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MultiBeast, the ultimate post-installation utility, has been updated to version 6.5 for OS X Mavericks. This version contains updated kexts and fixes specifically for OS X 10.9.5.

Please make sure to read the documentation provided in the MultiBeast Features document and at MultiBeast.com for all install locations and details. Download the latest version of MultiBeast at tonymacx86.com/downloads.

Please do not upload or redistribute MultiBeast to any other sites.

Visible Changes:
  • Added Drivers -> Disk -> Intel Generic AHCI SATA
    • Further information is available here.
  • Added Drivers -> Graphics -> Intel 9 Series HD 4600 Graphics Fix
    • Further information is available here.
  • Added Drivers -> Network -> Intel -> AppleIGB v5.2.9.4
  • Added Drivers -> Network -> Atheros -> AtherosE2200Ethernet v1.0.0d7
  • Updated Drivers -> Network -> Realtek -> RealtekRTL8111 v1.2.0 to RealtekRTL8111 v1.2.2
Internal Changes:
  • Removed kernel=mach_kernel from Customize -> Boot Options -> Basic Boot Options.
  • Updated AppleHDA to 10.9.5 versions

If you have Bug Reports or Feature Requests, please let us know in the MultiBeast section of the forum. Enjoy!

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MultiBeast 6.5.1 Update

MultiBeast, the ultimate post-installation utility, has been updated to version 6.5.1 for OS X Mavericks. This version contains the following fix:

Internal Changes:
- Fixed installation of Drivers -> Misc -> VoodooTSCSync -> 8 Core
 

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Article: MultiBeast 6.5 Update

Yea worked for me- the only change is that the name has been changed to 10.9.4+
 
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Article: MultiBeast 6.5 Update

This looks great! I plan on updating in the coming week, but I have a few projects to finish before that happens ;). 6.4 worked great for me in 10.9.4 without having to use previous versions for audio and whatnot (especially TRIM), so I hope this does the same!
 
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Article: MultiBeast 6.5 Update

Does the built-in trim command still work for 10.9.5 ?

It seems to get broken even after reapplication with current MB on certain Motherboards. I ended up using
Cindori Trim Enabler to get it back on Z87X UD5 TH.
 
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WoW! Great Job! Thanks to TonyMac86 Team
 
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Update of Hwmonitorplugins (haswell-e)?
 
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So other than "official" apple support for 9 series boards, are those the only fixes required? Been thinking of building a new server and the 8 series boards are starting to get scarce. Thanks for all the work Tony and crew!
 
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