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NVISEN Y-MU01 i7-8565U Mini PC Build Possible?

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Hi I got a NVISEN Y-MU01 i7-8565U a little while ago.

I tried to follow the standard install procedure for Mojave, but I haven't been able to get through to the OS yet. It dies somewhere in the boot process. I attached a photo of the verbose output.

I'm not sure what motherboard or chipsets it has and I can't find any detailed spec sheets. The BIOS is AMI but is really stripped down and not have very many options compared to a regular desktop motherboard.

In windows I ran Intel Driver & Support Assistant and downloaded the Detailed System Report which I also attached.

I know I haven't provided much information but does anyone know if it's possible to run mac os on this hardware?
 

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I have exactly this machine and have Mojave running on it. Problem is I bought it on EBay as a hackintosh with Catalina pre-installed. I downgraded to Mojave by erasing the HD, installing the OS and copying the Clover folder over. Now it runs "fine" with Mojave but there are a lot of things I don't like. The UHD 620 is (wrongly?) recognized as a Iris Pro 655(?) and performance is not much better than a mini hack with a 7600T and an Intel HD 630 iGPU. Maybe the wrong recognition is the cause here and I would like to improve that. For both mini hacks I used a MBP SMBIOS (MBP14,2 and 15,2 if memory serves).

The bigger problem is that one CPU core is always running at 100% and the fan is spinning accordingly. One possible explanation could be that the M2 S-ATA SSD is shown to overheat at 32xxx deg C. Another possible cause could be that AppleHDA is not patched yet - I copied only the Clover folder but did not check for AppleHDA patches. I only saw that AppleHDA Patcher and Codec Commander were installed, so I assume that AppleHDA was patched (ALC269). AppleALC is also used (layout ID: 28). Audio as such works fine (using headphone jack, HDMI audio is installed too but I am not interested in that).

All in all I don't like the existing Clover setup. The config is quite messy (relative to the configs I use for my hackintoshes, which always have the cleanest config possible), a lot of ACPI files (probably dumped via F4), framebuffer patches and a lot of conflicting kexts. At some point I'd like to redo everything but it will be the toughest setup I ever had. My hope was that it would work like with the 7600T (mainboard is a Gigabyte H270N-Wifi): as soon as I use the correct SMBIOS (MacBook Pro instead of MacMini or iMac) things would just fall into place. Alas, they didn't.
 
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I have exactly this machine and have Mojave running on it. Problem is I bought it on EBay as a hackintosh with Catalina pre-installed. I downgraded to Mojave by erasing the HD, installing the OS and copying the Clover folder over. Now it runs "fine" with Mojave but there are a lot of things I don't like. The UHD 620 is (wrongly?) recognized as a Iris Pro 655(?) and performance is not much better than a mini hack with a 7600T and an Intel HD 630 iGPU. Maybe the wrong recognition is the cause here and I would like to improve that. For both mini hacks I used a MBP SMBIOS (MBP14,2 and 15,2 if memory serves).

The bigger problem is that one CPU core is always running at 100% and the fan is spinning accordingly. One possible explanation could be that the M2 S-ATA SSD is shown to overheat at 32xxx deg C. Another possible cause could be that AppleHDA is not patched yet - I copied only the Clover folder but did not check for AppleHDA patches. I only saw that AppleHDA Patcher and Codec Commander were installed, so I assume that AppleHDA was patched (ALC269). AppleALC is also used (layout ID: 28). Audio as such works fine (using headphone jack, HDMI audio is installed too but I am not interested in that).

All in all I don't like the existing Clover setup. The config is quite messy (relative to the configs I use for my hackintoshes, which always have the cleanest config possible), a lot of ACPI files (probably dumped via F4), framebuffer patches and a lot of conflicting kexts. At some point I'd like to redo everything but it will be the toughest setup I ever had. My hope was that it would work like with the 7600T (mainboard is a Gigabyte H270N-Wifi): as soon as I use the correct SMBIOS (MacBook Pro instead of MacMini or iMac) things would just fall into place. Alas, they didn't.

Can you share EFI folder and Bios settings please?
thanks
 
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BIOS settings I can't say - the options are reduced and I didn't change them anyway. CLOVER folder attached.
 

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