ASRock Fatal1ty Z270 GAMING-ITX/AC Hackintosh Build Guide

This guide will walk you through how to install macOS Sierra on a ASRock Z270 Fatal1ty motherboard by turning it into a hackintosh. You will do this by creating a macOS bootloader and copy pasting my EFI Folder into your installer and final boot drive.

I upgraded my previous hackintosh build with the ASROCK H270 ITX + G4560 I wrote about here because I needed  more out of my little machine.  I bought an i7-7700k for much more speed then the G4560 in my previous build that I paired with a  Fatal1ty Z270 ITX by ASRock since I had success with with ASRock motherboards.

I also chose the Fatal1ty board because it would give me far better audio quality with the newer ALC1220, lower VRAM temps and small overclocking potential with the largest Noctua cooler I could fit in mini cougar case.

ASROCK Fatal1ty Z270 Hack Build

ASRock Fatal1ty Z270 Gaming ITX Build

Part Name Purchase
Total $1057.49
CPU Intel Core i7-7700K Quad-Core Processor $329.99
CPU Cooler Noctua NH-L12 Low-profile Quiet CPU Cooler $59.95
Motherboard ASRock Fatal1ty Z270 Gaming-ITX/ac $158.99
Memory Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-2666 Memory $119.99
Storage Samsung 850 EVO 500GB 2.5-Inch SATA SSD $169.99
Video Card EVGA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti SC GAMING $118.60
Power Supply EVGA 600 BQ, 80+ BRONZE 600W $49.99
Case COUGAR QBX Mini-ITX Computer Case $49.99

What Works

  • Sound
  • Ethernet
  • USB-C Port
  • USB3 Speeds
  • HD530/H630
  • Nvidia HDMI Audio
  • Nvidia Graphics Card
  • Nvidia GFX Sleep/Wake
  • App Store, iBooks, iMessage

Guide

For this guide all you have to do is create a copy/paste a prepared EFI Folder. Once macOS is installed the integrated ALC 1220 audio chipset on the motherboard will work as well as ethernet.

This guide will likely work for all of the ASROCK Fatal1ty motherboards based on the Intel Kabylake 200 series chipset, so if you have a full size ATX Fatal1ty motherboard this guide should work for you.

Step 1: Creating the Bootloader

A macOS USB Bootloader must be created inorder to install macOS on non-Apple hardware. You can create one with the guide How-to Make a Clover Hackintosh Bootloader




Step 2: Pasting ASRock Z270 Gaming-ITX/ac Fatal1ty EFI

Your EFI Folder should have been mounted after installing Clover EFI Bootloader onto your flash drive if  you accidentally dismounted it follow these steps:

  1. Download Clover Configurator
  2. Open Clover Configurator
  3. Select Mount EFI under TOOLS
  4. Click Mount Partition for Install macOS….
  5. Click Open Partition (This is your EFI Folder)

The EFI Folder created with clover will how be replaced with the pre made Fatal1ty Z270 version I created for you.

  1. Delete the folder called  EFI in your mounted partition
  2. Download  hackintosher.com’s ASRock Fatal1ty Z270 EFI
  3. Unzip ASRock Fatal1ty Z270 EFI
  4. Copy the unzipped EFI folder
  5. Paste the copied EFI at at /Volumes/EFI  (The location you deleted your EFI Folder in step 1)

Most people will be using this motherboard with a separate graphics card, however for those who want to use the integrated intel iGPU they will need to change the default config.plist to the iGPU version.  Follow these steps only if you aren’t using a dedicated graphics card and instead relying on using the Intel integrated HD530/HD630.

  1. Navigate to EFI/CLOVER/
  2. Rename config.plist to config-GFX.plist
  3. Rename config-iGPU.plist to config.plist




Step 3: Configuring the Fatal1ty BIOS

Restart you’re computer and enter BIOS (Press DEL or F2 rapidly on startup)

NOTE: Using Bios version 2.10 will cause any USB flash drives to eject upon waking from sleep with your hackintosh. To fix this you need to downgrade your BIOS to version P1.20 which I tested and confirmed that it runs stable with no issues. Since writing this newer BIOS version such as P2.20 have released which may have resolved this issue, but I’m not sure so I would stick with P1.20.

