I hope you can help me. I had to change my psu cause the previous one died, but after I did I had to work with my Intel onboard graphics card instead of my GTX 760. I am running Sierra so I noticed that I had a lot of lags so I had to make my PC work with my GTX 760 like always...
I've just installed via unibeast a clean OSX Sierra on my GAX79s Up5 with i7 3930k and EVGA GTX760.
Everything seems to be working fine after a bunch of adjustments in the config.plist and EFI kext folders.
I managed to update to 10.12.6 with no issue, injected USB3 GenericUSBXHCI...
I have a Dell T5500 Precision (2x5690, 48GB ram etc), it works like a charm (ok, sometimes when i hit shutdown its just restarted), but everything else is semms ok, but the GPU. Cinebench score under win 10 85fps, but on high sierra, its just 56fps, and i feel the poornes in...
Gigabyte LGA 1151 Z170 2-Way SLI
There's a lot of image tearing upon boot and both monitors won't show. Only one will. Is there a way to fix this or will I need a different graphics card?
I recently updated my Hackintosh to MacOS Sierra, using unibeast and multibeast, and it almost entirely works... Except that there are a lot of weird graphical glitches and flickering, and the screen (normally 4k) is limited to 1600x1200. In system info, it says that the Nvidia card only has 7mb...
I have a couple of problems with my installation. (Sorry for my bad English, I'm French)
- Monitor going to sleep after boot (fixed by taking a config.plist on the forum)
- I don't have audio
- The driver of ethernet don't install? ( I have a connection but she is very slow compared to...
I am currently using a GTX 760 with the latest NVIDIA Web Driver for Sierra.
In El Capitan, the card recognized the 2560x1080 @ 60Hz resolution natively, but after upgrading to Sierra, the max native resolution is only 1080p.
I am able to achieve 2560x1080 by using SwitchResX, but only...
Hello guys, I have a hakintosh mounted with Mavericks and now would like to upgrade and format system she begot the usb with Unibeast but time to install it to the black screen with the Apple logo and progress bar, but goes nowhere . I've tried several codes but nothing worked.
My equipment is...
Ive been running my OSX build for about 2 years now. I struggled initially so much with it, that I ignored some of the minor problems. Now its been long enough that I dont mind digging back into it and trying to get a fix.
I am running:
Intel i5 4690k
EVGA GTX 760
Sorry my English i'm hunagrian.
The boot stuck at [Pci configuration begin]
I use bootfalgs : kext-dev-mode=1 -v -f npci=0x2000 PCIRootUID=1 nv_disable=1 dart=0 debug=0x14e
and kext files :
I edited VoodooTSCSync.kext :
been searching through all the forums I don't seem to find a suitable solution for me.
I can boot into osx with the driver disabled elsewise I am stuck on a black screen. Anyone has an idea on how to get my gpu running?
I have two installs. Both working great. One Yosemite. One Snow Leopard. I use the bios to choice which disk and load in from there.
I had a GTX 285. Great. but not powerful enough in CC2015 on yosemite. So I got the GTX760. works perfectly and native in Yosemite.
My question is. After a...
Installing GTX760 on Yosemite, HELP!
Following all the wonderful info here I've gotten my system running Yosemite with working audio and no other obvious problems. Now I want to tackle my graphics card problem.
I tried under Mavericks to get the GTX760 card working and it never did so I gave...
I'm using a X99 System with a Nvidia Geforce GTX 760 and the newest Nvidia Web Drivers for 10.10.4
In Photoshop CC 2015 the system recognizes the graphics card but in Lightroom I get this error: https://db.tt/33qewzgT
Any help would be apreciated. Thanks in advance.
so i plan to build a editing machine, main use final cut pro x.
I want to be able to edit 4k videos.
Im editing shorter 4K videos on my macbook 13 (retina).
And it works pretty good. but the export could be faster, and editing could be more fluid.
At first I have been looking into GTX760...
I'm at the point now where I can boot with kext-dev-mode=1 -x nv_disable=1 npci=0x2000. If I don't specify nv_disable=1 the screen goes blank at some point in the boot process. Can anyone explain what's going on here? I guess the graphics card is running in some worse mode that the OS is ok...
I have a successful build with a geforce gt 640.
I am trying to upgrade to geforce gtx 760 and after I install
the new graphics card I cannot get passed the BIOS settings
screen ... using a wired keyboard not working
tried clearing CMOS ... currently using BIOS F12 version.