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  1. [GUIDE] GA-Z97-D3H - GTX650 - MacOS Sierra 10.12 Intro: This is a guide written specifically for the GAZ97D3H on OSX Sierra. It should be noted that this guide will also work for El Cap. This board and build is flawless thanks to the hard work of myself and many forum members on OSX86.net. Thank you. Hardware: GA-Z97-D3H (rev 1.1, latest BIOS) Intel Core i7 4790k (O.C. to 4.6Ghz) EVGA GTX650 1GB 16GB HyperX 1833mhz 120GB PNY Optima SSD Corsair H110i GTX 1TB WD HDD, 320GB HDD MacOS Sierra 10.12 Additional Hardware: This build does not use onboard audio. It also uses a USB wifi dongle. Enabling ALC1150 audio on this board is possible but i HIGHLY recommend just buying the USB audio dongle below. SO much easier. Asus N13 USB Wifi Dongle (been using this since 10.6) Syba Virtual 7 SD-CM-UAUD71 7.1 Audio USB dongle (i have had 3 of these and work OOB) Working: App Store CPU Scaling (speedstep) Graphics Ethernet Wifi Everything Installation: Download Sierra from App store Create a USB (theres plenty of guides around the web that work easily) IMPORTANT: Don't forget to copy FakeSMC.kext to /EFI/Clover/Kexts/10.12 before installing (if '10.12' folder not there, make a new one) Before Installing: Enable the following BIOS features and SAVE the profile in case ever lost.. Disable VT-d Set XHCI to Auto mode Disable IGFX Enable XHCI and EHCI handoff Set SATA Configuration to AHCI Post Install: Install Ethernet kext Download: AppleIntelE1000e.kext.zip Place in ~System/Library/Extension Run Kextutility.app to repair permissions/cache . (not completely required but recommended) Reboot <---- Install Wifi Kext and Preference Pane for USB Dongle This kext is hard to find anymore. I don't use the drivers provided by ASUS on their website. I use another kext because Asus's was giving me proper shutdown problems. (more info: http://www.osx86.net/forums/topic/22716-mini-guide-asus-usb-n13-wifi-hackintosh-dongle/) Download RT2870 kext: RT2870USBWirelessDriver.kext.zip Download DWA140 Pref Pane: DWA-140WirelessUtility.prefPane.zip (this allows us to use the wifi kext through preferences) Install RT2870.kext at ~System/Library/Extensions Install DWA140 Pre Pane at ~System/Library/Preference Panes Repair permissions/caches with kextutility.app REBOOT <--- Install Clover Bootloader to Installation Drive Download Clover Bootloader at sourcefourge.net Run through installer with these settings: (see attached images) DONT REBOOT YET Download my config file: config.plist Install config.plist at EFI/Clover Install FAKESMC.kext at EFI/Clover/Kexts/10.12 (again, make a 10.12 folder if it's missing) Reboot CHECKUP Check to see if TRIM support is enabled in System Information (it should be, if not, see below)Check 'About This Mac' to make sure everything is recognized If not enabled, see guide: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/298507-enable-trim-on-non-apple-ssd/ Download DPCI Manager application (google) and run it. Under Status>model interface, you should see two items (one for ethernet, one for RT2870 ASUS USB) If the ethernet device is listed as 'en 0' then App store will work If the wifi is 'en 0' then app store will not work Verify App Store is working if not, navigate to MAC SSD/Library/Preferences/System Configuration Delete network interfaces.plist Reboot and App Store should work, also DPCI manager would show 'En 0' for ethernet. Generate SSDT SSDTs are required to enable CPU scaling - More info: http://www.osx86.net/forums/topic/24129-faq-4790k-haswell-how-to-install-on-a-hackintosh/ Place SSDT.aml at EFI/Clover/ACPI/Patched Optional: Install Nvidia Web Drivers Download nvidia web drivers from Nvidia's site (not gpu specific) Make sure nvda_drv=1 kernel flag is selected in config.plist (use clover configurator app) - this allows the web drivers to load - if you used my config, it is already enabled Notes: *my config file attached has two strings under Kernel and Kext Patches > KextsToPatch.... one is trim enabler and the other im not totally sure what it is but keep it *If wanting to enable onboard alc1150 audio see my guide here for El Cap: http://www.osx86.net/forums/topic/23733-success-ga-z97-d3h-gtx650-el-capitan-1011-clover/ Issues: Really no issues are present with this build which is astonishing and the result of many OS X generations of fiddling around. That is not to say that the occasional KP won't happen. But overall, this is as close to stable as a hackintosh can get. I'm amazed. FAQ: DO I NEED TO INSTALL NVIDIA WEB DRIVERS? Answer is no, but they can fix long boot times (experienced this before and it fixed it) and if "About This Mac" is reading 'GTX 650 1023 MB' it will also fix that (sometimes) DO I NEED SSDT? YES. It allows the CPU to be efficient HOW TO OVERCLOCK? Overclocking must be done via the UEFI bios menu. CPU Test and Prime 95 and Intel Power Gadget are good apps to use HOW TO MONITOR TEMPS and STUFF? Monitor temps with the app HWMonitor. Download the app and install the sensors at System/Library/Extensions HOW TO ENABLE iMESSAGE? I'm an android guy so i dont use iMessage, but if for some reason it isn't working after using this guide to enable App Store, then do some research. Its quite a complex subject but can be done! DO BIOS VERSIONS MATTER? Bios should be latest revision - but i have used 3 versions with this board and all work well. Performance: Geekbench 64bit: 19589 score APPRECIATION: Thanks to all who has helped in the past. OSX86.net , forums members DMOS and Kyndder, as well as many others in the community. Thank you. I will update this thread. Hit me up for questions. I get push notifications to my phone.
