What monitor are you using?
With my Hackintosh I use a 30" Apple Cinema display with a Gigabyte Radeon HD5770 GPU with DVI cable. It will boot and then the screen goes blank. My early fix was to unplug the DVI cable and then plug it back in.
May not apply, but ... :wave:
Re: Low Cinebench numbers for i7-2600k and GTX 580 in 10.7.4?
I don't believe is is the CPU. Not sure about the GTX 580. Just posting for comparison. Hope using the other recommended programs show better results.
cinebench 2 1 2012 i7.png
No way to tell what made the files disappear, but a redundant backup on a new drive is recommended.
My data loss is usually self inflicted, so I also keep a set of backup files on DVD or DVD DLs. A few 3 ring binders full of disks have saved me over the years. Good Luck. :wave:
I did a search using the search block on the log in page for your motherboard and found many with DSDT modifications to correct the problems using the HD3000 internal graphics.
My first computer ? was the TI-59 programmable calculator. It used magnetic strips for storage and I had the thermal printer that it mounted on. I think the package ran about $1200
My next was a Commodore 16. It lasted about 3 months and then I upgraded :D to a Commodore 64. I used a tape...
My question is still when you log onto this website from another computer, do you see the button. If it is there, then it is an issue on your hackintosh. If there is no button using another computer, then it is tied to your account. :think:
I would use disk utilities to check and repair permissions. I would also check the hard drive.
This is a screen shot of the bottom of the thread we are on with the new topic button on the lower left of the screen.
Still not understanding why you are having the issues. What OS version are you...
My understanding is if you are not using SATA III SSD, you will not see the difference in speed on drives read/write speeds.
And in my tests with BlackMagic, there is little if any difference.
So no reason not to use for video card. :thumbup:
My Geekbench score with an i5 2500k was around 9600. Changing to an i7 2600k changed the score to around 12500. No overclocking on either for the tests.My primary monitor is an Apple Cinema 30" display, 16GB Mem, with an OCZ 120GB Agility3 SSD
I find the image you linked to move smoothly using...
Re: Whats wrong with this build?
On the graphic situation. What monitor(s) are you using. When I started my Hackintosh and added the apple 30" display, I found the only way to get an active screen using the DVI port was to unplug and plug the video cable back in with power on.
You are using...