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System:
GA-H97N-WIFI
CPU:
i7-4770K
Graphics:
HD4600
Other Hardware:
iPhone, (2) SE/30, G4 Sawtooth, G5, (2) MBP, iPad 4
Mac:
MacBook Pro, Mac mini
Classic Mac:
PowerBook, SE
Mobile Phone:
iOS

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Hector: GA-H97N-WIFI - i5-4690 - HD 4600
Zippy: GA-Z87MX-D3H - i7-4770K - GTX 650 Ti
H/Z97N-WIFI 9-series Motherboard Installation Guide || Guide to installing Mavericks on Zorro and Son of Zorro (Step-by-Step)

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August 30th, 2014 10:16 PM
The 750 series is not yet supported by Mavericks. See the tonymacx86 Buyer's Guide, Graphics Cards, for recommended (supported) graphics cards. You could also use the H87N's on-board graphics until the 750 series is supported by Apple. (I, too, am anxiously awaiting the 750 Ti's support.) :thumbup:
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August 29th, 2014 04:17 PM
Did you fixed your problem, yet?
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August 29th, 2014 08:52 AM
I apologize for not updating the OP with the latest MultiBeast configuration Screen snapshots. Here's the preview until I can update the original post. Here's the short hand for 10.9.4 MultiBeast configuration: Quick Start > DSDT-Free Drivers > Realtek ALC8xxx > Realtek ALC898 Drivers > Network > Intel > AppleIntelE1000e Optional Drivers...
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August 25th, 2014 02:41 PM
HDMI audio is now a MultiBeast option in the Audio Driver section.
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August 25th, 2014 10:28 AM
Unfortunately, I don't know enough about the inter workings of OS X (long story). However, I'm not surprised you're having problems with the Express as I've gone through several for my printers, for my audio/video receiver and as a travel router; they just stopped working. Let's see if it's a bad TP-Link. Do you have a friend who can test the...
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August 25th, 2014 09:46 AM
I'm using the TP-Link 4800 in conjunction with a Linksys 4200 wireless router. I have several of the TP-Links and the Rosewill N900 card which uses the same chipset. All of the cards show 450Mbps communication with the router when Option-Click on the wireless icon in the menu bar. Have you checked/tested your router? BTW, I don't have...
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August 24th, 2014 09:19 PM
Your BIOS is mature enough to install OS X. I recommend you post your problem in the Mountain Lion Desktop Support forum section. However, you'll need HD3000 or higher (with your motherboard, HD4000) to use Intel's Integrated Graphics with Apple's Mountain Lion. So, you'll need a graphics card with the processor you currently have.
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