i5-3570k

  1. juliusgladius

    Need HELP! PCIe GPU (Firepro v4900) is not supported. Need to disable it.

    Hello guys. I have a Firepro V4900 that I use for CAD on my windows installation. I've installed OS X 10.8.2 and was able to get my HD4000 to work with GraphicsEnabler=Yes. However, when installed my Firepro V4900 for my windows installation. It messed up my OS X boot. I had to use...
  2. juliusgladius

    Can I Disable GPU and run iGPU only/ Run Firepro V4900 GPU ? Almost fully functional GA-Z77x-D3H i5

    I have an issue with my GPU not being supported. I use a Firepro V4900 to run CAD software on my other windows installation. I have installed OSX 10.8.2 on another drive and it is almost fully functional. I'm able to run with HD4000 on my i5, but when I put my V4900 card in. It seems to go...
  3. loginz

    Does hackintosh work on this system (NEWBIE)

    Hello everybody :wave: First of all, this forum is great and you´re doing a real good job! I want to build a dual booting hackintosh with these components: Intel Core i5-3570K Tray, LGA1155 Gigabyte Z77-DS3H, Intel Z77, ATX Samsung SSD 830 128GB SATA 6GB's NB Upgrade Kit SanDisk SSD...
  4. robie_cz

    GA-Z77-DS3H i5-3570k can't sleep automatically

    Robie's Build: Core i5-3570k - GA-Z77DS3H - 8GB RAM - HD 4000 Components PROCESSOR Intel Core i5-3570K http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B007SZ0E1K http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819116504 MOTHERBOARD GA-Z77-DS3H http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B007R21JWC/...
  5. jasonbond

    i5-3570k z77-ds3h compatible???

    Hello i bought these 2 and for some reason trying to install cpu and when pulling down the latch i hear a noise like its scratching It takes a lot of force to try to pull down. when i do it using the cover for cpu that came with motherboard i don't hear the sound
  6. isaac_ho

    DVI Display Problem | Asus P8H77-I, i5-3570K, HD4000 and Mountain Lion

    Dear All, I have a build with the following components: ASUS P8H77-I mother board i5 3570K CPU with HD4000 graphics 2 x 4Gb (8Gb total) 1600 Ram and followed the instructions in this thread...
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