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  1. Hey guys! Running into some problems with my x99 build and hoping someone can help:) I've been following a mix of x99 guides (found both here and {censored}) to no success thus far. The furthest I have gotten is a hang up on AMFILoad after [ PCI Configuration Begin ] as seen below Obviously the first error is that it hangs on AMFILoad. I haven't had much luck in finding out what I need to change/fix to get past this. The other error is "Unsynchronized TSC for CPU" (also seen in that screenshot). That one seems more likely to be an issue with the VoodooTSCSync kext but I'm not quite sure why as I have literally just used someone else's (successful) voodoo kext who modified it for the i7 6950x (which is the processor I have) using @Brumbaer's patch (on insanely mac) where you simply change the IOCPUNumber to 19 (10 cores, 20 threads, subtract 1 from 20 to get the 19) in the kext. I also have a successful Windows 10 boot on a different SSD so I extracted the DSDT.bin and SSDT.bin with RW Everything, converted them to DSDT.aml and SSDT.aml and placed them in the EFI>CLOVER>ACPI>patched folder. Currently, I'm also running it with 1 single 16 GB stick of RAM (and not the full 96 GB of RAM). Additionally, I have tried various usb sticks and usb ports with no additional success. Any and all help would be much appreciated on this issue as I'm pretty much totally stuck Let me know if there is any additional information I can provide or upload, etc.
  2. Hello. I have as Main components (as mentiond in the title)... PC with Intel Chipset X99 (ASUS X99-A). 64 GB Ram, Intel Xeon E5-1620-v3 (3.5GHz) and Radeon Graphic-Card (at the moment I don't remember the exact model/Graphic-Chip, but it is a 'Saphire'-Graphic-Card with an Radeon GPU and about 480 Shaders, with 1 GB DDR5 Graphic-Card-Ram) The main and general question is: Is it possible to install a hackintosch on a separated GPT partition with these Hardware-Components, using Clover in UEFI mode? Somebody in an another forum told me that it isn't possible with this Hardware, even if it is an Intel-based computer... Annotation: I'm new with Clover (first I found reFind)) and switch to GPT/EFI on my boot HDD about 2 months ago, but AFAIK at the moment, Clover should/could be the best solution to do this and set up a Hackintosch which this Hardware? A.
  3. Hi, I need support to finish my build. I'm on Post Installation and the system needs: Correct Power management. I couldn't enable P-States AGPM Patch - I need to boost the GPU performance by editing AGPM. Right now I score 50fps at Cinebench. In order to have a usable system I need to reach at least 95fps (in windows I'm scoring 133fps) Thunderbolt - The card isn't recognize. Maybe you guys can detect a reason for that on the files. So far no one could find what's wrong and several users succed installint the same pcie thunderbolt card on the same Mobo. The card is working on windows. Before booting OSX I setup security Id to legacy mode and cache line to 128. Obviously I plug the device before booting. Improve performance and overall benchmarks - Geekbench Score is too low . I expect at leat a Multi Core Score of 22000 The system must run stable FILES EFI FOLDER - USB Installer
  4. So I'm trying to install Mac OS on my ASRock Extreme4 X99 PC. I tried using an El Capitan distro, and even used several boot arguments (-x, ncpi=0x3000, GraphicsEnabler=No, nv_disable=1, cpus=1, PCIRootUID=1, -f, -v, the list goes on) But nothing seems to be working. Every time I just got stuck on "DSMOS has arrived" and it wouldn't continue. I can't seem to find anything online about this. Continuing on, I had my boyfriend make me a U{censored} USB stick with his Mac. I feel like this failed to work because he created a disc image of El Capitan that he created on his Mac, but there was no EFI partition in the image for some reason. (While I'm here, if someone could tell me if theres any way to include both partitions in a disc image that would be awesome.) As a final attempt at this, I tried a Yosemite distro, and this time I got one step farther, and it stopped at "[IOBluetoothHCIController][start]--completed" and I searched for a long time but still can't seem to find anything to fix this issue. I also need to add in here that I have no access to an actual Mac. My boyfriend is long distance currently and can only send me files online. My system specifications are as follows: Motherboard - ASRock Extreme4 X99 CPU - Intel i7 5820k Graphics Card - NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 RAM - 8GB DDR4 Thank you in advance to anyone who can help me out!
  5. Salut voici comment je crée un disque El Capitan depuis un Hack ou bien un Mac pour une X99 La vidéo vaut mieux qu'un long discourt
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