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Coffee Lake Intel UHD 630 Graphics issue on High Sierra 10.13.5 with i5-8400 + Asus Rox Strix H370-F

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I just finished hackintosh installation on my computer with below configuration,


CPU : Intel i5 8400


GPU : On board Intel UHD 630

RAM : 8 GB Crucial

SSD : 240 GB WD

PS : Corsair VS550W

Cabinet : Corsair 100R

OS : High Sierra 10.13.5


Everything is working fine except Graphics full acceleration, i get only 7 MB GPU.


Tried with IntelGraphicsFix, Lilu.. and other Kexts.. but nothing is working. 


Any help to get full GPU would be appreciated.



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