Ok. I hope that later on a solution will appear.
I do have on more question for you: I have not been able to set up the buil-in sound in my hackintosh neither in Yosemite nor El Capitan. According to the mobo specifications, it is supposed to be based on Realtek ALC 888B. Whew I look at the system report it says that the audio ID is 887. I checked in Windows and it says the same thing. I plug in speakers but they are not recognized in Mac OS. To overcome the sound issue, I installed a Sabrent USB sound device, but sometimes apps like GarageBand don't like it and after a while the sound stops being heard. What fix would you recommend to try?
I just installed a USB 3.0 PCIe card with a ASM1042a controller that works natively in Yosemite but in 10.11 is causing a booting error and reboot when I connect the external devices to the ports prior to turning on the PC. However, the devices (external HDs) are recognized and seem to work if I connect them after the initial booting stages. Does any of you have an idea about the fix that I should apply? My USB 2.0 built-in ports work well after DSDT patch to rename EHC1 and EHC2 and the SSDT patch that Rehabman suggest in his github project.
I used config.plist/ACPI/DSDT/Patches to do the rename in my BRIX repo. Refer to the config.plist there: https://github.com/RehabMan/Gigabyte-BRIX-s-DSDT-Patch
I'll eventually write a guide... but it is not easy to explain to the person not familiar with things...
Audio is off-topic for this thread (which is for USB).