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    Moarfish's build - GA-B75M-D3H i5 3570K


    I used this board as well after reading this thread and the beastly success thread. It is a rev 1.1 board, not sure what bios it is.

    intel g2120
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    msi 210 gpu
    4gb of kingston hyper blu 1333mhz
    unibeast 10.8.4

    I followed moarfish's multibeast install and everything works, I literally had a stable/useable install within an hour. Didn't have to reinstall or anything. But i have only been using it for a day or so. Occasionally the audio pops, but that might be the really old speakers! For those of you who have had it running for awhile, have you run into any stability issues? I built it as a family computer (people who aren't super tech savvy)

    P.S. In an attempt to get hd2500 to work i changed the system definition to the recommended mac mini 6.1. Never ended up getting it to work so i switched to the 210. Should I switch it back to the mac pro 3.1? If so, would I just run mulitbeast and select that sys. def.? Does it then just install over the previous definition?
    Last edited by Blitz355; 08-07-2013 at 12:36 AM.

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    #662

    Moarfish's build - GA-B75M-D3H i5 3570K


    Hi Guys,
    Ok I got mine up and running, I can't believe how fast it is. I just have one little bug. I have my apple cinema display connected and the bios flash screen shows up fine but when I hit the del key to go into the bios it is all distorted. Is there anyway to fix this? The machine works fine like I said. OSX looks and feels great on this display. If I connect my small VGA screen, the bios flash screen shows and then when in the bios everything displays perfectly. Of course osx won't load with the vga hooked up. Using the onboard graphics with this mobo of course.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adrian B View Post
    I think that the problem shown in your first photograph is a graphics issue for HD4000.

    Check your UEFI Bios under peripherals. You need to have IGFX (integrated graphics) set and Internal graphics memory should be set at 64MB.

    In MultiBeast under Customization > Boot Options, you need to select '1080P'


    Adrian B
    I had fix this problem, thanks a lot!!
    I got my audio, network, everything seems ok, and just one thing, I can not boot into my Mac OSX without using the UniBeast USB. If I unplug it, when the computer start, it can not get into the bootloader, can just shows the error as this....

    it the problem of bootloader? I had already install Chimera 2.1.1...

    Thanks for help!!!!!
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    Chris_T, see MacMan's guide: boot0 Error: The Official Guide

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    Question for you guys,

    I am using this MOBO with an 23"apple cinema display. I can't get the bios screen to look right. The splash screen with the logo is fine but the acutal bios screen is messed up. See pictures below. When I boot into 10.8.4 is looks and feels great.

    See pics below.


    Also I found out that this mobo will work with VGA when you have GraphicsEnable set to no. hahahah found that out by mistake. Looks really big on a 17" preview crappy vga lcd flat screen, hahahaha. But everything in the bios shows up on the vga.

    How can i get the bios setting screen to look normal?

    Would changing the memory size work or graphic clock in MHZ? i just think the resolution is off in the bio for the apple cinema to work correctly.

    Moarfish's build -  GA-B75M-D3H i5 3570K-photo-2.jpgMoarfish's build -  GA-B75M-D3H i5 3570K-getattachment.aspx.jpeg

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    Maybe this isn't the best thread to be posting about your problem but,
    it's a known issue with Cinema displays and 3D BIOS - Some people use a different monitor to set up their BIOS.
    Something to do with Apple not supporting the low resolution I believe.

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    i have made more than 100 hackintosh
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    i have started with leopard using wiki.osx86project.org ended with tonymacx86 & multibeast


    thanks, thanks, thanks tonymacx86.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by saxmonster View Post
    Question for you guys,

    I am using this MOBO with an 23"apple cinema display. I can't get the bios screen to look right. The splash screen with the logo is fine but the acutal bios screen is messed up. See pictures below. When I boot into 10.8.4 is looks and feels great.

    See pics below.
    ...

    How can i get the bios setting screen to look normal?

    Would changing the memory size work or graphic clock in MHZ? i just think the resolution is off in the bio for the apple cinema to work correctly.
    I had the same problem with my 23" ACD & my test rig Z77-DS3H. It's a problem with Gigabyte's 7-series motherboards UEFI BIOS and the ACD screen resolution negotiation. So, the GA-Z77's BIOS and most ACD's are not compatible. However, the ACD and Z77 work OK once the OS is booted.

    BTW, my 23" ACD works with the BIOS for my P55M and Z68 systems. It's just the Ivy Bridge systems' UEFI BIOS are not compatible with certain ACD's.

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    Moarfish's build - GA-B75M-D3H i5 3570K


    Thanks for your post, I have this newly built:
    Main: GA-B75M-D3H rev 1.1
    CPU: Intel Xeon E3 1230v2
    Ram: Corsair 8GB 1600Mhz XMS3
    Graphics: ASUS 1GB EAH5450 SILENT/DI/1GD3
    Hard drive: SSD Kingmax 60GB + Seagate 2TB 5600rpm

    I managed to installed 10.8.3, upgrading to 10.8.4. Ethernet kext works fine, so I can't surfing arround solving problems quite well.

    There is however one problem... I can't boot normally to the system. I've tried to install many kexts for the gfx but no result.
    When booting with -v, the system stuck at
    Code:
    AMDCedarGraphicsAccelerator: **Device is in slot
    Any ideas for this problem.

    I have reinstall ML like 20 times @@

    P/s: my old build: main: Intel DG31PR, CPU: Core 2 duo e7300, Ram corsair 2 GB 8MHz run 10.8.4 smoothly with this graphic card without problems with kexts here

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    Moarfish's build - GA-B75M-D3H i5 3570K


    OK I figured out the problem. It was because I left bios setting with VT-d: enable. Disabling it did the job
    Moarfish's build -  GA-B75M-D3H i5 3570K-screen-shot-2013-08-10-9.40.49-am.png

    Quote Originally Posted by vanluu View Post
    Thanks for your post, I have this newly built:
    Main: GA-B75M-D3H rev 1.1
    CPU: Intel Xeon E3 1230v2
    Ram: Corsair 8GB 1600Mhz XMS3
    Graphics: ASUS 1GB EAH5450 SILENT/DI/1GD3
    Hard drive: SSD Kingmax 60GB + Seagate 2TB 5600rpm

    I managed to installed 10.8.3, upgrading to 10.8.4. Ethernet kext works fine, so I can't surfing arround solving problems quite well.

    There is however one problem... I can't boot normally to the system. I've tried to install many kexts for the gfx but no result.
    When booting with -v, the system stuck at
    Code:
    AMDCedarGraphicsAccelerator: **Device is in slot
    Any ideas for this problem.

    I have reinstall ML like 20 times @@

    P/s: my old build: main: Intel DG31PR, CPU: Core 2 duo e7300, Ram corsair 2 GB 8MHz run 10.8.4 smoothly with this graphic card without problems with kexts here

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