Click the build link in my signature, ModMike has EFI folders both for Clover and OpenCore, but not for same mobo, you should sort out USB port maps yourself. It will get you installed provided you have the correct settings in BIOS, which are all in the build post.
More info needed. Have you managed to install Catalina?
Your config.plist is not complete, choose correct SMBIOS for your hardware, I suggest iMac19,1. No acpi or usb patches (don't use ssdt-usbx.sml until you have completed install) or usbinjectall.kext.
Click on the build link in my signature...
I'm working on the premise that you have created your USB installer with another hackintosh or real mac.
If you haven't already, download clover configurator to your hack/mac.
Mount your usb efi partition
open your config.plist with CC
Go to acpi section click the '+' button click in the...
Glad you got it sorted :thumbup:
If you have rogue entries, in your boot order you can edit them from efi shell so you only have the entries you require;
Boot to EFI Shell at Clover screen
Type - bcfg boot dump -b
Type - bcfg rm # (number of unwanted boot entry) to remove unwanted boot entry
Do some research into OpenCore bootloader. It is much better than Clover IMHO, faster boot times. Have a good read through the installation tutorial. Then download the OpenCore folder from modmikes tewb build and adapt it to your set up.
I've attached my old Clover folder, you can try it. I've...
That would be my next suggestion. When I built my rig and installed Mojave, I seem to remember hdmi not working. It does now, but I use a DP port.
Do a site search, entering your main board, I’ve seen plenty of working installs with your hardware :thumbup:
No, only if your ram wasn't running at its correct speed, which its is. Have you disabled serial ports and the onboard wifi? I have RC6 (render standby enabled). Have another read of modmikes guide there is a reference to it.