Gigabyte Z77 For Mac
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- Manually add kernel flag UseMemDetect=No to /Extra/org.chameleon.Boot.plist if 'About This Mac' displays '0 MHz' for the memory. Sources: Success: Mountain Lion Gigabyte GA-Z77-DS3H, i5 3570k Ivy Bridge, 16GB; Loginfailed's Build - i7-3770k / GA-Z77-DS3H / 16GB RAM / 6850; Gigabyte GA-Z77-DS3H Mac Install Guide; Building a Hackintosh.
- (Note) Support Intel H61/B75/Z77/H77 series and AMD FM2/FM1/900 series motherboards.(support may vary by model) OS: Windows XP 64bit,Windows XP 32bit,Windows 8 64bit,Windows 8 32bit,Windows 7 64bit,Windows 7 32bit.
Mac Os X Mountain Lion 10.8.2 (download from app store, or try search torrents if just wanna test if your system is capable to run Os X. Os X Mountain Lion costs only 20$, so please buy it) USB drive 8 GB or more GA-Z77-DS3H pack Unibeast / Multibeast Kext utility. This tutorial is for educational purposes only. Nov 13, 2013 GA Z77 DS3H Bios Settings & Multibeast Drivers for OSX. Multibeast for Mac Os Sierra. Gigabyte Z77X-UD3H Ivy Bridge i5 3570K Overclocking Tutorial + UEFI Demo - Duration: 15:05. GIGABYTE Z77-HD3 Motherboard combine a host of new and exciting technologies with the latest Intel Z77 Express Chipset, creating a unique range of motherboard designs that harness the outstanding performance of the new 3rd generation Intel ® Core™ processors. With an exclusive GIGABYTE 3D BIOS (Dual UEFI), UD4 Classic technology and unique.
Hackintosh for Gigabyte GA-Z77-DS3H rev1.1 motherboard using OS X 10.10 Yosemite.
This is a minimal guide that fits my hardware configuration.
Intel Z77 chipset, LGA 1155 socket.
Supports 3rd gen. (22 nm - Ivy Bridge) and 2nd gen. (32 nm - Sandy Bridge) Intel Core CPUs.
- Qualcomm Atheros AR8161 Gigabit Ethernet controller (DS3H rev1.0 has AR8151)
- Realtek ALC887 audio chipset
Gigabyte Z77 For Mac Windows 7
Latest stable BIOS: version F9 (2012/09/27 update)
- Save & Exit > Load Optimized Defaults
- Peripherals > SATA Mode Selection - AHCI
- BIOS Features > Intel Virtualization Technology - Disabled (or add kernel flag
- BIOS Features > VT-d - Disabled (or add kernel flag
Note: Intel Virtualization Technology (VT-x)is supported by almost every Intel Sandy Bridgeand Ivy Bridge processors.This is not the case for I/O MMU virtualization (VT-d).
My tests (sleep, wake, shutdown...) have concluded that there is no need to generate a patched
- Gigabyte DSDT patches repository for MaciASL by PJALM (available files)
Using version 7.x
Beside defaults, check/uncheck:
- Quick Start > DSDT Free
- Drivers > Audio > Realtek ALCxxx > ALC887/888b Current
Drivers > Disk > 3rd Party SATA
- Drivers > Disk > TRIM Enabler (if you own a SSD disk with OS X < 10.10.4) /
sudo trimforce enable(with OS X ≥ 10.10.4)
- Drivers > Network > Atheros > AtherosE2200Ethernet (see issue #6)
- Customize > Boot Options > Verbose Boot (if you want to see what's going on at boot time)
- Customize > System Definitions > iMac > iMac 12,2 (see issue #2)
Manually add kernel flag
/Extra/org.chameleon.Boot.plist if 'About This Mac' displays '0 MHz' for the memory.
iMac13,2 / SSDT
If you have a Ivy Bridge processor you probably want to use iMac13,2 system definition instead of MacPro3,1 or iMac12,2. You will need to generate a SSDT for proper CPU power management (otherwise Intel Turbo Boost won't work).
