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  1. Same issue here. Also using HD530 but with GTX 1060 on High Sierra 10.13.6. My kext drivers are exactly the same as yours and in config.plist I removed InjectIntel due to Whatevergreen.kext can do the job just fine. Also I've only got 1 primary display connecting to the GTX 1060 via the HDMI port on the discrete graphics card. So if I connect the display to the motherboard DVI port which means HD530 is being used as the primary graphics card, macOS can detect both cards no problem and QuickSync in FCPX and AirPlay both seem to be working. The problem with this solution is that when I boot into Windows although the system recognizes the Nvidia card, it seems to be disabled by default and the gaming experience just becomes awful. However if I connect the display to the discrete GPU, neither AirPlay nor QuickSync on macOS would work and it takes ages for FCPX to export a video. My hackintosh simply won't recognize the existence of the IGPU. Thoughts guys? Similar questions have been asked on r/hackintosh and tonymacx86 as well but neither provided a proper solution. Any suggestions would be appreciated.