Hey everyone, I'm a composer/producer looking to build a slave machine to run my virtual instruments. I put together a build at CyberPowerPC, at first thinking I'd just use a PC slave, but then the thought occurred to me : why not try to run it as a Hackintosh and make things simpler? And so...
having the following problem: OS X shows incorrectly the following values:
- CPU frequency;
- Video memory size.
About CPU freq. I have Core i5 overclocked up to 4.6 GHz (sometimes I overclock it up to 4.7GHz). But OS X shows me 4.3 GHz only.
Hi, first, sorry for the second post, tried editing my first one and it doesn't seem to work.
I realized there is Prime95 for Mac after my last post in this forum. After running the torture test on that program, I saw my temps shoot up a lot (as expected). I originally wasn't going over 60...
I recently finished building my Hackintosh, and I would like to overclock it. I need help on how to do this using the BIOS, and run stress tests on the Hackintosh.
I am using:
Gigabyte Z77X-D3H board (1155 socket)
Intel Ivy Bridge i5 3570K
Corsair H80 CPU Cooler
G.Skill Ares Series 8GB RAM (2...
From what I've read/heard, it seems the Ivy Bridge is just smaller and uses less power than the Sandy Bridge, but is not really faster, especially if you overclock because you can't overclock an Ivy nearly as much as a Sandy. Does anyone know anything about that? Which one would be a better...
I've just made an hackintosh for a friend who needs to have Snow Leopard 10.6.8.
DSDT Install with Multibeast 3.10.
Here's the specs:
CPU: i7 980 (x6) 3.4 ghz
RAM: 24 Gb at 1600 Mhz
GPU: Sapphire Radeon 6850 1 go
SSD: 120 GB OCZ Agility 3
RAID 0: 8 TB ( 4x 2...
I have successfully managed to build an hackintosh with the guides here, so far I have:
processor: i5 2500k 3.30ghz
graphics card: saphire 6870
cpu cooler: Arctic Freezer 13 PRO
memory: 8gb 1600mhz
So far I have a 11828 geekbench score.
I was in the same boat as a lot of people here. Once I udpated to the UEFI on my GA-Z68X-UD3H-B3 board, I wasn't able to OC even with a valid SSDT. Fortunately, I figured out what the issue was.
Previously, when overclocking in the Award BIOS, we would just enter the max turbo...