Most Z270 Fatal1ty boards will come with the release P1.20 BIOS if your motherboard has P2.10 or later BIOS version you can either downgrade/upgrade the version number by downloading from ASRock’s website: http://www.asrock.com/MB/Intel/Fatal1ty%20Z270%20Gaming-ITXac/index.asp#BIOS

You can verify what BIOS version your using by entering BIOSand looking at the top left corner as see in the image below:

ASRock P1.20 BIOS

Make sure you’re using BIOS version 1.20 released on 12/27/2016 for maximum stability as seen in the top right portion. This is basic mode. Press F6 on your keyboard or at the top right corner to enter advanced mode so we can change some important settings for macOS.

Set the following settings:

  1. Press F6 to enter advanced mode if at the brown colored BIOS screen
  2. Exit → Load UEFI Defaults : Yes
  3. OC Tweaker \ DRAM Configuration → Load XMP Setting : XMP 2.0 Profile 1
  4. Advanced \ Chipset Configuration → Vt-d : Disabled
  5. Advanced \ Chipset Configuration → IOAPIC 24-119 Entries: Enabled
  6. Advanced \ Chipset Configuration → IGPU Multi-Monitor : Disabled
  7. Advanced \ USB Configuration → Legacy USB Support : Enabled
  8. Advanced \ USB Configuration → PS/2 Simulator : Disabled
  9. Advanced \ USB Configuration → XHCI Hand-off : Enabled
  10. Security  → Secure Boot: Disabled
  11. Boot  → Fast Boot: Disabled
  12. Boot  → Boot From Onboard LAN: Disabled

Graphic Settings:

If using a dedicated graphics card change this:

  1. Advanced \ Chipset Configuration → Primary Graphics Adapter : PCI Express

If using Intel integrated graphics change this:

  1. Advanced \ Chipset Configuration → Primary Graphics Adapter : Onboard

Boot Device:

You’ll be booting from your USB flash drive until clover is installed onto your boot disk in Step 7. Therefore it will need to be set as the primary boot device until that happens.

In BIOS navigate and set Boot → Boot Option #1: UEFI : XXX (For example I used a SanDisk flash drive so I would select the option with UEFI: at the beginning of it’s name. In this case it would be UEFI: SanDisk)

Select the UEFI: parition of the flash drive you have macOS installed on has your primary boot device

Press F10 to Save and Exit the BIOS

Step 4: RAM Placement

If you’re using both ram slots you wont need to worry about this step and can skip it. If you’re using a single RAM Stick instead of two you will need to place the single stick in the inner ram slot, that is the slot closest to the CPU.

ASRock Correct Ram Placement

If this is not done you will get a Kernel Panic when you try to boot to either the mac installer or macOS.

There is a work around to this, but this requires certain edits to the SMBIOS where you manually enter in your ram and what slot it is to. To simplify the process use the inner ram slot if you are using a single channel ram instead of dual channel.

Step 5: Installing MAC OS

The next part is to install macOS onto your hard drive, to do that you must use the USB bootloader you just created. After the macOS installation is complete copy the contents of the flash drive’s EFI partition and paste it to the EFI partition of the hard drive macOS is installed on or recreate the EFI partition on you’re hard drive by installing Clover EFI for you’re boot drive instead of the flash drive and follow steps 3 and 4 again.

If that sounds complicated to you follow the Installation Guide which will walk you through those steps. When you are done return to this guide for the Post Installation part only if you’re using a graphics card. If you’re not using a dedicated graphics card then you are finished with this guide. Good Luck!




Post Installation

After getting up and running there will still be some things that aren’t working properly such as proper sleep and graphic acceleration if your using an Nvidia graphics card, which will cause all those graphical issues until the drivers are installed.

Step 6: Improving Sleep

If you don’t want your hackintosh turning on in the middle of the night you need to disable power nap.

  1. Open the Settings App
  2. Click Energy Saver
  3. Uncheck
  4. Uncheck Wake for Ethernet Network access
  5. Uncheck Enable Power Nap
Energy Saver MacOS

Disable these settings to prevent your hackintosh from breaking sleep

Step 7: Audio

Audio will work automatically once your up in running because the proper audio id has been set in the config.plist along with AppleALC.kext & Lilu.kext. All you have to do is open Sound preferences and select Internal Speakers/Headphones.

