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About nindustries

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  1. NVMe native support in 10.13 :)

    Do we still need to put the IONVMeFamily.kext in clover? I assume not, as High Sierra must be NVMe-bootable. I do not have my NVMe drive yet, so cannot test.
  2. New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

    Quo guys, any plans for a mITX motherboard? Debating between this and a Deskmini 110.
  3. So I went through the topic and I have to admit i'm a bit confused. Could someone sum up what is currently required to install macos the vanilla way on a Samsung 960 Pro NVMe drive? Thanks!
  4. Hello, I made something I think some of you might like. This little bash, command line script will list all of your startup entries for your macOS machine. It does this by listing all plist entries in LaunchDaemon & LaunchAgent folders. (user + system) It can also list system loaded plists or login hooks. You can disable or enable them, this script will move it to ${filename}.disabled. Github repo: https://github.com/HazCod/maclaunch Download: https://github.com/HazCod/maclaunch/releases
  5. Thanks! My mistake, I meant Displayport. Thank you! AppleALC doesn't mention adding support for other chipsets, so I assume the Realtek ALC283 is natively supported?
  6. Ahoy there! I am looking at building my first vanilla hackintosh to drive a 4K display over Displayport. Requirements for me are; speed, performance but not gaming. I do realize I included a -K CPU, but the base clock of that model is far larger than the non-K version. (4.2Ghz vs 3.6Ghz) CPU: Intel Core i7-7700K MOBO/Case/PSU: AsRock Deskmini 110 Memory: Crucial CT16G4SFD824A NVMe (PCI): Samsung 960 EVO 500GB Bluetooth/Wifi: to be determined Any thoughts? Thank you! Kexts I would certainly need: - FakeSMC ; to let it think I run genuine apple hardware - Fake CPUID ; to let it think I run Skylake instead of Kaby Lake - FakePCIID.kext and FakePCIID_Intel_HD_Graphics.kext ; to let it think I run Skylake graphics - 'Skylake Glitch Fix' (AAPL,GfxYTile) ; no clue why - VoodooHDA ; to let sound work (I think) AppleALC: native apple audio for non-apple hardware - IONVMeFamily.kext ; from macos, to let NVMe work at boot.