- May 11, 2011
- Gigabyte B550 Vision D
- Ryzen 5900X
- RX 6800
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
Sorry for the long pause, only came across your post now (because I didn't get notified).Stuck in End Randomseed Again. I did it with iMac14,2 (this guys did it too) but maybe different SMBIOS can work. What do you think?
As to the settings you're probably aware now, for your AMD setup you need to use AMD kernel patches to run your system. These have to be placed in the Kernel/patches section of your Opencore EFI.
With regards to the SMBIOS, I found what worked for me was iMac18,3 on High Sierra for most desktop settings. And if you want to bypass the macOS system check you should use -no_compat_check in the boot-args.
The problem with your setup is that you don't have an Intel IGPU which macOS uses. That may be a big concern for this build and may not work.
But if you are trying the initial install with Nvidia card attached you could try this. Enter '-v keepsyms=1 debug=0x100 alcid=1 npci=0x2000 nv_disable=1 -no_compat_check' to boot into the system. Once you've managed to get into the system and install the Nvidia drivers, you'll need to remove nv_disable=1 and replace it with nvda_drv_vrl=1 to enable the Nvidia web driver.