- May 29, 2013
- Asus ROG Strix Z370-G Gaming (Wi-Fi AC)
- i9-9900K OC'd @ 5.0GHz
- Radeon VII
- Classic Mac
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- Mobile Phone
I guess that when people say "vanilla", they mean (1) leaving macOS unmodified and (2) keeping everything that makes macOS believe that your computer is a Mac all contained in the EFI. As I said, I've been doing that with this build since day 1. That's why following this build is so easy. Basically, just copy over the EFI folder and you are good to go.TBH, I am not 100% sure what vanilla technically means but I see a lot of hate elsewhere towards non-vanilla methods, especially some tools available here on tony, everything works so I dont really care, was just curious.
2!? Ok, the same was happening here, no display, and it was stopping the bootloader from loading, now I am less worried about it being my fault somehow, thanks!
1Mhz difference doesn't worry me, the only problem about it is some Audio software (from Native Instruments) takes note of clock speed's, if they change the software thinks the whole system changed and all the software licenses need reauthorizing. I guess I'll need to do some research.
Thanks man, you're awesome, wish I could buy you a beer or two one day
Hackintoshing nowadays leaves macOS unmodified. Even hackintoshing with AMD CPUs no longer requires custom kernels. Whatever patches are necessary can all be accomplished with Clover or OpenCore.
If I'm correct in my assumption of what "vanilla" means, there really isn't much that isn't vanilla when using modern hackintoshing methods.