Identical CPU to MBP means less work for me?

Hello, I'm kind of a newbie but have Catalina installed using Clover (but I'm experienced with Linux, Windows, rpi etc). I am trying to install Big Sur using OpenCore, and since my laptop happen to have the same cpu as the MacBook Pro 16" (i7-9750H) I thought I could use some of that for better stability and mainly to ease the whole process. I am aware that some SSDT's, AML's (and Kexts of course) are still needed but would like to know how could this similarity ease the installation.

I have a Lenovo IdeaPad L340-15IRH:

CPU: Intel i7 9750H

RAM: 1 * 16GB (2400 MHz)

eGPU: GeForce GTX1050 3GB

iGPU: Intel UHD Graphics 630

Storage: Complicated (I'm triple booting on 2 disks: Samsung Evo 970+ with solely Windows and its bootloader, kernel and things and WDS500G2B0A with 256GB for Ubuntu+Grub and 256GB for macOS on Clover (planing to shrink the macOS partition to install Big Sur on OC as well)

Display: 15.6" FHD

Any answer will be appreciated:)

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