So in Mavericks and back you could just change your Icon in `/System/Library/CoreServices/CoreTypes.bundle/Contents/Resources`, but now In Yosemite, where it just shows the 'X' Icons, how do you change that?
i just installed yosemite on my ga-z87mx-d3h and 4770K and yosemite is really not liking overclocking. i had a solid 4.3 overclock in mavericks but im trying stuff and either it crashes after a bit of OS loading or it decides to be slow... anybody knows what to do?
I would like to know what frequency type I should be using for Yosemite for my i2500k (4 core)
Mavericks I had going 43 43 43 42
In Yosemite 42 42 42 41 seems to work. I tried auto and 43 43 43 42 but my computer was a slug.
I did try all 42's but didn't seem to work very well?! (Slower speeds)
I also have 1600mhz 16Gb Corsair...
someone knows how change the cpu name on yosemite?
i tried the mavericks's method S/L/Coreservices/Loginwindwow/CONTENTS/Resources/English or French/About this mac,
then modified "<key>ABOUT_BOX_SINGLE_PROCESSOR_FIELD_FORMAT</key>
<string>%@</string>" by "<key>ABOUT_BOX_SINGLE_PROCESSOR_FIELD_FORMAT</key>
I have the i7 3770K and installed Yosemite, but the computer doesnt seem to be using all cores. I believe it's only using 2, instead of 8 with hyperthreading. Is there something I need to do during multibeast to fix?
Hello, I wanted to share with the community some new themes I made. Please be nice these are my first themes!:thumbup: Download the one that corresponds with your OS X Version. Sorry, they look terrible in the pictures.:beachball:
i install 10.9.5 on my as rock z87 extreme 4 and core i5 4460
is this result good for this ?
is my hardware working fine ?
test only with 32 bit