- Oct 2, 2011
- Asrock Z68 EX4
- HIS 6850
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
ericchile said:Got this all working with an old Nvidia card 8800 gt... but the thing is loud and I don't think it is any more powerful than the HD3000 (?)...
Is there a way to get the HD3000 working with hdmi?
Select "macmini" as your SMBIOS under system definitions in Multibeast and enable "onboard graphics" via UEFI. Double check to see if the "Graphics Enabler" string is present in your org.chameleon.Boot.plist via textedit. Which should look like this (this is to ensure you get full resolution supported by your monitor)
You should not have any discrete card present during boot or it will kernel panic. Ensure "onboard graphics" is enabled before turning it off and removing the discrete card from your system. Save your UEFI settings exit, turn off your system, remove the discrete card, plug in your HDMI or DVI to HDMI and you should be good to go.
If anyone hasn't noticed yet the new multibeast has the option of using Flaked's speed stepper patch.
I currently still use a HIS ATI 6850 for my primary graphics card. I just took a screenshot of a working system with HD3000 in use.