Building the ultimate Triple Boot "Hac Pro" Hackintosh is easier than ever!

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Today, I finally committed to building my own Hackintosh – and thanks to recent progressions in Open Core bootloader development and AMD’s Zen 2 architecture, the process is easier than ever. So here’s my build of my Triple Boot “”Hac Pro”” hackintosh, which I will be using for tutorials, guides, etc.
► Part 1 – I’m leaving Intel X299 for… Ryzen?! What was I THINKING?!
NOTE: I DID get Thunderbolt sort of working, may do a follow-up video if there’s enough interest.

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  • The borked screen capture in OBS sounds like a window manager issue. I don't know what Pop uses by default, but I've found Openbox to have glitchy results and tiling managers like i3 are infeasible because OBS' compositor can't see into other workspaces. Xfwm, the default window manager in Xfce, seems to work great however, and can work with most any distro.

    Tyler Swagar June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • Thanks for introducing me to Snazzy

    BaltaZa June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply

    rocnroll June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • I got i7 2013 ( 3632qm) graphics hd4000. ddr3 4gb . 500gb ssd.. is it compatible for catalina .. if not should I go for Mojave or high sierra.. thanks bro if you can advice ..

    manvir brar June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • Came here to learn how to achieve triple boot via OpenCore, got so much bling bling. Totaly dislike dude.

    Uğur Çakmak June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • What was the point of this video? You didn't show any how-to. Totally wasted ~12 minutes.

    Saxon Born June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • Most useless "hackintosh" video I ever seen facepalm

    Skoto Moto June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • Hi Adam, could you please offer me some feedback of the VILTROX 85mm F1.8 Lens for Sony? Please let me know when could you do the Youtube video of that? I sent you many many…..emails and didn't got any reply from you, please reply me asap, thanks a lot.

    Daling Dai June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • Great Hackintosh Blog.

    moeshickenyay June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • I have a hackintosh myself and combined with the Logitech MX Keys, it works like a charm. Don't go with the Magic Keyboard from Apple, the MX Keys from Logitech works way better on a hackintosh. Plus it just feels so much nicer!

    Daan Venmans June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • How did you get the computer name to show up in system information? I can only change it in share options but that doesn't change it there

    Guitaripod June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • Intro: This is the exact thing that happened to me too. Got a 3950x and everything runs well except audio cuts out a lot. I haven't mapped my USB's yet, though. That could fix it.

    Guitaripod June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • You can set the command and option keys in settings. It’s under the mission control settings for some crazy reason.

    Mike Neill June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • If Pop isn't cutting, try Manjaro. They are quite optimized distros for what you are looking for. 😉

    Raí Biason Toffoletto June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • waiting for a 32core or 64 core hackintosh

    Tigerex966 June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • Thank you for providing the links to Open Core. I may try it on another SSD and see if it'll run Mac OS better on my Hackintosh.

    ricky v June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • I have AsRock Creator. Is it possible to get my thunderbolt 3 to work?

    STUDIO NOVE June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • what Thunderbolt AIC is being used in this video?

    Costas Marinakis June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • hardware accelerationon gpu
    i think it's on by default now in 10.15 but if it is not it may help,

    liaminwales June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • How are you switching between OSes?

    Tristan Wells June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • It's probably just me, but those crazy lights make it very difficult to concentrate on what you're saying.

    Lincoln McKenzie June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • Smooth Scroll for macOS (YOU Won't REGRET !!!!)

    Real Noob June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • That's a very hairy curtain

    Nostalgic Recordings June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • I love your channel bro but that case is a hot mess.

    rdsii64 June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • Hackintosh – The Pinnacle of Afro Engineering

    Eric Campbell June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • Hp 8300 with rx 460/560 gpu is a super easy hackintosh.

    Lost In Life June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • Since you've already got Linux going, a single computer workaround to the Windows bootloader overwrite issue would be to passthrough the target drive to a KVM guest and initiate the install there. Alternatively when Windows is going to go on a NVME drive and the rest of your drives are sata, the sata controller can be disabled in the bios.

    Stacey Bright June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • Will you be using any Adobe apps on the OS X install? All these AMD Hackintosh tutorials look great, but it seems like most people are having major issues with Adobe apps working with AMD in OS X.

    David Bryan June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • That case is trash lol

    NotAverageAfro June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • Anyone knows if Pop! is running wayland by default (on non-nVidia systems)?
    OBS on wayland isn't mature yet, and requires or on Gnome/WLroots respectively.
    The easier way would be to force Pop! into running Xorg and using old methods for capture.
    Both of those plugins have a package in AUR, so using Manjaro would make capturing on Wayland a bit easier.

