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6770M ATi dv6

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phnsk81

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Hi all,
is it possible to make it work the ATi HD6770m on my laptop?
i know 6779m is the successor of the HD 5770, Usually, the chip is clocked at 725 MHz but in the MacBook Pro 15 Late 2011 e.g. it is clocked only with 675 MHz if that could help.
can anyone help me on this issue.
thanks in advance

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<Bump> I'm also looking to get mine working. Looks like appleworm got his detected but not fully working:
http://www.insanelym...howtopic=262320

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<Bump> I'm also looking to get mine working. Looks like appleworm got his detected but not fully working:
http://www.insanelym...howtopic=262320


hi, yes mine is also detected but not working.

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Hey fluxo! looks like we have the same lappy! Could you please explain to me how you installed it?!

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UPDATE-WORKING:

A guy got his 6700M working. He has switchable graphics -> ATI 6700M + Intel HD 3000.
He gut it working by editing the EDID.( told me I have to tell the display wich Card it should use )

But I lost kontact with him, maybe you guys have an idea how he did it.
Just found this link -> http://www.insanelym...howtopic=281412





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