Posted 25 September 2010 - 06:41 AM
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Posted 23 November 2010 - 01:45 PM
i was thinking of soldering an ON/OFF switch between the power supply and the windows-only video card.
that way when you want to boot into OSX, you can cut the power to the windows card, and when you want to boot into windows, you just leave them both running and use something like this https://www.belkin.c...oduct_Id=530062 so that you don't need to plug the monitor into the other card each time you alternate OS's.
Posted 23 November 2010 - 05:35 PM
Posted 23 September 2011 - 09:23 PM
I have a Gigabyte ex58-ud3r and run OSX and Win7 on separate drives, both use my ATI 4870 and it works fairly flawlessly in OSX. I'm upgrading my GPU to a Nvidia GTX570 and hope to still be able to run OSX well while I transition to primarily Win7 (leaving final cut and going to adobe, win7 has better better cuda options... plus I really like gaming). I'll update when I get the card and try it out.
Posted 29 July 2012 - 10:18 PM
core i3 2100
i have to GPU that i would like to use in my mackintosh, 1. GeForce 210 Zogis 512vram and
2. Geforce GT520 evga 1vram
i got problems using in Mountain Lion and i would like to test if can i use those GPU simultaneously.
what do you advise me?
Posted 20 June 2015 - 12:52 PM
I'm bringing out this topic out of the dust, as it covers kind of the initial title.
I have 2 GPUs in a 2006 MacPro(1,1) (flashed to 2,1) - One Radeon 7970 (for Yosemite) and the original nVidia 7300(for BootScreen).
I want to keep both cards inside the case, so at later stage to move to dual boot solution.
The question is, how I can disable/blacklist the 7300 after OSX has booted? In windows there is the option to disable a hardware device... does something similar exist in OSX?
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