- Jan 3, 2014
- AS Rock Z270 Fatal1ty ITX
- Intel HD 530, GTX1060
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
Thanks for the tips on the graphics.
I did some tests with the thunderbolt networking today. I suspect the reason you can't network the hackintosh is because the thunderbolt isn't officially recognized by the system ( look at devices and you will see it doesn't think there are any thunderbolt devices).
I was however able to get the thunderbolt networking to work from my old mac(2011) to the win10 partition. You just need to enable the networking, type in the address \\192.xxx.xxx.xxx and fast as hell transfers!
I also tried the target disk method, but that didn't work in macOS or win10.
Hope this helps!
Do the devices that you can connect to in macOS via the Fatal1ty Thunderbolt have a native Thunderbolt port? I'm trying to work out if the problem with this board is:
1). Specifically with Thunderbolt hard drives
2). Specifically with Apple devices in Target Disk Mode/TB networking mode
3). All Thunderbolt devices except those connected via an Thunderbolt FW/USB/Ethernet adapter?