- Oct 20, 2012
- Asus X299 Prime Deluxe
- GTX 1080 Ti
Great find B-San, I noticed a few glitches after 1.8.3 on mavericks seems ok.
I tried voodoo on Mountain Lion, yet I found that the sound quality wasn't great, so I use the thunderbolt speakers or the usb->amplifier for sound.
I will have a go at the current version of voodoo, although I prefer to keep it simple(software wise) and stable.
More Voodoo users:
p.s. Next year I will probably get a 7870 XT or a 7950 now that adobe is supporting OpenCL , also curious about intel releasing a competitive price for a PCIe after december's mac pro release, Asus had one but wasn't released.
Thanks for your reply, nfilg!
I was able to load the Voodoo VT2021 driver via multibeast and have it working with Mavericks..
The only problem was a KP upon reboot.. after booting into safe mode, repairing disk permissions all has been well!
I believe the KP may have been due to my forgetting to repair disk permissions before installing the Voodoo driver.. also in hindsight, I would repaired disk permissions after install and before reboot as well..
I haven't gotten too deep into testing yet, but the audio quality appears to be the same as another build I did with a Z77N WiFi (realtek audio).
..also I'm the same as you; I try to load as little drivers as possible.. for my audio builds, I actually prefer to load no audio driver at all - as I would be using an audio interface for those duties...
Thank you for the other information and link as well!
My last step I would like to accomplish is getting HDMI audio to work on my GTX570.. the following thread is the closest I could find that may hold a solution:
Hopefully you may have time to check it out, but either way - I look forward to your thoughts!