- Mar 17, 2019
- Gigabyte Z390 M Gaming
- Vega Frontier Edition
Thank you I am trying to understand it, but for me it is not very clear, I appreciate if you could help me,Hello @artooks
You need to set up the IGPU in "Headless" configuration to run Final Cut Pro X , iMovie and other professional video editing software, meaning that the IGPU wil not be used to display but only for compute tasks.
please read carefully this post from @Kennkimm66 that explains very well what it is, how to set it up and how to verify it is working correctly.
@Ventilator You can safely change Initial Display Output to PCIe Slot 1 instead of IGFX. That is, in fact, the recommended configuration. Cool. I'm about to restart and try that. EDIT: Just did that. It locked up when I put in my password in OSX, but after restarting a second time it loaded...www.tonymacx86.com
Please have a look also in this same thread the discussion that I had with @CaseySJ for my configuration
[SUCCESS] jbarnette's Build - ASUS TUF Z390 M Gaming + i9-9900K + Sapphire RX Vega 64 8GB + 32GB RAM + MacOS 10.14.3 w/ USB3 working!Cool! Thanks guys. I’ll try myself later.www.tonymacx86.com
You will have also very good info related to Headless mode in @jaymonkey 's thread about Lilu and its plug ins (this guide together with the ones from @CaseySJ are part of what I would call the "Hackintosh Bible"
From what I have red It says that we need VDADecoderChecker to see if the Hardware Acceleration is enabled or not, I attached it It says it is fully supported, so in my SMBIOS, My Product Model is set to: iMacPro1,1 would that still work ?
so apart from these do I have to go to the Devices Properties and what should I enter that is not very clear for me I am using intel i9-9900 and AMD Radeon Vega 64 Frontier Edition GPU, so what should I enter in the properties ?