I'm trying to do my first Hacking. i followed all the instructions and finally boot on macOS High Sierra. I'm up to date and have the NVIDIA WEB DRIVERS and Cuda Installed. but no card detected... MacOS detect a 7mb Nvidia chip on a 27" Imac(even if i chose a 5.1 mac pro in multibeast)...
I run Sierra 10.12.3 on a Gigabyte Z170X-Ultra Gaming board and today I installed a MSI GTX 980 Ti. I installed the Nvidia Web Drivers and CUDA, but I can't activate the Web Drivers. After each restart the OSX Drivers are back.
I tried many of the suggested methods, like using the...
I used Gigabyte GA-Z270x Ultra gaming - SSD SM951 - EVGA GTX 980ti SC+ - Monitor ViewSonic VX3218 2560x1440
After install Webdriver+Nvidia true+lilu+nvidiagraphicsup > got gtx 980ti 6gb but the error appears in the image, i install coredisplay-patcher but not success. :geek::banghead: @RehabMan...
I've built a pretty successful Hack following the various guides on this site (thanks guys, you rock!)
Dual boot Windows 10 pro 64bit(to load thunderbolt drivers, works perfectly on windows side)
System Definition iMac 17,1
i7 6700k (overclocked to 4600MHz)
GA-Z170X Designare (BIOS F22)
I use my Hackintosh for 2 years now and changed my Geforce 770 with a Geforce 980ti to get more GPU Power.
Everything works fine, Sierra feels fine but after around 15 minutes of working the system freezes and I have to use the Power switch to start new.
This is the report I get after booting...
Today I installed a GTX 980 ti into my hack rig. I'm running El Capitan 10.11.5 and clover. After installing the card I installed the web drivers associated with the OS build. Since then booting up has been very erratic. Sometimes I can boot into my system, sometimes I get a kernel panic...
So I just managed to score myself one of these in a Black Friday Sale:
Inno3D iChill GeForce GTX 980Ti Black Series
As such I will be upgrading the Hackintosh in my sig and replacing the R9 390X. This is good for me for several reasons:
1. Finally get HDMI/DP sound working
2. Much better...
I've been building Hackintoshes for like 7 years. But I've always hated the struggle with x99 since my last one 2 years ago so I gave up and I started this Custom water-cooled build as a winter project this past Feb.2016. Bending tubes, installing rads and water blocks. You can watch my whole...
I wanna preface that my main goal to building this Hackintosh is to get a STRONG 4K video editing machine to at least handle the load that 4K footage requires for rendering and such. That being said, these are the parts that I am interested in buying and sticking pretty closely to:
I recently purchase a GTX 980 TI Hybrid Graphics card for my build. Before it arrived I was using only integrated graphics from the intel cpu. I have a clover install of Yosemite 10.10.1. after installing the graphics card I disabled secure boot and started it up. Upon booting about halfway...
This is my second build, the first it was very very easy an GA-Z87X UD7 TH + 4770k and GTX 770 with clover and everything working flawless.
But now.. I've build this new machine:
GA-x99P-SLI + 5930k + GTX 980ti + 32GB DDR4
I know from Tony that x99 platform it's not fully...
i hope someone can help me with a little Problem. First of all this is my Rig:
ASUS Z9PE-D8 WS
2x Intel E5-2696V2
2x 32GB ECC REG RAM
GeForce GTX 980ti connected via Displayport
Boot: UEFI and Legacy
I installed El Capitan 10.11.3...
"Prohibited" sign on boot
This is my first attempt installing os el capitan on my PC. I am a newy in all this Hacktintosh world. I have been going through many of your posts but I cant really find a solution to this matter.
My PC is: Asrock fatality x99x.
Can you guys help me find out why i can't get the HDMI to work i have no video and no audio. I have no errors when booting in to OS X but when it reaches logon window it goes black only my DVI monitor works now:banghead:
Specs: GTX 980Ti, i7 4790K, Gigabyte Z97X-Gaming G1 WiFi-BK, 500GB Samsung...
First thanks everyone for making this such a good site. A lot of part time effort goes into this, and guys like me appreciate everyone taking the time to post these technical details!
I've been reading and searching the buyers lists since February, and finally started to order...