So I have an issue with my hackintosh (that makes it unusable, really)
It's that the screen will go black for like 1/2 seconds every 5 minutes or so (depends, sometimes it can go as far as 5 per minutes)
I found a video showing the issue (not mine, but that's exactly the same thing that's...
Instructions for “hackintoshing” a Dell Inspiron 3650 PC with EVGA GT 730 2 GB DDR5 with 3 monitors (including VGA)
1. Create bootable El Capitan USB using UniBeast with UEFI and Nvidia Inject on another mac running OS X El Capitan
2. Mount USB EFI using EFI mounter v3 and...
ive spent weeks trying to figure out how to get my GT 730 to work with my system.
ive successfully booted and everything works flawlessly onboard, but im wondering if anyone has had experience with my exact setup.
Z77X-UD5H rev 1.0 /
Mountain Lion 10.8.5 (12F37) /
I have purchased a Gigabyte GT 730 2GB DDR5 card to replace my old bfg 8800GTX , the problem is after I have installed it, when it boots, it gets to the apple logo with the progress bar and reaches half way before rebooting. It keeps on repeating this cycle.
** When I installed an EVGA 1050TI...
My old bfg 8800gtx graphics has died after 10 years.
I have El Capitan 10.11.2 and have not updated since, a little apprehensive due to losing stability but open to it.
I have tried an EVGA 1050TI 4GB in my system and it works although some issues with the card (flashing white square behind...
Hi. My Mac Pro 3,1 had some trouble (spontaneous restarts). Long story short: I changed the GTX 660 videocard back to the GT 8800 and then it worked fine again.
Unfortunately, the GT 8800 doesn't do 3840 x 2160 / UHD / '4K' so I ordered a (MSI) GT 710. I could not get any signal from it via...
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After doing a test install of Linux on a spare drive :geek: to verify my new GT 730 actually works, I took the plunge, blew away Lion...
Hi all, this is just a guide to what I like to call a “GigaMac” as almost all of the hardware in this build that goes towards OS X compatibility is made by Gigabyte.
PSU: Corsair RM750 Modular PSU
Mainboard: Gigabyte Z97X-UD3H (Running BIOS version F4)
Processor: Intel Core i5 4590...