Ich lese dieses Forum sehr gerne und Dieses Forum hat mir sehr geholfen mit meinem Hackintosh Build. Ich verstehe Deutsch sehr gut, aber ich spreche es nicht so gut. Also, entschuldigen Sie mich, ich werde in English schreiben.
I built a few Hackintoshes and thanks to this forum I resolved quite a few problems (USB ports config, network...) with my builds.
Since new modular Mac Pro is not near, I decided to build one myself. I have Intel i9 configuration already, but for some of my tasks I wanted something a bit different - Xeon based.
So I went on and bought following:
Motherboard: Supermicro X11SRA https://www.supermicro.com/pro…rd/Xeon/C420/X11SRA-F.cfm
This motherboard has a great M.2 and U.2 drive support, up to 256GB ECC RDIMM DDR4 support, 2 network cards (1Gbit and 5Gbit)...
CPU: Intel W-2175 https://ark.intel.com/products…sor-19_25M-Cache-2_50-GHz This CPU can be found in new iMac Pro
RAM: 32GB modules of DDR4-266 RDIMM (so far I have 128GB, expecting one more kit of 128GB so that I have 256GB of RAM in total)
Disks: 2x 1TB Samsung M.2 960Pro and 2x Intel Optane 900P 480GB
Graphics card: AMD Vega Frontier Edition 16GB
Power supply: Corsair HX1200i
CPU is cooled with Noctua NH-D15 and chassis with NF-A14.
I went with Clover installation, and install of High Sierra 10.13.3 went through first time.
Everything is stable so far and I only have a few problems:
5Gbit Aquantia AQC108 Network card is not recognized (second NIC from Intel works)
AMD Vega Frontier fans are pretty loud. I thought AMD fan spinning bug was corrected in 10.13.3, but obviously it is not.
Now to the question:
I based my Clover on iMac Pro 1.1 with OsxAptioFix2Drv-free2000.efi and EmuVariableUefi-64.efi. I read a lot that these files are not the way to go with High Sierra 10.13 installs.
What do you recommend, what are your experiences?
If there will be interest I can write about my setup in more details.