I've been following this forum for a few weeks now, and recently signed up. I purchased an i9-9900K shortly after and have been gathering information for my build, which I'll mention elsewhere...
I believe, from what I've been reading (from every corner of the Internet) is that you have successfully fixed all of your remaining issues/action items for a complete and working build using a new z390 board that is actually a regular sized ATX form factor. I have a hard requirement of needing more than a single x16 so that I can get in more than one card for my Linux and BSD tri-booting. I literally couldn't pull the trigger on a motherboard until I read that someone actually fixed all of the issues they are having with a new board. The board you chose also has everything one should need:
1xDP, 1xHDMI, BT5, TB, Wifi, and even 10gigE!
Can you please create an official user build, following:
All of my parts should be arriving over the weekend and early next week. I just pulled the trigger on the
Asrock Taichi Ultimate z390 after reading this post, which was the last piece I was missing... I'm super excited!
Nope, with that in profile I have no problems. It was one the first NUC which ever came out.What do you mean by "not even a real nuc"?
This guide is only for the Intel NUC models as mentioned in the guide.
The NUC in your profile is not one of them.
No such kext. And post #1 guide does not use anything even close.IntelGraphicsFix.kext not required.
Installed automatically by post #1 procedures.Network. Poked around with ioRegistry. Found pci10ec, 8168 entry, Googled that it is Realtek 8111/8168 card, installed Mieze kext. Works.
Your profile seems to be inaccurate. Please fix.I still use config_install_nuc7.plist as config.plist.
It is IntelGraphicsFixup.kext, are you picking up on spelling now?No such kext.
How? With post install instructions? Is it possible to review what it does before running it?Installed automatically by post #1 procedures.
What is inaccurate? It has all information your build tool lets put there. There is no name for this XCY motherboard. It is "Unknown" even if you look in bios. See screenshots above. Your profile tool does not let to put that in. Besides I have Asus Zotac 750Ti not 950 on my desktop hackintosh. But it is not possible to choose that with your profile tool. Only 950 is available.Your profile seems to be inaccurate. Please fix.