- Sep 8, 2010
- HD 4000
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
BerndVP Intel NUC DC3217IYE
Intel DC3217IYE Next Unit of Computing 2x HDMI
Kingston HyperX 8GB (2 x 4GB) 204-Pin DDR3 SO-DIMM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) Laptop Memory Model KHX1600C9S3K2/8GX
Intel 525 Series Lincoln Crest SSDMCEAC120B301 mSATA 120GB SATA III MLC Internal Solid State Drive
Apple Mac OS X version 10.8 Mountain Lion
Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion - Apple Store (U.S.)
Apple Keyboard with Numeric Keypad - English (USA) Model MB110LL/B
Generic USB Mousse
Thanks to the topics of our friends at the forum here, SynGatesFan200s and nab's. I was able to get it work.
We can't forget Toleda for his great work at the HDMI side!
1. I started up the box and updated to the latest BIOS: v42.
2. Set graphics ram from auto to 128mb.
3. Insert the Unibeast USB drive and boot into the installer and install OSX.
4. When install succeeded, reboot into the Unibeast drive and select the SSD drive where you installed OSX on.
4a. If you can't get to the configuration set-up, the problem I had, type 'PCIRootUID=0', with this command line I was able to get into the configuration of OSX.
5. Next, if you have the same BIOS version as me, you can use the DSDT I added inside this topic, (it already has the HDMI Edits) put it on you desktop.
6. Use the same Multibeast settings as in the picture I provided.
7. Now, to get HDMI audio working, use kextbeast to place the patched Carpi.kext into the correct place.
8. With Chameleon Wizard, you can add Quiet Boot so the NUC boots super fast into OSX.
9. Reboot and you are done.
Issues and Notes
1. I have DDR3-1600 MHZ RAM but the NUC only recognized it as DDR3-1333 MHZ RAM, didn't find a solution at the moment….
2. At this point, sleep works with the standard 'darkwake=0', but need more testing.
3. In your About Mac section... it will say 1.7 GHz speed for your CPU. When looking at HWMonitor, I see it reach till 18x 1.78GHz, I think this is because of the RAM.
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