  2. theconsumer1's GA-H61m-DS2 / Core i5 / 8GB RAM / GeForce210 Build! (running 10.9.1 Mavericks) ? ? Hey folks, I wanted to share my build with you all. It is full functional with virtually no problems. I use this build as a workstation for music production and small photo editing. It makes a mean machine for almost any user besides a gamer. The weak GeForce 210 does not offer a great experience for gaming, however I will eventually upgrade the build to a GTX650 and an SSD in the future. If you have any question about the build, contact me on here. Thanks~! ? Components: ? Average Build Cost: $520 ? Gigabyte GAH61m-DS2 (rev 2.2) Motherboard (bios F7) Core i5 2500k @ 3.3Ghz EVGA GeForce 210 1024mb? 8gb Corsair XMS3 1333mhz 750 GB W.D. HDD Coolermaster Elite 460w PSU Asus WIFI USB-N13 Adapter (optional) NZXT Source 210 Computer Case (white) ? Installation Notes: ? OSX Mavericks 10.9 was installed on this build via U{censored}. However, mountain lion/lion will also work, But Mavericks seems to be the most compatible I have ran yet. Mountain lion ran into some issues when updating to 10.8.3. I prefer Mavericks. ? ? ? ? ? Note: This build needs to be booted with?GraphicsEnabler=Yes ? ? Bios Settings (running version F7): ? Load optimize Defaults Set SATA to AHCI Change Internal Graphics to 'PEG' Enable HPET Disable onboard graphics (not recommended by me, keep on "auto") ? Post Installation: ? Download MB{censored} for mavericks (only latest version will work) Select DSDT Free Installation (or you can select Chimera bootloader,) Realtek ALCxxx > Without DSDT> alc887/888b Current (sound driver) Realtek - Lnx2Mac's Realtek RTL81xx v0.0.90 (Ethernet) NullCPUPower Generate CPU states Hibernate Mode - desktop (ensures proper shutdown) Use KernelCache Place the correct SSDT in /extra folder if you have an extremely slow boot/shutdown process:?http://www.{censored}.com/audio/109902-usb-start-up-problem-aka-audio-problem.html Note: Always boot with GraphicsEnabler=Yes ? ? ? ? ? IF you bought the Asus Wireless Wifi USB-n13 Adapter, visit this link:http://www.asus.com/Networking/USBN13/#support Or search in google "Asus Wireless n13 USB stick utility" ? Once, at the page, you need to download the Asus Wireless utility (NOT DRIVERS) for 10.7 ? Last words: ? Thanks to {censored} and osx86.net for letting me share my build and also for providing all the resources to make this possible. A thanks to {censored} user peacefulwilly who provided a post on a similar build to help me out. I have a guide on {censored} under "user builds" in which you can also check out. ? FAQ: ? Why isnt this build shutting down properly? This build will never reach proper shutdown with these settings. The sound driver ruins the shutdown. I don't know why. ? Why is it that I cannot boot into the BIOS with my GeForce210 GPU? The GeForce 210 card is small, therefore it will not always allow you to access the BIOS with large HDTVs. If you get a monitor, it will be able to boot into the bios without a black screen. ? What about a bootloader? This build does not like bootloaders. I have always used the U{censored} USB stick to boot into the OSX partition. I have tried bootloaders and all have never worked. BUT the other day I installed the "DSDT Free installation" on MB{censored} and it hooked me up with a Chimera Bootloader that seems to be working greatly. Try that. ? ? I hope you all enjoyed my build and hopefully i can help others out there running a similar configuration. This build is very compatible. I do NOT use HD3000 integrated graphics because I like to keep a load off my CPU. This EVGA GeForce210 works fine and is compatible right out the box with GE=Yes ? Comments are appreciated. Peace! ? ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ? ? UPDATE: ?10.9.1 was a success 100 percent... however the update did remove my SSDT in /extra. So i reinstalled it because of the slow boot process. Were good! ? UPDATE: 10.9.2 Success. No problems. ? UPDATE: 10.9.3 Success. Had to reinstall sound driver!
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