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    Idle CPU Temperature 60C after motherboard replacement

    Agreed. It just seems weird that it is suddenly not working when it was before the motherboard replacement. Any ideas on the best methods to test the cooler?
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    Idle CPU Temperature 60C after motherboard replacement

    Hi all, I recently replaced/upgraded my motherboard (formerly GA-Z87X-HD3 now GA-Z97-D3H) on my hackintosh after it no longer booted. Now the CPU (Intel 4790k) is reading 60C within the Bios which seems way too high. When I loaded up the macOS (everything loaded fine), it was reading 80-98C...
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    Screen Size and Resolution too large

    Hi all, Recently inherited an Asus GTX 680 and a 43 inch LG 4k TV and having some issues getting them to play right in High Sierra. Basically, MacOS thinks the screen is a 107 inch (6720x3780) screen in About This Mac. It thinks it is a 5k (5120x2880) within system report. Within the...
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    High Sierra dual monitor sometimes doesn't work and when it does cursor lags and screen glitches

    I recently updated to high sierra from a very stable El Cap installation. With this update, I've been having issues seemingly stemming from the second monitor. The first is an Acer24 inch connected via DVI, the second is a Samsung 40 inch TV connected via HDMI. Often when I turn on the...
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    Stable Build suddenly stopped working, due to failed SSD. Now can’t get it booted up.

    I’ve been racking my brain and doing some research on how to get it working again. It seems that I should have installed Multibeast onto the clone drive in order to make it bootable. I can’t find a step by step way to boot from the drive/usb and then install multibeast afterwards. Any ideas...
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    Stable Build suddenly stopped working, due to failed SSD. Now can’t get it booted up.

    My hackintosh build had been working perfectly until yesterday evening when I came home from work. It would turn on but then power off at the mac loading screen. I determined that the main SSD was busted, but I was able to fix it by plugging it into my macbook pro and repairing it in the disk...
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