How to Use Multibeast to Optimize your Hackintosh

If you’re a die-hard Mac user, you’re probably aware of the limitations that come with using Apple’s devices. And, while their OS is great, it’s still not as versatile as Windows. That’s why some people choose to create a Hackintosh – a PC that runs macOS.

If you’re one of those people, then you’ve probably heard of Multibeast from Tony Mack. This tool allows you to fine-tune macOS to your hardware, making it run smoother and faster. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to use Multibeast to optimize your Hackintosh.

First, head over to the Tony Mac website and download the latest version of Multibeast for Sierra. Once you have it, copy the file to a USB or to the disc drive of your install it aching Tosh.

Assuming you’ve already installed macOS using UniBeast, you can now boot into your new macOS Sierra installation. If you haven’t installed UniBeast yet, there are plenty of tutorials online that can help you with that.

Once you’re booted into macOS Sierra, you’ll notice that your GPU is not working perfectly, and you don’t have Wi-Fi or sound. That’s where Multibeast comes in.

Copy Multibeast to your desktop and open it. If you’re unable to open external applications, you’ll have to right-click and select open. From there, you can install a bootloader with Multibeast by clicking Quick Start.

Here, you can select WiFi boot mode or Legacy boot mode. Select the drivers you need for your machine – this will depend on your hardware. You should also install miscellaneous options like HWMonitor and Network.

You’ll need to know which kernel extension to install for your machine – a quick search online will help you with that. Once you’ve selected the drivers you need, click install.

Multibeast will now write the global bootloader to your EFI partition. This may take some time, but once it’s done, you’ll notice a difference in your Hackintosh’s performance.

Check that your GPU is working correctly and that you have Wi-Fi and sound. If everything’s working as it should be, you’re good to go!

Multibeast is a fantastic tool for those who want to optimize their Hackintosh’s performance. It’s easy to use and can make a big difference in how macOS runs on your PC. Don’t be afraid to experiment with different settings to find what works best for you.