actually I own the following hardware:
Intel Core i5-6600k on an ASUS Maximus Impact VIII pared with a GTX 980TI (reference design). I use 2x8GB RAM and have 2 SSDs connected to the mainboard.
I would like to install MacOS on one SSD and W10 (only for gaming) on the other one.
Hi, hello it's my first hackintosh install so I'm pretty newbie at this topic, but straight to the point.
My PC configuration:
Intel Core i7-4790K
Kingston 16GB (2x8GB) 2400MHz CL11 HyperX Savage
Gigabyte GeForce GTX 980 Ti Gaming G1 6GB DDR5 384bit
I've managed to...
So almost 2 years ago I build this dual boot system, windows 10 and yosemite both on seperate ssd's.
Last week I started to have big trouble on yosemite, it would freeze everytime after about 2-3 mins and I couldn't do anything about it.
So I decided I had to reinstall a couple of...
So I installed macOS Sierra on my PC today using Unibeast, everything worked well, all the stuff installed properly. I installed some of nvidia's drivers and after it restarted it would boot, show the apple logo, and after it was done loading it would lose video signal. I don't know what is...
So i guess everyones first post is plea for help!! so here I go!
First off this is an evolution of my first hack built in 2012 that ran pretty well until i decided to upgrade the Graphics card and upgrade to Sierra
I have been running round in circles for 2 days now trying most of the gpu...
I got everything sorted out, only my GPU is not working. I have been trying a lot of different methods now but I simply can't get it right.
First I had the Intel HD 530 option. that worked. My computer worked swiftly and had a 1080p resolution. Today I installed the GTX 980 Ti...
I'm very new to PC (Hackintosh) building. Last week I bought all my components and luckily got everything working! Only the GPU is left.
Now, I've read somewhere that there should be no difference between manufacturers of GPUs. But, I just want to be sure. I'm buying one of these...
Hey all, long time Mac user, but new to the forum and new to building a Hackintosh. I want to build a kick-ass Mac, along with a decent gaming PC. Hence I went with the 980 Ti. Anywhere here's the details of the planned build:
Case: Evolv ATX Tempered Glass
Motherboard: ASUS Z170-A ATX DDR4...
Recently I've upgraded my rig from GTX 770 to GTX 980 ti. But i really need the two cards work in Davinci Resolve.
I can get my rig boot either with 770 or 980 ti but not them together. The screen just stays blank and if I push the power button it turns off immediately, like the...
So I've been using two 7970 gpus in my setup and have been wanting to ditch them for a single Nvidia gtx 980 ti. I was under the impression they perform better, especially for a hackintosh. I've been researching Web drivers and I'm confused. I don't see any on Nvidia's website specific for the...
So I replaced my R9 390X with a GTX 980 Ti yesterday and I am having a number of problems.
1. I cannot boot with dual displays, if I try I get stuck in a boot loop. I have read various threads which attempt to tackle this issue but I don't seem to be having any luck. I can plug the second...
System information/About this mac issues: included EmuVariableUefi-64 in clover install
Graphics card boot issues: Fully disabled System Integrity Protection in my config.plist. Instructions can be found here (you want CsrActiveConfig to be 0x67)
Hey, I'm having trouble getting my...
I'm about to start sourcing my components for my first Mac build with the need to edit 4k footage. I know on the components list on here there is the GTX 980Ti listed however I am currently presented with the opportunity to get a decent deal on a Gigabyte GeForce GTX 980 Ti...
I have just built a new machine for the purpose of making it into a Hackintosh.
Asus X99 Deluxe II
Intel i7 5930k (6 Core)
32GB G Skill Trident Z 3400
eVGA GTX 980 Ti
Asus Thundebolt Ex3 Card
I have now been able to install El Capitan to my hard drive from USB after a steep learning curve. But...
I have an ASUS P8Z77-V motherboard with a I7-2600k cpu and a Gtx 980 ti. A couple of months ago my system was up and running nicely when a accidental download of the latest El Capitan update messed up my system. So I started from scratch using only the latest El Capitan update, multi beast etc...
I'm trying to install 10.11.5 on my PC using the latest version of UniBeast but when trying to boot from the USB stick all I get is a black screen with the Apple logo and a frozen progress bar.
As my signature says, my PC's specs are:
Graphics: Nvidia GTX 980 TI
Mobo: Asus Maximus Gene VIII...