Step 8: Nvidia Graphics Acceleration

If using a compatible graphics card then you will need to install Nvidia Web Drivers to get your graphics card detected and full graphics accelation. If you do not know how to install Nvidia Graphic Drivers on macOS read the Nvidia Graphics Guide

Here’s a link to the latest Nvidia Drivers available Make sure you download the correct driver based on the version of macOS you’re using otherwise the graphics driver wont install.

Step 9: Nvidia HDMI/DP Audio

Both HDMI and Display Port Audio work with this motherboard when using a graphics card. It can also work with Pascal graphics cards like the GTX 1050 Ti used for this ASRock build.

If your computer monitor has an audio output then follow the HDMI + Display Port Sound Guide

Step 10: Internet

Ethernet

After you install macOS Ethernet will automatically work due to the included AtherosE2200Ethernet.kext in the downloaded EFI Folder that works with the Fatal1ty Killer LAN chipset.

Wifi

If you want wifi with this motherboard you will need to replace the intel wifi card that comes with the motherboard with an E Key m.2 Wifi Card such as the Dell DW1830

ASROCK ITX Wifi Swap

There are two screws beneath the motherboard to detach the wifi card holder. You will then need to unscrew the intel wifi card and replace it with the one you got.

The cheaper option is using a Wifi Repeater, which is what I personally went with. I purchased a TP-Link N300 here. A wifi repeater is a good alternative to a wifi card because it can often get a better signal.

Done.

If this guide helped you please consider contributing by using our Amazon link when shopping or with a small paypal donation



Build Notes:

Bootloader – Clover_r4049 settings:

  • Install for UEFI Booting Only
  • Install Clover in the ESP
  • OsxAptioFix2Drv-64.efi
  • Emuefivariable.efi (for NVRAM/Graphics Detection)

Hacks used:

Related:

ASRock H270-ITX/AC + Intel Pentium G4560 Hackintosh Build Guide

 

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101 Comments on "ASRock Fatal1ty Z270 GAMING-ITX/AC Hackintosh Build Guide"

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Dan
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Dan

Thank you very much for this great guide!

Can you please guide me how to dual boot windows and mac os on two different hdd’s with this motherboard ? ( or give a link ? )

Thanks in advance

Virl
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Virl

Hello. Thanks for awesome guide!

Unfortunately, ethernet is not working.
I’m using your EFI folder and same motherboard (and 7700 CPU).

What do you think might be the problem?

Virl
Guest
Virl

By the way, is P2.20 BIOS resolved issue with USB drives and sleep?

Dan
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Dan

Thank you very much for a fast reply.
I will dig into it,

Thanks again.

Virl
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Virl

Hello, have you tried macOS on M.2 NVME SSD (not M.2 SATA) with this setup?
By your opinion, should it work?

Virl
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Virl

Have you tested FileVault, or does it require additional kexts/changes to work?

If it doesn’t work, what is your workaround for it? Maybe you’re using some for of automounted encrypted sparse disk images?

abz
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abz

will this guide work for fatal1ty h270 performance??

Chris
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Chris

This guide worked for me with onboard Intel graphics and the monitor connected to the DisplayPort. HDMI does not work, black screen after boot logo/progress bar.

For NVME install I edited config.plist and included the https://github.com/RehabMan/patch-nvme items in KextsToPatch section. The system boots from NVME but I get a kernel crash or Stop symbol right after the bootloader sometimes when I boot. Seems like about one of three boot attempts is successful which is good enough for a workstation that is never rebooted.

I’ve installed with 10.12.4 and then after installation applied the update to 10.12.5 without any problems. Bluetooth does not seem to work though and I’ve had a system crash once waking up the display from sleep (not computer sleep).

Virl
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Virl

For Bluetooth I recommend card based on bcm94360cd chipset: it works natively in macOS:

Chris
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Chris

Yes, disabled Bluetooth in BIOS and plugged in http://www.delock.com/produkte/G_61889/merkmale.html?setLanguage=en for 15 EUR and paired with Apple Keyboard and Trackpad, no problems.

Nik
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Nik

Any solution to make iGPU HDMI working?

