- Nov 11, 2018
- Asus Z690 ProArt Creator
- RX 6800 XT
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
You are right...Do you have Windows on this system? If so, it may be necessary to perform a cold start after any Windows session.
The new Lucca Atom 75 is on the short list.What grinder?
All in all I’m pretty excited about it (I got a max 64gb) because my 2013 is going to die any day now, and I need a mobile setup for work… that plus my hack in the home office is a really great combo, similar performance from both systems!All good things are worth waiting for! I’m just a tad bit nervous about any as yet unknown skeletons in the closet that Apple hasn’t disclosed. Fortunately the review embargo lifts tomorrow morning.
Yes, this is the big question that will weigh on many of our minds! I have to admit, however, that Hackintosh and the DIY spirit it embodies provides a wonderful sense of satisfaction and pride. It’s not quite the same when we push the buy button on a website and a ready-to-use thingy arrives at our door! On the other hand, ready-to-use definitely has its place. The next few months (12-24) are certainly going to be interesting in our Hackintosh world.
Well, I too, like many others have a new 14" M1Max Macbook Pro ordered and it is scheduled to be delivered in very early November.
I like the hacks I've built but they have been pretty high maintenance, and while part of me enjoys the challenge of making these work, another part of me feels that it distracts me from really focusing on my work.
However missed blessing that sounds, the $$$ for "real" macs keeps going up, and that too is a decidedly mixed blessing.
So, for me, I will be especially curious about two issues; the first is just how good is my new laptop, and next year when the "possible" new Mac Pro with Apple Silicon comes out, just how much $$$ will Apple charge us for the new Apple Silicon Mac Pro. If it is affordable, or relatively so, that might just say to me that "ready-to-use" trumps the potential savings that might come from a hackintosh.
And, this is strictly my opinion, but after all, time spent doing and re-doing EFIs is also a cost, is it not? I think my time is worth something after all.
EDIT: @CaseySJ: FYI: I have re-installed my Fenvi HB1200 in my Z490, and it's perfect (so far). It responds natively (best I can tell), and best of all, it only need two antennas, which I also like very very much. I just needed the BT for a short project, and BT works great in this hack. I will wait for the Intel BT drivers to mature for now.
To Each His Own.