- Sep 22, 2011
- HP EliteDesk 800 G5 Mini
- UHD 630
- Mobile Phone
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I have been doing it for the better part of the past 6 months. It's been my daily driver so... there is always some risk but I would say it is pretty low if you are careful and with the hard work from @deeveedee. I dozed off for a few weeks and am finding myself 2 revisions down for OC. I don't have any reason to change anything though since everything is working. It will just be a much larger number of changes the next time I update. The big thing about OC that I noticed is that there are more "breaking changes" than when I ran with clover... It seems like every version I have to do some manual edits of my config.plist and sometimes ACPI which is a bit more risky. That's why, unless I have something I found that I want to fix, I am trying to keep things as they are now.
Another daily driver here.
I'm still running Catalina 10.15.7 booting with the OC 0.6.8 EFI attached to Post #1 and the updates applied from here and here. I'd rate stability / reliability as OUTSTANDING. I have an internal 2TB HD for Time Machine which saved me once. How you use it is up to you (that's my disclaimer ).
I would advise everyone to make sure they have a USB stick with their OC working baseline. The USB stick is your fall-back if you bork your SSD's OC config. Alternatively, you could make the changes on the USB stick and keep your SSD EFI as your working baseline. Without the USB stick (or another volume that has a working EFI baseline), we're all just gambling if we make EFI changes and hope for the best. I lost count of how many times I needed to boot from my backup EFI after breaking my OC config.Another daily driver here.
I dread OC updates for the same reason @rafale77 mentioned - editing config.plist by hand - and just the fear of completely borking my machine. I'm pretty sure that at least once I've ended up in Linux toying with efibootmgr trying to get back into MacOS after an OC upgrade.