- Jun 2, 2020
- GIGABYTE Z490 Aorus Master
- RX 580
Does anyone else have the problem that USB drives are shown as internal drives with gray icons?
As others mentioned, the BeQuiet! cooler is better. When removing the stock cooler from the chip:Ok stupid question #456 from a noob builder. I ordered all the parts on page 1 except I got a i7 10700. I put the Intel CPU cooler that came with the 10700 then I realized I had the be quiet one. Should I just take off the Intel cooler and use the be quiet one? Will I damage anything?
If verbose mode is enabled, the boot log messages should appear after a selection is made at the OpenCore Picker. The white Apple logo on a black screen should not appear. That screen should instead be filled with log messages....
[Update: Unfortunately it does not make any difference. The boot log messages show up swiftly just before the OpenCore Picker menu comes up, but when I choose Install macOS, we're back at the white infinite apple logo situation again.]
I should say that I'm not very well educated when it comes to this, but I made an illustration showing how I understand your description (attached to this message). Please let me know if I'm completely wrong at it.
Simply doing this makes the GC-Titan Ridge compatible with the Z490 Motherboard?
No need to connect the cable to a Thunderbolt header on the motherboard?
I guess I have to keep the jumper cable in place permanently and not only the first time I use it (activates it)?
Some comments:Been lurking around here for a while.
I do agree with you that CaseySJ has been extremely patient and informative, but I do not agree with you on the points you made. Along those lines, I could ask you the same: why bother with a Hackintosh, when Apple produces computers?
Personally, I do own an Ultrafine 5k so I am interested in making it work. And, while there are other monitors out there, it is quite a different best.
Glad to hear it and welcome to the forum!Hello, a newbie user here. After 12 years of using MacPros (1,1 and 5.1), I decided to get a hackintosh due to Apple's high prices.
I would like to thank CaseySJ for this wonderful guide, I was able to install everything without a problem. I've been doing my usual video editing work on my computer for 4 days and it works really well, at the moment the machine is really fast and Catalina is stable. I have the equivalent of a high-performance iMac at a third of the price.
I'm using at the moment my old RX580 Pulse, I will upgrade to a 5700 XT or maybe one of the new Navi2 cards if they become compatible.
Anybody know what changes there are in the new 10.15.7 (19H4) over the old 10.15.7 (19H2)?
I saw a post late yesterday on another site, but it seems to have disappeared now, that suggested it was an update to better support the new AMD 6000 cards when they are released. Probably just a rumour as it was released on the same day as the announcement, but who knows.
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It appeared on my Hackintosh yesterday but hasn't on my real 2019 MPB. There isn't a separate update on the Apple site but the whole thing is downloadable from Apple if you use gibMacos or runme-downloader.I can't find this update from 'system update' in my MBP...