- Mar 1, 2017
- Gigabyte Z390 M Gaming
- RX 580
- Mobile Phone
I was trying to get the IGPU to work prior to installing the DGPU. The plan is to have both GPUs working
I'll try somethings suggested by @CaseySJ and his threads with the Z390 Designare, and maybe go to Mojave if needed.
Thanks for the reply!!
P.S. Tell us about the Thunderbolt card when you can.
@joanareis so here is where I am with the GC Card-Titan Ridge...After careful reading there is as with all Hackintosh a bit more steps that are involved. It's not as simple as just inserting the card and adding kexts....
Here is something I just read on @CaseySJ 's thread and it states the following:
So, after the long weekend, I had doing personal stuff, and fine-tuning my build I am not going to tackle this until the end of the week.There's a very good chance that it will work with GC-Titan Ridge add-in-card. Note, however, that Thunderbolt add-in-cards require Windows for initiation from a full power-down state, meaning:
- Run Windows and install Thunderbolt driver to initialize the card.
- Now you can reboot into MacOS and use the card.
- You can shutdown and restart MacOS and still use the card.
- But if you do a full power-down (pull power cable from the wall or flip the power switch on power supply) you will need to run Windows again to initialize the card
I have read that it's best to remove the Hackintosh SSD then install windows on another SSD. The reason for this is if you keep your Hackintosh SSD connected, the windows installs something on the Hackintosh SSD. I can't recall where I read it but, I read it last night. I don't want anything dealing with windows os on my Hackintosh.
So, I have to think this through and do more reading and plan my attack.