- Jul 31, 2012
- HD4600 / RX 570
- Mobile Phone
I want to know, does GA-H81M-HD3 "have simple post-installation, don't require a DSDT, and have native sleep/wake functionality" ? Just like specific Gigabyte 8-series motherboards listed in http://www.tonymacx86.com/405-building-customac-buyer-s-guide-december-2013.html#motherboards ?
If H81M-HD3 have the native support within OS X 10.9, i want to make a cheapomac for me.
Thanks a lot!!
Socket 1150 Haswell Mainboard **
Compatible ALC 892 audio *
Compatible Realtek LAN *
UEFI by Gigabyte **
* Just like many of the other GA boards in the guide
** Exactly like all the other GA boards in the guide
All you'll need is at least 4GB of Ram and an Intel CPU with Hd4600 graphics
and it will work with no problem. Make your Mavericks Unibeast drive and run
Multibeast post install. It's not complicated. For post install run Multibeast DSDT
free, select Realtek ALC 892 for audio and Realtek Lnx2Mac or the Apple Realtek
RTL8169 ethernet kext and Zenith's Universal USB 3.0. Then restart to boot without
the unibeast drive. Can't get much easier than that.
The only different choice in Multibeast for those with the GA-H81M-H mobo version is to select
the Realtek DSDT free audio choice, ALC887. Same applies for the H81M-HD2 model.