Works. GA-X79-UD5 is update to Mavericks from OSX 10.8.4
1. After the install, got a kernel panic after the install and reboot.
Boot into safe mode -x in Chimera boot screen.
2. Navigate to /System/Library/Extensions/FakeSMC.kext/Contents/Plugins/ and delete OEMsmbios.kext. Then rebot.
3. boot with usb
got no internet conections
4. install MultiBeast 6.0. I install (Drivers, Network) Intel - hnak´s AppleIntelE1000e and (Bootloaders) Chimera v2.2.1.
Great as always. I'm loving Tony's job, as always. Downloaded it today and running Mavericks now. I have installed it on top of Mountain Lion 10.8.4 on my ASUS X53E desktop. Few notes:
1) I needed to install WoodooHDA 2.8.4 manually from installation package after I run MultiBeast. Version which came along with MultiBeast wouldn't be installed correctly. I got messages telling about it during MultiBeast run. I ignored them and after MultiBeast completed install I rebooted PC and then installed WooDooHDA from the original package. And checked folder permissions, just to make sure.
2) If you are using Parallels 8 - BE AWARE - it is incompatible with Mavericks - you'll need upgrade to Parallels 9. It's Parallels issue, not Tony's. You are warned.
3) After installation of Mavericks I did housekeeping: cleaned caches and checked folders permissions.
Article: UniBeast: Install OS X Mavericks on Any Supported Intel-based PC
Upgrade of my GA-Z77X-UD5H/i5 3570k computer from ML 10.8.5 to Maverick went smooth following the guide. Just one note, I chose Drivers > Misc > FakeSMC v5.3.820 HW Monitor Application in MultiBeast. After installation HW Monitor didn't work well, only the SSD/HDD temperatures were shown, nothing else. Then I chose 'Check for update' in HW Monitor. The package HWSensors.5.3.901.pkg was downloaded and installed automatically. Now it works perfectly! Maybe the version of HW Monitor should be updated in MultiBeast 6.0?