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Intel HD 630 4 MB (KBL) High Sierra 10.13.1

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Motherboard
ASUS Prime H270M PLUS
CPU
Intel Core i5 7400, H270
Graphics
Intel HD630, 1366×768
Mobile Phone
  1. Android
My System:
Motherboard: ASUS Prime H270M-PLUS
Intel i5-7400

BIOS Config:
VT-d - Disabled
CFG-Lock - Disabled
Secure Boot Mode - Disabled
OS Type - Other OS
IO Serial Port - Disabled
XHCI Handoff - Enabled by default
DVMT Pre-Allocated : 128M (If that's needed)

I installed High Sierra 10.13.1 Successfully, and the resolution was proper, but the graphic memory is just 4 MB. Glitches can be seen every now and then.
I got the Audio Working.
I'm using VGA for display.

Attaching my EFI Folder.

I've tried almost everything to make it work but nothing seems to do the job with almost every trial resulting in "No Video Input" while booting.
I've restored (EFI) to the default after Unibeast & Multibeast Post Install.
Any help would be great!
Thanks!
 

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Joined
Apr 24, 2016
Messages
4
Motherboard
ASUS Prime H270M PLUS
CPU
Intel Core i5 7400, H270
Graphics
Intel HD630, 1366×768
Mobile Phone
  1. Android
Thanks for responding!
And I guess I'm getting a new monitor soon.
What if I use HDMI to VGA cable? Is HDMI supported?
 
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Joined
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Messages
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Motherboard
Intel DH61WW
CPU
i3-3220
Graphics
GT 610
Mobile Phone
  1. Android
Thanks for responding!
And I guess I'm getting a new monitor soon.
What if I use HDMI to VGA cable? Is HDMI supported?
Even though VGA is not supported in MAC os you can get it running. The thing is you might have a bit smaller resolution at the clover boot screen thats it. Once you boot into the os your gpu will handle the resolution. Assuming that you installed the drivers or kexts for your graphics.
 

BreBo

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Graphics
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What if I use HDMI to VGA cable? Is HDMI supported?
You can try using an ACTIVE DisplayPort or HDMI to VGA adapter.
Even though VGA is not supported in MAC os you can get it running.
It's still working on some "lucky" combinations (some older discrete GPUs) and a complete no-go on others (most/all iGPUs).
 
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