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Motivation: I am a scientist, expert in solar physics, space weather forecast and related telescope/instrument/space-mission development. In the frame of my scientific research, I developed parallelized image reconstruction, spectral line inversion and numerical modeling algorithms/applications, which require tremendous parallelized calculation power, RAM memory and storage capacities to reduce, analyze and interpret extensive and pioneering scientific ground-based or space-born observational data sets.
This basically was also the professional motivation for developing my innovative iMacPro macOS High Sierra Hackintosh Build iSPOR-S (the imaging Spectropolarimetric Parallel Organized Reconstruction Server running iSPOR-DP, the Imaging Spectropolarimetric Parallel Organized Reconstruction Data Pipeline software package for the GREGOR Fabry-Pérot Interferometer, located at the 1.5m GREGOR Solar Telescope (Europe’s largest solar telescope) on Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain) and for my entire respective iMac Pro Skylake-X/X299 and Broadwell/Haswell/X99 Desktop User Guide Development, which hopefully is also of benefit for others.
Now feel free to navigate through the individual guidelines, wich hopefully will provide useful and helpful add-on information for the respective Hackintosh community. Remaining answers can be discussed along my threads in the respective forums.
Enjoy and have fun,