sudo nano [/COLOR][/FONT]/System/Library/Extensions/AMD8000Controller.kext/Contents/Info.plist[COLOR=#000000][FONT=Verdana]
sudo nano [/COLOR][/FONT]/System/Library/Extensions/AMDRadeonX4000.kext/Contents/Info.plist[COLOR=#000000][FONT=Verdana]
That seemed to have some effect, but it still does it. Oh well. I wish I had a DisplayPort monitor, because I was able to test (using a DP to VGA converter) that it doesn't happen with that port.I had a similar issue with my r9 290x where the screen was fuzzy and I had to unplug the monitor for a second also. I was able to get it fixed by setting my monitors resolution for the clover bootloader using clover configurator.
Care to share what mb, cpu, ram your using, im looking to build a new box and have a extra 290x from some bitcoin mining..I'm running my 290x perfectly using clover. I gave up on chameleon because you get white jibberish on black text whichever way you try and boot with it. Clover on the other hand gave me 0 issues. Card is recognised as AMD 8xxx series.
Sure things:Care to share what mb, cpu, ram your using, im looking to build a new box and have a extra 290x from some bitcoin mining..
As far as clover did you do the full clover install, meaning clover Yosemite installer, then post clover installs, efi etc.. I tried unibeast and multibeast but every time I tried to book It would spit out garbage.
The aspect ratio, per se, is irrelevant, but it is worth noting that probably none of us here has fully tested the HDMI 1.4 support. I do have a monitor with dual-link DVI (2560x1440) that I can test it with tomorrow. I think most 21:9 monitors provide both options (and some have a DP input also).Hi guys! Im planing to buy this card. You think this card can work at full resolution with a 21:9 aspect ratio monitor?