If you are interested in running macOS, but you don’t want to pay ridiculous prices for a normal Mac, then a Hackintosh is just might be for you. Right now (2017), the newest iteration of macOS is 10.13, known as High Sierra. In this guide, we’ll show you how to install macOS High Sierra on your PC with the newly released Hackintosh High Sierra Installer distribution.
1 Why Use Hackintosh High Sierra Installer
- You do not need a real Mac: All other methods of Installing High Sierra require extensive knowledge + a Real mac because those guides are based on macs, but High Sierra Installer never require a mac, you can setup a Hackintosh without the need of a real mac. You can set up everything from a Windows / Linux computer.
- You can install it on a hard drive that already has Windows installed: By default, the macOS installer will not work with hard drives that were originally formatted in Windows. Therefore, if your computer’s hard drive already has Windows installed on it, you will not be able to install macOS on there, but High Sierra Installer automatically patches this so you can bypass this limitation. The patch is called MBR Patch.
- High Sierra Installer Support More Hardware (Including AMD): High Sierra Installer Supports a far range of Hardware, most audio, wireless and ethernet drivers will be installed automatically.
- Post Installation is Easier: Just like windows, you have to install drivers to make macOS perfect, which is pretty hard for beginners. However, High Sierra Installer automatically do this for you by installing most drivers automatically, and High Sierra Installer also installs the Bootloader for you, but you may have to install additional drivers manually in case High Sierra Installer could not install the driver for you.
2 Features of High Sierra Installer
- Supports AMD Processors
- Auto-Install Ethernet Drivers
- Auto-Install WiFi Drivers
- macOS High Sierra USB Fixes
- Can be installed with Unsupported Graphics Cards
3 Hackintosh High Sierra Installer Requirements
- A CPU (AMD / INTEL) with SSE4.1 Support: Without SSE4.1 Instruction set High Sierra will not run