Virl
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Virl

Have you managed to make Thunderbolt work under macOS?
Is there any hope?

Mario
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Mario

Thnks a lot man! This config.plist works fine with my ASRock Z170 Gaming K6. I was trying to install this hackintosh for 5 days! And nothing works. Im having problems with the audio, im using a thunderbolt display, do you have an ideia about what is possible going on? Sorry for my bad English.. And Congratz from Brazil!

Marin
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Marin

I have a question. Will this guide work for ASRock Z270 Pro4 motherboard and I3-7350k? I will buy them now and I cant test before that. Thank you

Virl
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Virl

By the way, regarding Wi-FI: the bcm94360cd card is supported natively by macOS, so I bought it (http://www.ebay.com/itm/251723761338) along with P15S-P15F “M.2 Key E to Mini-PCIE Adapter” (http://www.bplustech.com/ExtenderBoard/P15S-P15F.html).

I’m using Node 202 case, so I managed to find spot to screw the card and plug in Mini PCI-E cable to M.2 Key E slot where original Wi-Fi card was.

So this original iMac card works perfectly using two adapters plugged into each other!

Virl
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Virl

Hello. Now that macOS Sierra 10.12.6 is out, do we still need to use FakeSMC.kext?

Virl
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Virl

Found your article. My question is answered.

Thanks!

Oleg Martinenko
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Oleg Martinenko

have a question. Will this guide work for ASRock Z270M Extreme4 and GTX 670? Thanks!

John Reeves
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John Reeves

Very nice guide.
I did a build with this mobo on january, basing my config and setup on the tonymacx86 forum…
But I am yet stuck with stop/wake black screen,
audio over mdp that doesn’t works ( TB display no audio)
and an instable Thunderbolt support (Tb display doesn’t boot every time)

Switching or better adding your plist entries to my config file I will get theese working?
Reading the post It seem that stop and audio are solved.

Let’s me know

Gio

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Here’s where some z270 people have laboriously worked on the board without much support:
https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/asrock-z270-gaming-itx-ac-is-compatible-working.214133/

Lukasz
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Lukasz

I have another question, is this build loud, or can I place it next to monitor just like on photo?

Pawel
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Pawel

Hello. First of all thank for this great guide!

I have the same MoBo with i5-7500.

Now after 10.12.6 release kaby lake cpus are natively supported by apple and they don’t have to be spoofed to skylake anymore.

How to change your zipped config in order to remove FakePCIID? I would like to make clean instalation without cpu spoofing.

Could you update your config and share the new zip?

Pawel
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Pawel

I’m using only integrated Gpu intel hd630

Pawel
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Pawel

Ok, I believe I managed to do this after reading your recent article “Updating your Hackintosh to Sierra 10.12.6” 🙂

HYWLKR
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HYWLKR

Hi! It’s mentioned above that thundebolt 3 port is working. Does it works like TB3 should (40 Gbps??) or like USB 3.1 Gen 2 / TB1 (10 Gbps??) or just like USB 3/2 (5Gbps) or less?
Thanks in advance!!!

JBrewww
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JBrewww

Hackintosher! Thank you so much for this build! I bought the ASRock board 5 months ago and thanks to you I finally have a build!

Due to the small case (Streacom F1C-WS) I did not have the option for the graphics. However I did purchase the GTX to finally create a working bootable drive because the integrated graphics and config option would crash at boot.

However the GTX boot worked and I set the bios to integrated graphics once removing the graphics card. It worked! I am now working on cleaning up the graphics (blurry) and the non working hdmi port. I did try using clover to attempt your integrated config once installed only to get the same crash at the boot.

Anyways it’s been a journey but I have a somewhat working system thanks to you!

Any advice would be greatly appreciated!

John

Roberto
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Roberto

I am building my hackintosh with this motherboard.
Do you think that 16 gb of ram are enough? Or should I move to 32?

This pc will be used for web browsing, office stuff, java development and sometime a vm with windows or Linux.
Also do you think that Xcode will runs fine?

Roberto
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Roberto

I have just finished my hackintosh and everything is working perfectly.

Just a little note, the Bluetooth is working perfectly, I can stream audio to my sound blaster x7 and sync my phone

Now I am looking for a gtx 1060 so I can use the sleep function

Thanks again

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Brian

Just curious if the stock bluetooth is working or if you used an addon card?

