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What can I do to get HIGH SIERRA up and running without changing my hardware?

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Hey guys, good morning for all.
Specs:
i5 9400f
H310m M.2 2.0 gigabyte
GTX 1080

Since Mojave/Catalina doesn't have any nvidia support for my gtx 1080, and my processor doesn't have iGPU, I can't get to properly run these OS.
With High Sierra, I tried to boot with niresh distro, and got: ACPI error: Method parse/execution failed...

 Couldn't even get to the installation. Then I found that coffee lake support only was added after 10.13.6 update.

So, the question is, how can I manage to get this running with my actual specs?

(I have done hackintosh (2015), but I'm not a experienced user, so please if you could use simple words, or a easily understandable guide for me, I will be really grateful)

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