I believe you refer to this http://bit.ly/DeadNIC ;)
It has nothing to do with hackintoshing, nor with drivers, as this has been reported by lots of people on different platforms and OSes...
Seems Gigabyte boards are most susceptible to this though.
Sorry to hear about your issues with my driver.
Would you please install the debug version, and keep and eye on the console to try to identify any special message that appears during this period ?
Hi everyone !
After being AWOL for a [way too] loooong time, I'm back, and will try to look into these issues.
It will help if you could try to identify on your kernel.log any special message that might explain this behavior with my kext vs. the official one.
I've tested high throughput with netperf... And achieved over 800Mbps on full-duplex...
However, if using t*****t, this might lead to lots (hundreds ?) of connections, which might trigger the problem.
I'll try to reproduce it here.
Also, could you rerun your test scenario, while...
First of all, start booting verbose so you get a "printout" of the panic... Then post the panic here...
Also, as you are encountering stability problems, I'd disable any kind of overclocking. No point in doing so if your rig is not stable enough.
Lastly, search the forum for NotShy's...