[Updated] wildwillow's Haswell Build: GA-Z87X-OC - i7-4770K - HD4600+GT 640

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  1. wildwillow

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    Mar 7, 2017 at 7:54 PM #1141
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    You'd probably get a better answer posting this question in the Audio Forum. Does audio work when you select another output after yanking out your headphones? I'm using optical out and only have BT headphones
    I've not checked the logs since the new console is something I've not looked at much, good thing is that the logs are not not causing trouble for you system performance.
    I use this system for PS and FCPX and I can't complain about the performance. It is certainly stable. You can install your SSDT for power management since this will make your system perform at its best. It is inf act Intel Power gadget that is is reporting the incorrect frequencies with Haswell CPU's.

    SLI isn't part of the the OS X/macOS ecosystem but dual cards do perform better in Mac from what I've read. I have no experience with this so If you choose to take this route I'd like to hear it.

    You're welcome jothu010.
     
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    Apr 10, 2017 at 9:26 AM #1142
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    Hi, my GPU died (after my cat pissed on my build). I'm considering to get a newer/better GPU like the GeForce GTX 1060.
    But I'm not sure if that would fit/work. Can someone help?
     
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    Apr 10, 2017 at 5:32 PM #1143
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    I'd get a better/newer cat :)

    The 10 series GPU's should be working soon as nVidia have stated that drivers will be released for them, probably this week.
     
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    Apr 11, 2017 at 9:24 AM #1144
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    There are plenty of reports of the Pascal cards working, these are including the 1060 so the only thing you would have to do is check your case dimensions in regards to graphics length but considering your 760 is 300m and a 1060 is around 180mm you should be good to go. You'll require the Pascal based web drivers.

    The drivers are now available. Robert De Niro trained Jinx to use the toilet in 'Meet The Parents', problem solved!
     
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    Apr 11, 2017 at 9:27 AM #1145
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    Hehe thanks, yes maybe I should consider getting a better cat too ;) Okay so driver/software like it would work, what about the physical size of theses cards, does anyone have experience with the corsair case? I heard from a college that the 10 series cards can be very big.
     
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    Apr 11, 2017 at 11:37 AM #1146
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    Check this. Small enough ?
     
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    Apr 11, 2017 at 6:18 PM #1147
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    This looks perfect. I read that I would have to update or change the BIOS driver? Do I have to look for some specific version matching the build?
     
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    Apr 11, 2017 at 7:29 PM #1148
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    Do a search to see what models others are using. We only got the drivers 24 hours ago. It is all very new.
     
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    Apr 12, 2017 at 4:06 PM #1149
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    I am having audio and wifi issues with my hackintosh. I have read some fixes but I must not be following them right or I have other problems. The problems came when I updated to Sierra. I am unable to use MultiBeast to install the ALC982 or Intel network, I get "The installation failed....check the Multibeast.log". I am on Clover Configurator 4.32.0 and Clover revision 3766 Any information would be helpful, thank you. EDIT: an update to clover revision 4049 fixed my wifi but I still get the error for the audio driver install. Thank you.

    The log...
    04/12/17 11:00:34 - Starting MultiBeast 9.0.1-20161010
    04/12/17 11:02:36 - Mounting EFI
    04/12/17 11:02:36 - Installing 'Drivers > Audio > Realtek ALCxxx > ALC892'
    04/12/17 11:02:56 - Install of '/private/var/folders/yz/kx1g61wx5f7gmlfcjc9gdt840000gn/T/AppTranslocation/3B32CCF6-DB2F-471B-B838-092C5D01B1B8/d/MultiBeast.app/Contents/Resources/Clover-ALC892.pkg' failed.
    'installer: Package name is Clover ALC892
    installer: Upgrading at base path /
    installer: The upgrade failed (The Installer encountered an error that caused the installation to fail. Contact the software manufacturer for assistance.)
    '. Exiting.


    SOLVED
    1 I was able to manually fix this by going here https://github.com/vit9696/AppleALC/releases/tag/1.1.1 and downloading the latest release of release.zip

    2 Using Clover configurator - mount EFI - Check partition - making sure which partition had my proper EFI load on it (my ssd/OS drive which happened to be disk0s1)

    3 Using EFI Mounter v3 https://www.tonymacx86.com/resources/efi-mounter-v3.280/ to mount disk0s1

    4 Manually pasting/dragging the AppleALC.kext from the recent release in step 1 to the newly mounted EFI folder of EFI-Clover-kexts-Other

    5 restart
     
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    Apr 20, 2017 at 3:21 PM #1150
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    Hey, thanks alot. What do I have to do after the physical installion of the new card? Rerun Multibeast or just install the nvidia drivers?
     

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