Yeah, well.. If I'd purchase a new machine, it would be a macbook...So before I make the switch, I'd still like to squeeze out everything I can from my current machine :D I've read somewhere that the Mousse kext can help solving the issue with sse 4.2 requirements (for 4.1 cpus), plus my GPU is...
Quick question...Is this configuration still able to run Big Sur, perhaps with OpenCore?
Motherboard: Asus p5k Pro (LGA775)
CPU: Intel Xeon X5460 (with mod sticker LGA771 to LGA775) (has SSE 4.1 support)
RAM: 6GB DDR2 (might add another +2GB)
GPU: Radeon RX560
Storage: 120GB SSD +...
I'd like to ask for your opinion...
I have a quite old piece of hardware, running Sierra since 2017 on it, without any issues...
Would I be able to get away with Mojave on it?
Mainboard: Asus Pk5 Pro (P35 Chipset)
CPU: Intel Xeon X5460 (quad core, 12MB Cache)
RAM: 6GB DDR2...
I've been wondering quite a long time about that...Why are the Tonymac buyer guides recommending only nvidia video cards, when Apple uses only AMD graphics since a long time. The entire OS is heavily optimized for openCL, and nvidia is (as I found out so far) using CUDA.
With font smoothing disabled, it's even worse for my eyes. I like the way fonts look, but they appear blurry for me.
What I am trying to do now, is make a few screenshots where text is present, and check the screenshots under Windows. If the same fonts look the same, then it's just the way it...
I have managed to successfully install Sierra on my PC, and everything works fine since a few days, except my screen not being recognized properly.
Fonts are blurry and not displaying as they should, and there's no 1920x1080 screen resolution when I want to choose a different one...
I'm in need of a little information. I'd be thankful for answers!
Can I run High Sierra on the following configuration?
Asus P5k Pro
Intel Xeon X5460
6GB DDR2 RAM
Thanks in advance!
Is there anybody who can recommend me a cheap video card (the only requirements: 1gb, and nvidia), that works with two monitors without problems?
Currently I have a Gainward GTS 450GS, and first monitor is on hdmi, second is on VGA. They used to work in OS X El Capitan when i...
It is already set to MacPro1,3 :/
And by the way...When the system is booting up, it shows the loading screen (the apple logo and loading bar) under a lower resolution, and it switches to 1080p after it comes to the midway of loading line, and then it fills up the rest of loading bar quickly...