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I want to end the idea of using an apple-native Xeon W-21xx CPU in Hackintosh to avoid FakeCPUID and kernel patches.

Now it is known:

1) Hackintosh with Xeon W-21xxB also don't boot with stop on End Randomseed+++++++

2) Native Apple iMacPro  with regular Intel Xeon W-21xx(w/o "B") work perfect without any firmware or macOS changes.

 

Make the conclusions yourself

Edited by yapan4

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hi @yapan4

 

Could you please elaborate a little what you mean? I don't exactly understand what you are thinking.

:) 

 

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2 hours ago, yapan4 said:

I want to end the idea of using an apple-native Xeon W-21xx CPU in Hackintosh to avoid FakeCPUID and kernel patches.

Now it is known:

1) Hackintosh with Xeon W-21xxB also don't boot with stop on End Randomseed+++++++

2) Native Apple iMacPro  with regular Intel Xeon W-21xx(w/o "B") work perfect without any firmware or macOS changes.

 

Make the conclusions yourself

Do you mean that it's not possible to use our not Apple branded processors natively or do you mean that they only could be used with FakeCPUID and kernel patch? 

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FakeCPUID and kernel patches are needed for properly boot Hackintosh with apple-native Xeon installed. Any difference with regular Xeon, both are not good. 

 

On native iMacPro1,1 also any difference - both apple and non-apple Xeon are good!

 

It does not help us a lot but at least something:)

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Here is my EFI folder with the latest changes

EFI.zip

Note: My videocard - FirePro W7100 work native after adding DevID to kext plist and disabling AppleGraphicsDevicePolicy. Lilu+WG not needed after that.

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