Roberto
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Roberto

My apologize for delay
No additional card, it is working in Sierra and also High Sierra

Synchro3
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Synchro3

It is still necessary to use FAKEPCIID.kext to spoof to a Skylake CPU?

Are Kaby Lake CPU’s not supported with the newest macOS sierra 10.12.6?

CAT FROM JAPAN
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CAT FROM JAPAN

Nice to meet you.
I thought that I wanted to build a Hackintosh where I arrived at this site.

I also use a PC with a similar configuration and already installed Windows 10, can I install MacOS with Hackintosh afterwards?

If possible, I would like to add SSD and install MacOS there.

If that is possible, is there anything to be aware of?

I am not good at English, it is hard to understand English, but please forgive me.

Roberto
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Roberto

Yes you can, I have an SSD with Sierra and one with Windows 10, at boot you can choose which OS run.

Roberto
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Roberto
CAT FROM JAPAN
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CAT FROM JAPAN

Hackintosher, Roberto Thank you for your reply.

I managed to install Sierra to SSD, which is different from Win10 somehow.

However, the problem occurred.
I try to start up the PC, the screen blackouts and I can not start it.

It is in such a condition that CLOVER EFI starts at a rate of once every 3 times by forcibly turning on the power supply.

Is the BIOS setting problematic?

You can also use Sierra comfortably once you start up.

I am sorry about all the questions but please let me know if there is any solution.

I am very grateful that I found this site.

CAT FROM JAPAN
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CAT FROM JAPAN

It is correction of the above sentences.

“You can also use Sierra comfortably once you start up”
 ↓
“Once started up, I can also use Sierra comfortably.”

CAT FROM JAPAN
Guest
CAT FROM JAPAN

I started it after changing DRAM setting.

Thank you very much.

Bernardo Ferrari
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Bernardo Ferrari

Your efi zip worked perfect for me on sierra, however in high Sierra, clean install, I can’t get past an apple logo with an empty progress bar. Could you please please please update this tutorial to high Sierra? I tried updating the kexts and a lot of things, even installing clover again, but nothing worked.

Stephen
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Stephen

Hi,

I can’t seem to get my USB 3.0 flash drive to show up when plugging in to a 3.0 port. I can plug a USB 2.0 flash drive into a 3.0 port and it will recognize it. And I can plug the 3.0 flash drive into a 2.0 port and it will work. Just not 3.0 to 3.0. Any Ideas??

viperfx
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viperfx

Hey, do you have any advice for someone with an i5 8400 and Z370 PRO 4 ASROCK?

Is there a particular guide like this one you think I should follow to get my build going?

Marin
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Marin

Hi
Can you help me to connect second monitor with this adapter
https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Type-C-to-DisplayPort-Adapter-USB3-1-Type-C-to-DP-Cable-for-Apple-MacBook-12inch/32579121687.html?spm=a2g0s.9042311.0.0.RbgprA

The display connected to Intel HD Graphics 630 VI is working
But this with USB 3.1 to DisplayPort is not working

My build is
ASRock Z270 Pro4 motherboard
I3-7350k
RAM Crucial Ballistix Sport LT, 16 GB (4x4GB), DDR4, 2400 MHz, CL 16, 1.2v macOS Sierra 10.12.6

Thanks

Javier
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Javier

Hi, I’m planning to build a hackintosh like yours on this guide, but I want to go with onboard gpu first, then after having enough money, update to evga geforce 1060 gtx 6gb graphics card. How should I go on my hackintosh to upgrade from onboard to pci gpu?

Guest
hajobal

Hi, just tried this guide and need some help.

when booting from USB, the clover screen comes up ok. Selectes the “install HS”.
Apple logo and progress bar appears. This takes forever! after 15-20min when the progress bar is on 90% the screen loses the signal (HDMI iGPU) and turnes black.
what can i do?

dylanmaudio
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dylanmaudio

I’m having the same issue, working through it at the moment. Did you get any resolution?

iMist
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iMist

I get the exact same scenario using HD630 (yes, I did the config.plist rename). The only thing I can think of that might be different since this guide was written is the version of Clover.
Which version did you use when writing this guide?