Customize > Boot Options > Generate CPU States
- Customize > System Definitions > iMac > iMac 13,2
Needs to be performed after system definition has been changed to iMac13,2 + a reboot
Using Geekbench, you should get a score (Intel Core i7-3770 @ 3.40 GHz) > 3000 (single-core) > 13000 (multi-core), see issue #2.
If the system does not boot (crash), flags
-x (safe mode),
-f (ignore caches) and
-s (single user mode - gives you a Unix shell) can help, see Chameleon boot help.
4K Advanced Format hard disk
To boot on a 4K Advanced Format hard disk, check How to fix the boot0 error for your Hackintosh and boot0 Error: The Official Guide.
EBIOS read error
The 'EBIOS read error' at boot time is provoked by a connected USB memory card reader, check EBIOS read error: Error 0x31 Block 0x0 Sectors 0.
Prevent OS X from mounting a volume
Other tools and links
- /usr/sbin/bdmesg: displays Chameleon/Chimera boot messages
- HWMonitor/HWSensors: display information from hardware sensors (requires MultiBeast Drivers > Misc > FakeSMC Plugins)
- AtherosE2200Ethernet: most up to date and stable driver for Qualcomm Atheros AR8161 Ethernet controller
- audio_RealtekALC: OS X Realtek ALC onboard audio with Chameleon/Chimera
- DPCIManager: list the PCI devices attached to your machine
- Chameleon Wizard: utility for Chameleon (closed source application)
Do whatever you like, this is public domain.
GA Z77-DS3H is quite good and not so expensive mainboard for Hackintosh systems running Os X 10.7 or later. It’s not OOB since you will need to add and remove some kexts to make it fully functional + set up your bios. This new generation of motherboard uses UEFI Bios so DSDT.aml in not needed anymore. All you will need is a few extra kexts for your Network, Audio and Serial-ATA interface… Also this tutorial includes setup for Nvidia GTX 650 graphics card, which is used instead of default CPU’s Intel HD 2500 graphics.
Mother Board: GA Z77-DS3H rev 1.0 bios update 9.0, Intel Z77 Express Chipset, integrated audio Realtek ALC887, integrated network Atheros GbE LAN chip.
CPU: Intel i5 3470 box, 3.2GHz / 6MB Intel HD 2500 Graphics (not used cause it’s not supported by Os X )
Graphics Card: Gigabyte Nvidia GTX 650 OC 2GB DDR5
SSD SATA III OCZ Vertex 4 VTX4-25SAT3-128GB (connected to SATA III 0 port)
G-Skill 2×8 GB 1600MHz DDR 3 Ram memory
USB keyboard and mouse
Mac Os X Mountain Lion 10.8.2 (download from app store, or try search torrents if just wanna test if your system is capable to run Os X. Os X Mountain Lion costs only 20$, so please buy it…)
USB drive 8 GB or more
Unibeast / Multibeast
This tutorial is for educational purposes only. You, of course, assume all responsibility for choosing to follow this tutorial. Also, OS X EULA states that you can run Lion on Apple labeled hardware only.
First of all you will need to create your Bootable Mountain Lion USB Installer. To do that using Unibeast follow this tutorial and find out how to create bootable Mountain Lion USB installer using Unibeast. There are also other ways to create bootable USB, using myHack or even manually, or you can buy USB drive with ML Installer from App Store.
Once you get or create your Unibeast USB installer navigate to /System/Library/Extensions (/S/L/E) folder on USB and rename (disable) AppleTyMCEDriver.kext to AppleTyMCEDriver.kext.orig (you can name it as you like, just extension must be different than .kext). With this kext you will be able to boot only in safe mode, otherwise you will get Kernel Panic. If u create your USB Install drive with myHack this kext will be removed automatically, and backed up in Extra folder.
For Gigabyte GTX 650 change GraphicsEnabler from Yes to No and remove PCIRootUID=1 string in org.chameleon.Boot.plist file on your USB installer in /Extra folder.
Unplug any hard disk, except one you are using for OSX install… The same thing is with pci cards, remove any pci cards except your graphics card.
Plug in your ML USB Installer in black USB 2.0 port (do not use blue USB 3.0 ports).
