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I wonder if the pascal gpus will work in a real mac such as the mac pro 5,1. I would love to have a gtx 1080ti working on my mac pro 5.1
 
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Gtx 1080 working perfectly here under Sierra 10.12.4. I can retire my gtx 770 now.
 

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I wonder if the pascal gpus will work in a real mac such as the mac pro 5,1. I would love to have a gtx 1080ti working on my mac pro 5.1
Sure. I was reading over at the MacRumors' Mac Pro forum section that MacVidCards already has tested the 1080 Ti with his EFI vBIOS. See also http://www.macvidcards.com/blog
 
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I cant even get to the installer....I have a 7700K and a GTX 1080. I did everything with UniBeast (including moving the Nvidia package to the USB stick with everything else).

I spoofed my CPUID

I have my Boot Args set to nv_disable=1

When I attempt to boot from the drive, I see the Apple logo and within 30 seconds, I get the halt symbol. I also can't get verbose to see what's causing the error. :(
 

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I cant even get to the installer....I have a 7700K and a GTX 1080. I did everything with UniBeast (including moving the Nvidia package to the USB stick with everything else).

I spoofed my CPUID

I have my Boot Args set to nv_disable=1

When I attempt to boot from the drive, I see the Apple logo and within 30 seconds, I get the halt symbol. I also can't get verbose to see what's causing the error. :(
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Specs:
-Z170A MSI GAMING Pro CARBON
-CPU: Intel 7700K i7
-GPU: GTX 1080 Founder's Edition
-RAM: 16GB DDR4 2133Mhz

Subject: I can't even get to the installer menu for macOS Sierra. Here is what I've done so far:

I did everything I needed to do with UniBeast, then I moved the new WebDriver package to the to the USB drive, too. When tweaking some settings and then attempting to start the installer, I see the Apple Logo, then the hault symbol. I hit the spacebar for verbose, but nothing happens.

I changed all of my BIOS settings that was recommended from the Hackintosh Guide.

I boot from my USB stick and I changed my Fake CPUID to: 0x000506E3
  • Kernel Support CPU (unchecked)
  • Kernel Lapic Patch (unchecked)
  • Kernel Haswell-E Patch (unchecked)
  • Kernel PM Patch Patch (checked)
  • AppleIntel CPUPM Patch (checked)
  • AppleRTC Patch (checked)
  • Dell SMBIOS Patch (unchecked)
What, if any, options do I need to check for Graphic Injector? (Again, I just downloaded the latest Pascal beta drivers)
 
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