Guest
ernani

Hey everyone. I’m into building a hackintosh to last for 3-4 years and I’m thinking in using ASRock Fatal1ty Z270 Gaming K6, Sapphire Radeon RX 580 4GB NITRO+ and the i7700k processor.
* Will the above guide be compatible with this build?
* Should I expect any problems with sleep / waking?
* Also I read somewhere that some ASRock mobos have a problem with enabling all their usb ports. Can this be corrected? Thanks!

Gogo1964
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Gogo1964

Hi,
thanks for this blog! I ordered this motherboard along with other components ( i7 7700K, 525GB Crucial M300 SSD, 16GB, etc., no extra graphic card) to replace my mid 2012 MacBook Pro, hoping that I could keep and use my thunderbolt display when using internal graphics of the i7. I thought I will have to buy the overpriced Apple adapter (USB-C -> Thunderbolt 2), maybe adjust some settings and it would work. Am I wrong?
One more question: did I understand right that I will have to replace the pre-installed WiFi card with another one to get WiFi to work?

Thanks for any help!

Guest
Jace

Hi, is the thunderbolt 3 working on this build?

I’m planning on a coffe lake build with the Z370 itx by Asrock and have an older FireWire audio interface made by apogee that I have used with my macs with a thunderbolt 2 adapter, but you have given me some new ideas…

M4vr0x
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M4vr0x

Hi guys,

Link to Sound kext in Hacks used section is wrong:
“Sound – AppleALC.kext with Audio Inject: 11 to get ALC1220 working.”

It points to RehabMan/OS-X-USB-Inject-All github

Good DL link => https://github.com/vit9696/AppleALC/releases

Eightarmedpet
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Eightarmedpet

Any ideas how to get a TB£ monitor working with this board? I had a super easy set up thanks to this guide but keen to try my LG monitor with it too…

Ian
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Ian

Do you think that the same Dell WiFi card you reference would work in the newer Z370 version of this board? Thanks in advanced!

Loxy94
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Loxy94

Hello,

Is it the same EFI folder for MacOs High Sierra?

ARZACH
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ARZACH

I have this question also. It’s not clear if we should use the custom EFI or the High Sierra EFI.

Roberto
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Roberto

Hello, I am having problem with multi monitor configuration. Second monitor works at boot but loose signal when progress bar under apple logo reaches the half..
Integrated card, 1st monitor connected to DP, second to HDMI and high sierra 10.13.4

Suggestions?

Thanks

ARZACH
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ARZACH

Hi has anyone tried this with the updated BIOS? If so what version?

Roberto
Guest
Roberto

Hello, I have no issues with last version (2.5) and High Sierrra 10.13.4

ARZACH
Guest
ARZACH

Thank you!

ARZACH
Guest
ARZACH

When you built this rig did you have any problems when first starting up? I have not been able to get any signal out of this motherboard.

Roberto
Guest
Roberto

Hello, no I hadn’t any problem, the only device that is not working on my board is the wifi module
What do you mean with “get any signal out” ,
Is your BIOS set properly?
Do you used the zip files posted?
Have you update the kexts with latest version?

ARZACH
Guest
ARZACH

I determined it was the motherboard. I got a replacement and its working great. Thank you!

Calvin
Guest
Calvin

What version is 2.5? On the ASUS website for Z370, the BIO/Firmware section does not list 2.5 as a version. Could you double check please? Thank you.

https://www.asus.com/Motherboards/ROG-STRIX-Z370-G-GAMING/HelpDesk_BIOS/

crc-error-
Guest
crc-error-

The Mono used is an Asrok not an Asus.. 🙂

Calvin
Guest
Calvin

Thank you for letting me know. I dont know why I thought it was an ASUS. That was silly of me.

Tim
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Tim

Hi, i’ve done everything by guide. But after a few minutes after i click “install MacOS from Installer…..” apple logo replacing by Prohibited symbol and stucks.

Scrubs
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Scrubs

I have the same problem ! I have a z370m itx with bios 3.20. I don’t know if it is because of this bios.. I can’t downgrade the bios in the asrock Instant flash tools.

Scrubs
Guest
Scrubs

Have you find a solution ?

Alessio
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Alessio

The folder called EFI don’t working in Mojave?