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  1. Factionrider

    NVMe native support in 10.13 :)

    So many people to reply to quoting doesn't make sense on mobile. Ncoden: No idea about MBA. The newest Mac laptop I have is from 2012 and has no mpcie or m2 slot at all. Though, I would be willing to bet that like the Mac Pro it would require an efi update to the logic board. Kris: I have not tested, but I would be shocked if it booted without an EFI patch to the motherboard. The boot loader runs entirely in the systems EFI and that would require a patch as far as I know. I would test but all my current projects are on that disk. Maybe when I do a fresh instal of the public release of High Sierra I'll try that drive.
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    NVMe native support in 10.13 :)

    Just checked the release notes. No mention of SSDs or NVMe. This was the biggest reason I installed, I rely on pikes kext and wanted to see if it still worked.
  3. While not exactly a hackintosh, I'm running a 2009 4.1 Mac Pro flashed to 5.1. NVMe drives seem to be supported natively now. Previously I had to use pikemanalpha's script to generate a custom kext in 10.12. This beta sees both my AHCI Samsung 951 and my NVMe version as well.
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    Installer freezes

    I'm having the same problem with the same install disk. Nforce3 MSI K8neoPlatinum Motherboard AGP 6600GT 1.5g ram AMD 64 3400+