I am currently running Mojave on a GTX660 with 2 displays (one is 1920x1200, second one is 4K retina)
Since I upgraded to Mojave, I get some very annoying glitches on the display.
From what I saw on the Internets this is a common issue with this nVidia card (I temporarily switched to a GTX650 which works fine but does not support my 4K display)
So I am willing to switch to an AMD graphic card for better compatiblity (as Apple now only uses AMD graphics on macs).
For budget reason I will probably go for a RX580 rather than a Vega, but from what I read trough the forum, some people are facing issue with FCPX and this card (export to H264 does not work)
I guess that this is because the GPU is not correctly handled, and that FCP X is not able to user hardward acceleration for rendering.
As I am using Premiere pro, I was wondering if there was such issues with Premiere ?
And more generally: does Premiere Pro will take benefit of this card, or will I get same performances with a cheaper RX570 or even RX560 ?
I was able to install macOS Sierra 10.12.6 a few months ago successfully with working audio, internet, etc.
But now I want to upgrade to High Sierra and am not sure whether or not it will be compatible with my system. (Tried to do it using a High Sierra USB. Wouldn't boot into installer, showed "+++++++++++++" or something.)
My specs are:
Dell Optiplex 3010
Intel Core i3-3240 @ 3.40GHz (HD2500 Integrated Graphics)
4GB of RAM
NVIDIA Quadro FX1800 (Want to use this GPU, have an extra Radeon HD7470 somewhere that I can also use in this if needed)
Conexant CX20641 Audio
Realtek RTL8111E Ethernet
So, can I upgrade to High Sierra? Please let me know.
EDIT: I kept getting this error: (See attached image)
My name is Joshua Bedford, and I'm brand new to this community. It appears as though I have been missing out! I started over at hewhoshallnotbenamed's (from what I understand) website. I need some help!
I built my first (and only so far) hackintosh a little over 2 years ago (I think. haven't looked at exact dates). It has worked phenomenally, and was running my dual 27" displays perfectly for web development and video editing. The problem now is USB3.0, audio, and iMessage no longer work. iMessage was always spotty, but I need audio and USB3.0! It recognizes USB2.0 devices plugged into 3.0 ports, but not 3.0 devices (such as my 3TB external drive and usb hub).
My question is this: Based on the hardware below, would it be a good idea / compatible to wipe it and start over with high sierra and the newest bootloader powering it? The only data on the drive is the OS and a few programs. Nothing irreplaceable or difficult to replace. My main question is one of compatibility (I'm not very knowledgeable about this process).
Everything except the monitor (I moved to 2 curved 27") is still true. Please view that for any specific part numbers!
Let me know if more information is needed. I am willing to be helped in debugging the current system, but i wonder if installing high sierra would be easier.
P.S. I bent a few of the pins in the USB3.0 header that connects the front panel of my case. That wouldn't cause the entire system to reject USB3.0 right? I'm plugging directly into the motherboard not through that plug.
I know this is kind of broad, but if I build a workstation that's well supported on High Sierra now, how likely is it to still work well with the next major OSx release next fall?
If you had to guess, what % chance do I have of encountering major issues when trying to update next fall? The kinds of issues that would seriously interfere with my day to day work of photo and video editing? For example, kext/kernel panics (is that even a thing still?) or major pieces of hardware suddenly not being supported, and so on...
Has migrating your Hackintosh to the latest release has gotten easier in recent years? So for those of you who have been making builds for a while, is going from Sierra to High Sierra causing you fewer problems than Mavericks --> Yosemite for example or Yosemite --> El Capitan etc?
Sorry if this is a bit broad and ignorant, but I've been away from the forums for quite a while and just trying to get a sense of how "stable" and "future-proof" Hackintoshes are these days - compared to Apple's own desktops ...
I'm OK not updating incrementally ie v13.1 to v13.2 if I need to, but I'm worried about having to start completely from scratch with each new main version.