    Sno Oli June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • Thanks to Apple I stuck on High Sierra Ryzentosh 🙁 Because I have NVidia GTX1060 video card. I don't want to buy a second card (AMD) because Ryzentosh is used mostly for some work related tasks when I need mobile SDKs and simulators. Another option is to get Nvidia GT 710. They say it's natively supported by MacOS, so no kexts are needed.
    But the main question: is it ok to run two Nvidia GPUs at the same time (I mean your video about two GPUs for streaming that cause performance issues and also GT710 anf GTX1060 may have different driver sets) and can I start my Ryzentosh so that it could use the second slot video card?

    Vadim Braun June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • There is OBS on linux. But figure you have tried this

    MyntyFresh June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • I like how the comments asking for you to do things with expensive stuff and you just repond with smart answers to say "I'm actually fairly poor for a tech-tuber" You're amazing

    Infi. Google Alex June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • Can u show how to do it on a legacy computer?

    aniel arias June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • Hey! If you are having issues with command / option key placement, use Karabiner-Elements! I've used it on my real mac/ hackintosh with my das keyboard for years.

    Techno Tim June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • I realise this isn't helpful with that particular case, or indeed many modern cases, but anyone who really needs to triple boot and for whom VM's just don't do it, I can't recommend a hot swappable 5. 25" four drive bay enough. It eliminates all the hassles involved with both GRUB and Windows bootloaders scrapping it out for dominance and wrecking Clover at the same time. 90% of the time my four drive bay has MacOS as my daily driver, with the other three drives just partially ejected – one win 10, one Ubuntu Mate and one for distro hopping, currently playing with Manjaro for Linux gaming, but that might well be a keeper.

    I did a lot of triple boot builds on internal drives and sooner or later something always gets screwed up with a Linux or Windows update, while the hot swap drives have been bombproof for a couple of years now.

    Julian Morgan June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • But no 32 bit app support. Kinda hurts for audio professionals

    Cámille June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • After having built in many versions of this chassis, your bottom is your intake. That's why you had issues. Finding fans that dont interfere with most motherboards is tricky, but possible. You have to take the feet off to access the mounting holes on either end as well. It's designed more like a chimney, but having gone back and watching the first one, you caught all that. I was the derp lol. Excellent video as always dude.

    Shellback Tech June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • There is multiple ways to “manually set what keys are” in macOS.

    Even the regular keyboard preference pane has options to swap all modifiers however you want to, even including the ability to use caps lock for something useful like ctrl or escape.
    For more possibilities you can create your own macOS keyboard layouts to allow for a HUGE variety of customization including Unicodes for whatever key combination you like (allows you to create a layout that easily outputs special characters for different languages or math formula). There is software out there for that (ukelele for example), however most of them limit functionality somewhat so it may be better to edit the files yourself, it’s just regular XML. You will probably find some nice layouts on github, if not feel free to hit me up and I can send you some you can have a look at for "inspiration".

    Daniel Schäfer June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • Awesome video! I can't wait for you to get thunderbolt working. So many useful applications!

    haloboy456 June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • I saw snazzy's video and built a hackintosh out of my 3700x and 3950x systems.. both working great.

    ShuhDonk June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • We need USB 4 on board.

    Benjamin Wagener June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • When a big tech youtuber shows a video of a hackintosh:



    Greetings to all the 9gaggers out there 😉

    Meister June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • Try these before going for Apple Mouse (both free) , , or this not free (not sure that one is still even supported on catalina)

    Frykauf La Kosta June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • You should give Unraid a try with SpaceInvader's tutorial on mac in a box, I have successfully gotten Mac VM working along with Windows 10 VM and a few linux distro working on my 3950x system running Unraid. Spaceinvader got thunderbolt working on his threadripper build with mac in a box docker. Ive been playing around with Davinci Resolve within the mac VM and recently got an OBS docker going that can virtual screen capture more than one VM at the same time.

    William Huston, RN June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • If you need any help, there is me and the insanelymac hackintosh commiunity which can help, i am an hackintosh developer and i worked on a few projects, i even created my own unibeast alternative from scratch

    ITzTravelInTime June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • Not sure why you haven't tried to run a Linux KVM Host with MacOS, Windows, and whatever else you need… Makes more sense for what you do and don't have to worry about Windows borking your boot.

    Hammerhead Corvette June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • 😃 Cool, so is it gravy now? just flash an ISO with Rufus? yay 😇

    MrSammy June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply
  • Good work Adam, I just finished my Hack Pro on my channel, probably going to dual boot a few different linux distros to see which one I really like

    DVZN Media June 19, 2020 3:59 am Reply

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