Intel NUCi5BEH using Clover UEFI + updating to Mojave (10.14.6) on post#2

    I just installed VooDooHDA (classic install). Headphone jack works perfectly.
  14. chuckw

    [Guide] Installing macOS Mojave (10.14.2) on Intel NUCi5BEH using Clover UEFI + updating to Mojave (10.14.6) on post#2

    I updated my post. Platform ID is 0x3EA50000. I also just ended up installing VoodooHDA. Not sure if that's "wrong" or not, but now my audio jack is working, so I'm happy.
  15. chuckw

    [Guide] Installing macOS Mojave (10.14.2) on Intel NUCi5BEH using Clover UEFI + updating to Mojave (10.14.6) on post#2

    I believed that happened to me when I didn't copy the config file correctly. Did you download the config_install_nuc8_bc.plist file correctly? I just ended up downloading the entire rehabman repo as a zip. "Note: Clover cannot read HTML (config.plist is a plist/xml), so make sure to download...
  16. chuckw

    [Guide] Installing macOS Mojave (10.14.2) on Intel NUCi5BEH using Clover UEFI + updating to Mojave (10.14.6) on post#2

    Can you boot with verbose mode on and upload a pic where it hangs?
  17. chuckw

    [Guide] Installing macOS Mojave (10.14.2) on Intel NUCi5BEH using Clover UEFI + updating to Mojave (10.14.6) on post#2

    Instead of changing the graphics ID with every reboot, you can just edit the config file using Clover Configurator (or xcode or any other plist editor) before you copy to USB. Or you can update it to the correct ID (0x3EA50000). Also, any luck getting the 3.5 audio jack to work?
  18. chuckw

    Help with Gigabyte H61M-D2P-B3

    I don't know if this makes a difference, but I am using a PS/2 windows keyboard and a usb mouse.
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