Running 10.11.5 on a 6700K / Asus Hero III / 980 Ti build and I've never had working sleep/wake (black screen upon wake). I have working power management (somehow!), the system will idle at 1.2Ghz and boost to 4.5 under load. I read that you need SSDTs for power management to get...
Running El Capitan (audio build in sig) and about to swap from a nvidia 980 to AMD R9 380 to hopefully fix a GFX glitch. I have this in my config:
<string>AppleGraphicsDevicePolicy (board-id) Patch (c) Pike R...
I'm running a Clover 6700K build (Maximus VIII Hero and GTX 980 Ti) and am having sporadic graphic glitches (randomly it starts to flicker and degrade, a resolution change fixes it). I'm thinking about getting a Gigabyte RX 560 4GB and moving to Sierra.
The Clover system preferences...
I use a 980 Ti GTX with Nvidia web drivers, but I get an annoying graphic glitch multiple times a day (using LCD TV as screen) which means I have change the resolution or toggle TV input to fix it. Had enough of it!
Which card can I drop in that works out of the box with native...
I've been booting from it since day 1. Long story short, I made the bad idea to 'upgrade' to 64GB RAM but it borked the setup and resulted in a full day of trying to fix it (kernel panic first - memory alloc, then it wouldn't get past the very first OsxAptioDrv bit - even though I...
I think my hackintosh enjoys being on ;)
Shutdown was working fine until very recently, I've not changed anything. Now it will turn off (nice and quickly), but then turn on 4-5 seconds later, without fail.
- Mac Pro 2013 definition
- Latest FakeSMC
- Clover: FixShutdown enabled
Evening! I'm using a Sony Bravia as my main monitor.
Working (HDMI to DVI cable)
1080p HiDPI (retina) via SwitchResX
Not working (Direct HDMI cable)
60Hz via HDMI 2.0
No text scaling options in Display settings (Mac thinks the TV is 1080p and not 4K)
1) Is there a way to...
Has anyone accomplished this?
Sleep/wake doesn't work on my system (see signature, Asus Z170 Hero VIII build).
I'm not using DSDT or SSDT files, however SpeedStep/power management and overclocking is working flawlessly.
For those it may help, enabling ErP (BIOS: Advanced -> APM) and...
I had El Capitan running for a few days until I decided to update the BIOS and overclock. Messed up the system and I've had no end of trouble since.
Currently got to this when booting (attached).
flags: dart=0 nvda_drv=1 npci=0x3000 cpus=1
Specs are in sig.
Thought I'd share this beauty of a system for those that are looking for a fast machine.
Geekbench 2 @ 64bit = 20,537
Cinebench 15 Open GL: 121 fps
- Gigabyte Z97X UD5H, F8 BIOS
- Intel 4790K 'Devils Canyon' 4GHz
- MSI Twin Frozr 770 GTX
- 32GB Crucial Ballistix Tactical...
I'm running a Gigabyte Z97 UD5H + 4790K combo.
Clover is set to not generate C/P states (turned on in the BIOS, however), yet SpeedStep is fully working (checking with the Intel Power Gadget).
I do not have an SSDT installed either.
It crashes very rarely - would it be better to...
Screen shot 2011-05-05 at 08.32.59.png
Updates: New ATI drivers, new kernel (10.7.4)
2011 MBP AppleCPUPowerManagement is 18.104.22.168
2011 iMac AppleCPUPowerManagement is 22.214.171.124 (attached)
And why not?
Very useful to use as cache or temp folder that's cleared upon each power cycle. For those worried about SSD usage, this can be a nice way to reduce disk read/writes.
Since the 2011 MBP supports SATA III, one would imagine the necessary modified kexts are available in both the 2011 MBP install disk (illegal) and the 10.6.7 MBP combo update (legal).
Anyone had a look into this yet? Is there any reason we can't get this working now?
Now people have sucessfully built fully working SB macs, let's see how they perform, whether they're stable, and how we can tweak/squeeze more performance out of them.
Over time, we can discover the optimal settings and configurations. Make sure you re-post settings after you tweak your system...
After installing 10.6.7 SB with the 892 enabler, I was getting pops/cracks at the start of a 'new' sound (i.e. after a period of no sound output).
It could be linked to he MacBook Pro definition needed in order to boot.
Regardless, here's a fix...
I have two eSATA drives, and I've installed the JMicron36xeSata kext using MultiBeast.
The thing is, the OS can't see them. Oddly enough, the drive can be seen by Chameleon, so it's something to do with the drivers.
I have a feeling it may be to do with smbios.plist - the MacBook Pro...
I used the ATI Package that Gordo mentioned in his guide, which resulted in myself being able to boot into a smooth 64 bit, 16GB RAM OS X. BOOYAH!
But, the DisplayPort doesn't work any longer, my Apple Cinema Screen (24") goes black with no picture (using DVI + old 1280x1024 monitor now). It...