The Ultimate EVGA SR-2 Hackintosh... THE HACKINBEAST !!!!!!!

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  1. PunkNugget

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    Nov 23, 2016 at 3:11 AM #91
    PunkNugget

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    I am going to send you a PM eventually to explain everything that I used to make this new system work and let you be the judge on what you will allow to be posted. All I will do is post the pics, vid and specs, but aside from using Clover I won't post any other files that I had to use to make this system work. Again, I'll only PM you on it and let you decide… ;)
     
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    Nov 23, 2016 at 11:02 PM #92
    PunkNugget

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    Man, I just want to give you guys a little sample of what my system looks like as I just finished it 5 days ago. But I have to wait a few more days as I'm uploading more products on my site for the holiday season. I have an online e-tail business and have to do that first.

    It's coming soon though… :thumbup:
     
  3. IgnitePro

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    Apr 20, 2017 at 3:32 AM #93
    IgnitePro

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    I am helping one of my friend has that build EVGA SR-2 Board upgrade the OS from 10.7 to Mavericks 10.9
    I got the OS and everything seem working fine, USB 2.0/3.0, Video driver, but I can't make the Internal Audio work,
    I order the USB Audio $10 already, but would be nice to use the Internal Audio (889 Realtek something)
    Also I run into the little issue that the computer won't wake up after go to "sleep mode", has to force shut down and turn it back on.
     
  4. JCorb

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    Jun 19, 2017 at 9:10 PM #94
    JCorb

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    Any luck on those final snaglist? Also, your linked images have gone missing on your post. I have a solid 10.9.5 build using the SR-2 but unfortunately Adobe Creative Cloud has stopped supporting mavericks and I have to move up to something. I rather go at least to El Cap, but with the pascal support on Sierra (which I have working on other machines) I'd love to go all the way up to that. Let me know if I can get those images or a bit more of a walkthrough from you. Thanks!

     

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