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    As of 10.8.5, Intel's 4th Generation Haswell CPUs and 8-Series chipsets are natively supported in OS X! This means that there is no further need for HaswellHelper or any other installation complications. Systems will work with the standard UniBeast installation method, as long as the USB is prepared using the freshly updated 10.8.5 app.
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    09-17-2013 10:26 AM
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    UniBeast has been updated to version 2.1. Incorporating changes required for OS X 10.8.5, the tool is now fully compatible with Haswell based systems. ...
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    When running OS X as your main operating system, supported and compatible components are extremely important. That is why we have created a large selection of pre-configured systems along with a list of options. This month we've refreshed our recommended builds to Intel's 4th generation Haswell CPUs and Socket 1150 8-Series motherboards. ...
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    The original installation media for Mac OS X Snow Leopard was a 10.6 DVD. The DVD was only updated once to version 10.6.3. In order to provide more frequent updates to users, Apple is now slipstreaming the latest version of OS X directly into the download. Upon fresh installation, no updating is necessary! ...
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    09-12-2013 04:27 PM
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    Today Apple released 10.8.5, the fifth (and final?) major update to OS X Mountain Lion. To eliminate any potential issues, we generally recommend to update any supported systems using the standalone combo installer available from Apple.com, and not the built-in Software Update. ...
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    Episode 4 of the podcast is now up! PodBeast Returns with beelzebozo and eelhead. Topics include Haswell, Apple news, Star Wars channel, and the long form discussion of whether or not they should do a long form discussion of doing a long form discussion. ...
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    08-26-2013 12:16 PM
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    Chimera has been updated to version 2.2. The major changes in this version are the addition of new Intel integrated graphics support and two new boot keys. The first new boot key, IGPlatformID, allows for overriding the Chimera defaults for ig-platform-id on the Intel HD 3000, Intel HD 2500/4000, and the latest Intel HD 4600/5000. The other key, IGPEnabler, allows for enabling the Intel HD GPU when GraphicsEnabler=No. Chimera is recommended for all users, and will be included by default in the next MultiBeast and UniBeast releases. ...

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