Start computer and go to your BIOS by pressing del key at boot, under BIOS Features disable VT-d (not sure why but with this option enabled I got KP), under Peripherals set SATA Mode as AHCI, leave your Internal graphics at Auto (amount of memory will not affect your system cause we will not use Internal Graphics card since Intel HD 2500 Graphics card is not supported by Os X). Here are some photos of GA-Z77-DS3H BIOS settings on working hackintosh system.
At the end press F10 to save BIOS settings and exit.
Start your computer and boot ML USB Installer (Press F12 at start on Gigabyte to select USB as your start device) and at chameleon boot prompt type “-v npci=0x2000” without quotes and press Enter. You need npci=0x2000 under kernel flags to avoid losing console output during boot after the “PCI Configuration begin” message appears. -v is not needed, but it’s better to know what is happening with your boot…If you still get Kernel Panic, try to boot with “-x -v npci=0x2000” flags.
Now your installation should start, select your language, agree to the terms and from the top menu select Disk Utility. Here you should see all hard drives connecting to your computer. Pick the one you want to install Mountain Lion on and select the Partition tab. In options select GUID Partition Table then choose Mac OS Extended Journaled as the format and name it HDD. Then click Apply.
Close Disk Utility and go through the installer like normal. When it comes to the install screen just pick the Mountain Lion disk and then click install. This will take quite a while so be patient.
After installation finishes reboot back into the UniBeast USB drive. This time select your HDD to boot from instead of ML Installer, type “-v npci=0x2000” without quotes and then continue with your boot.
When Os X ML starts, go to Applications / System Preferences / Security & Privacy, unlock it to make changes and under General tab select Allow applications downloaded from Anywhere.
This will allow you to use MultiBeast and other third party software.
Start Multibeast, select EasyBeast Installation. I also included patched DSDT.aml for this motherboard, but there was no difference on system with or without of this file, since this board uses UEFI BIOS, DSDT.aml is not needed. You can use it anyway. In that case select UserDSDT or DSDT-Free Installation and copy DSDT.aml from GA-Z77-DS3H pack to your desktop.
Under Drivers & Bootloaders / Drivers / Audio / Realtek ALC8xx / Without DSDT / ALC887/888b select v100302 Current.
Under Drivers & Bootloaders / Drivers / Miscellaneous select FakeSMC. This is mandatory kext and it is required for booting Os X. Also under Miscellaneous select NullCPUPowerManagement which will prevent kernel panic without of proper HPET DSDT edits.
Under Drivers & Bootloaders / Bootloaders select Chimera v1.11.1 r1394
For Nvidia GTX 650 graphics card go to Customization / Boot Options and select GraphicsEnabler=No.
Click continue and proceed with your installation. Don’t reboot after you done. First go to your computer system hard drive root, and now you will see Extra folder created by Multibeast.
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Right click on org.chameleon.Boot.plist file inside /Extra folder and open it with text edit.
Under Kernel flags key replace darkwake=0 string with npci=0x2000 string. Save your file. Now you can restart computer, and this time boot it without of USB from your hard drive and without of entering any flags.
Copy AtherosL1cEthernet.kext and LegacyAppleAHCIPort.kext from GA-Z77-DS3H pack to /System/Library/Extensions folder and run Kext utility. Restart your computer. AtherosL1cEthernet.kext will fix your ethernet card and with LegacyAppleAHCIPort.kext system will recognise Intel 7 Series Chipset under Serial-ATA Device Tree in System Information.
If Using SSD Disk install Trim Enabler to enable SSD trim option and keep your SSD drive fast and healthy. Restart again to enable trim.
Nvidia GTX 650 card will be recognised as NVIDIA D14P1-30 until you install original Nvidia driver . Also GTX 650 supports Nvidia CUDA drivers so if you are in video editing this is must have.
And that should be it, your hackintosh is ready to use 🙂
UPDATED TO 10.8.3 via Software Update went without of major issues, after update reinstall audio kext using multibeast (or back it up before update and put back after update, and run kext utility) and re-enable Trim Enabler…
Here is a short video showing how this tutorial was made, it’s created on the same computer on which tutorial was made using Adobe After Effects…
i sus from piko film on Vimeo.
Gigabyte Z77 For Mac Os
And some About This Mac screenshots of working Os X 10.8.2 ML:
Gigabyte Z77 For Mac Windows 10
Enjoy your new hackintosh 🙂