The Crosshair VI Hero seems really tailored for the job.
Sound/Mic/USB/Ethernet, everything is working natively with the SierraAMDv5 available here: app.php/bbdownloads/sierra.html
I followed this tutorial: https://forum.amd-osx.com/viewtopic.php?f=24&t=2707
He posted two youtube videos for clover UEFI installation/ Nvidia GPU configuration on the tutorial but they seem not to appear all the time.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SRWUUI0fBeQ (configuration for nvidia GPU)
Also I came across a problem at the very beginning, during the first boot from USB.
The problem & its solution: https://forum.amd-osx.com/viewtopic.php?t=2565
My routine: OS X installation -> Clover installation/configuration (following the youtube video) -> Nvidia Web driver installation -> reboot.
You don't need the Clover Configurator used on the youtube video besides for mounting/unmounting the EFI partition.
Although you'll need the Clover Configurator later if you want to make imessage/facetime/siri work. But for now...it's extremely tricky to make those work on an AMD processor. I suggest you forget those for now.
Clover Configurator: http://mackie100projects.altervista.org ... on=vibrant
Nvidia Web Driver: 378.05.05.25f01
I never tried Hackintoshing, in my mind it always echoed with reducing raw performances if not used with apple approved components.
God was I wrong. I reached the same/higher scores on SierraAMD compared to win10.
Not mentioning the 4-screen @60-165Hz support.
I have 3 aligned PG279Q monitors (165Hz) and a 4k Samsung monitor (60Hz) on top.
Everything is recognised and working flawlessly.
I'm infinitely grateful. Keep up the great work.