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Apple Reveals macOS 10.14 Mojave at WWDC - Available Fall 2018

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I read that it should be out soon since the 2nd dev beta launched according to past methods.

Did you download it does it say public beta version 1?
It does not. But I clicked on the link on the first post for beta then I clicked lets get started. Loged in got a utility macOSPblicBetaAccessUtility.
 
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I liked when Craig Federighi dispelled the notion that they were trying to merge macOS with iOS.

The most notable non-announcement is Arm based macOS.
Apple seem to have gone "all in" on Thunderbolt III.

That alone should dispel rumours of Arm on desktop? :think:
 
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I have a 40 lanes CPU, right now I'm only using three 4x pci-e adapters and one of the 970 is on the motherboard, my board support 4x m.2, it only has one slot for m.2 drive but that's enough to run the 4 drives setup, I had two 16x cards from amfeltec but I returned them, is really along story but I do not recommend that company at all, I just had a horrible experience dealing with them, I had 8 Samsung 960 EVO running 4 on each card and went all the way up to 18,000 but the Evo's drop speed very fast even if you use a single EVO, so it wasn't a raid problem, EVO's are just build like that, that's why I decided to go back to the PRO's and I changed my board for one that has at least one onboard 4X M.2 slot, my previous board has only one but at 2X that's why I was forced to buy an expensive card just to have the four drives, but now my system is back on business the way I like it, anyway thanks, just waiting for Mojave, just love the new dark theme and the features.

yes I have a Phantom 4 Pro drone and I do videos in 4K so I do editing and rendering AKA encoding
Here’s a fan cooled NVME PCIE card from MSI.

https://www.anandtech.com/show/12987/msi-four-way-m2-pcie-card-it-looks-like-a-gpu
 
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It does not. But I clicked on the link on the first post for beta then I clicked lets get started. Loged in got a utility macOSPblicBetaAccessUtility.
Must be only PAID dev accounts as I logged in and checked and have no macOSPblicBetaAccessUtility showing.
 
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Must be only PAID dev accounts as I logged in and checked and have no macOSPblicBetaAccessUtility showing.
I do not have a paid developer account.

Maybe there was a bug in the system because as of today I can not do the same download as I could yesterday instead there is a button that says coming soon.
 
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Would be nice is dark mode could gradually come on as the wallpapers shifts to night mode. Just a though
 
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thanks Gigamax for the info, I did had two 16x m.2 carriers card from amfeltec, very expensive cards, there are many cards out there like HP turbo, dell etc but the problem is compatibility, some of them can only be use on windows some other are bios lock to the board manufacturer, is good to have a card that be use for both Mac and Windows another important thing is that some of those cards are not bootable on Windows, so we need a card that is compatible with Mac and Windows but that is also bootable with both systems, the amfeltek is able to do that but the card is ugly green PCB instead of brown PCB. the card will look much better in brown PCB color, also the price is ridiculously high not to mention it is terrible company

have you ever heard of being charge 30% re-stocking fee for returning a defective item that arrived with deep scratches all over the place, they sold me an used returned card like it was new, then they wanted to charged me for returning the card, at first I wanted a replacement but they say that I have to pay to send it back, they sent me and used card, now I have to pay to send it back for a replacement, incredible, so I asked for a refund instead, then they wanted 30% on top of me having pay to send the card back, I summited a complaint to PayPal and thanks to PayPal I have a full refund, very bad company,

I like the cards from high point = HPTMAC I had a rocket raid card 4520 for about 2 years with 8 ssd in raid0 and it was Mac compatible but then I moved on the M.2 and and NVME but as far as I know the M.2 cards from High Point are only windows and linux compatible, there is no way to know if they are Mac compatible or if there is a way to make them work on Mac OS
but for now I'm more than happy with 3 pci-e cards and one of the 970 PRO drives on the motherboard. I get the same performance and I saved money because I'm not forced to buy one of those expensive cards unless I want more than 4 drives. 4 PROS for now are more than enough. yes 8 are better but is also a lot more money, because not only I will have to buy 4 more drives but also two 16x m.2 cards. I already had that setup with eight 960 EVOS but those EVOS are terrible, they will throttle down after you write like 15 to 20 GIGS, that's why I went back to the PROS. cheers
 

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thanks Gigamax for the info, I did had two 16x m.2 carriers card from amfeltec, very expensive cards, there are many cards out there like HP turbo, dell etc but the problem is compatibility, some of them can only be use on windows some other are bios lock to the board manufacturer, is good to have a card that be use for both Mac and Windows another important thing is that some of those cards are not bootable on Windows, so we need a card that is compatible with Mac and Windows but that is also bootable with both systems, the amfeltek is able to do that but the card is ugly green PCB instead of brown PCB. the card will look much better in brown PCB color, also the price is ridiculously high not to mention it is terrible company

have you ever heard of being charge 30% re-stocking fee for returning a defective item that arrived with deep scratches all over the place, they sold me an used returned card like it was new, then they wanted to charged me for returning the card, at first I wanted a replacement but they say that I have to pay to send it back, they sent me and used card, now I have to pay to send it back for a replacement, incredible, so I asked for a refund instead, then they wanted 30% on top of me having pay to send the card back, I summited a complaint to PayPal and thanks to PayPal I have a full refund, very bad company,

I like the cards from high point = HPTMAC I had a rocket raid card 4520 for about 2 years with 8 ssd in raid0 and it was Mac compatible but then I moved on the M.2 and and NVME but as far as I know the M.2 cards from High Point are only windows and linux compatible, there is no way to know if they are Mac compatible or if there is a way to make them work on Mac OS
but for now I'm more than happy with 3 pci-e cards and one of the 970 PRO drives on the motherboard. I get the same performance and I saved money because I'm not forced to buy one of those expensive cards unless I want more than 4 drives. 4 PROS for now are more than enough. yes 8 are better but is also a lot more money, because not only I will have to buy 4 more drives but also two 16x m.2 cards. I already had that setup with eight 960 EVOS but those EVOS are terrible, they will throttle down after you write like 15 to 20 GIGS, that's why I went back to the PROS. cheers
Are you using the macOS RAID to boot your NVMe array?
 
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I think the Public beta is ready since I do not have a developers account!
no PB is not out yet but it will be out soon, DB are always one version ahead, right now DB2 is out, so PB1 will be out soon but the rules prohibits talking about DB, so as soon PB1 is out then we can talk about it
 
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