[success] AMD RX 480 8 GB + MSI H110M Gaming + Skylake i5 6500

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  1. Stork

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    Sep 24, 2017 at 4:51 PM #11
    Stork

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    MultiBeast v9.2.1 for Sierra will not work on an APFS formatted drive...yet. We're working on the Uni/Multi- Beasts for High Sierra as I post this. We'll have new guides for the early adaptors when the HS release is announced.

    However, an olde coaches saying is, "Don't rush to fail!" So, unless your masochistic, I'd wait for the HS announcement dust to settle. :thumbup:
     
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    Oct 2, 2017 at 5:21 PM #12
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    I've been following this guide using a similar setup but the same GPU and everything has been working as expected. However, I got a couple of errors while setting everything up.
    The screen turns black after a certain point during the booting process - both in the usb and the system boot - and I'm sure it has to do with the issues that the rx480 had in the past (Sierra). I left the computer booting the installation drive with the black screen until it hibernated, then turned it on again. I know it was a mistake, but somehow it started displaying after that. The GPU worked flawlessly and I could proceed to the installation. Later, when I tried to boot the OS, the screen went black once again. Checking the log I found that the system does not recognize the graphic card ([fatal] unknown card 0x67DF) and gets stuck immediately, as opposed to what happened with the installation.

    Any clue on what should I do at this point? All the ktexts are in place and I haven't found any feedback about this particular issue for High Sierra.
     
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    Oct 2, 2017 at 5:48 PM #13
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    Hi! Thanks for your detailed reply. Could you please doublecheck your clover.PLIST file? Sounds like your darkwake flag might be set wrong? What’s your hardware apart from the GPU?
     
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    Oct 2, 2017 at 6:18 PM #14
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    That was a fast response, thank you! I'm busy atm but I'll check the plist asap. I have an Intel i5 3330 and a Gigabyte B75M-D3H 1155 B75.
    EDITED: darkwake is set to 8, given that this is the plist you provided
     
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    Oct 4, 2017 at 8:36 PM #15
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    EDITED: It's working now. It was my fault, I had an extra kext installed for compatibility reasons that ended up messing the configuration. Thank you very much for your post
     
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    Oct 11, 2017 at 5:02 AM #16
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    So what exactly did you do to fix that? I have the same error in FCPX:
    -[CtxFrameStats setDevice:]: unrecognized selector sent to instance 0x79348bd0
    I managed to share a file as a master which took apptoximatley over 300GB.

    THX
     
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    Oct 14, 2017 at 5:26 AM #17
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    I have the i5 6400 and RX 470. I am running sierra 12.3 off of your previous guide. I don't want to do a clean install, I just want to upgrade. And I don't want to risk just using the App Store, in case of incompatibilities on the 470 or 6400. Should I just backup the system files, and do this guide, or will my rig differ. Same Mobo.
     
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    Oct 17, 2017 at 5:22 AM #18
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    So I attempted to do this, and it went swell up until booting to the USB stick. It shows some verbose stuff that goes way too fast to read, then goes into the apple logo boot, then goes to something saying this: "macOS cannot be installed on this computer,"

    And then says "OSInstall.mpkg not found"

    Edit: It was OSInstall.mpkg and not .pkg

    Edit 2: decided to go past that part, but now having a new issue. It says: "kextd stall [0-3], (240s): 'AppleACPICPU'
    Then some herbal panic happens. See the image(may need to zoom)
     

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