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xllcoreyxll

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I am planning on installing Mountain Lion when it comes out, to get full resolution do I need a DVI cable from my PC to monitor? My specs are below, thanks.


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Gigabyte H61M-USB3-B3
Intel Core i5-2500K
HD3000 graphics
8GB G.Skill Ram
2TB Seagate Hard drive


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You should get correct resolution and qe/ci natively, but i'm not sure. (i know there are some patches for HD3000)

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You should get correct resolution and qe/ci natively, but i'm not sure. (i know there are some patches for HD3000)

Yeah but do you know if I can get full res with a VGA cable? Or I need DVI?

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Of course should work via DVI and maybe via VGA. I found this page. Also, try to search in the OSx86 Project Wiki.

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Yeah but do you know if I can get full res with a VGA cable? Or I need DVI?

My FullHD monitor only have VGA cable, so I'm using a DVI adapter and I have full res and everything (but maybe you'll get a problem with display sleep as it's not working for me).

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My FullHD monitor only have VGA cable, so I'm using a DVI adapter and I have full res and everything (but maybe you'll get a problem with display sleep as it's not working for me).


Maybe sleep does not work because you do not have a DSDT patched.

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Maybe sleep does not work because you do not have a DSDT patched.

Fixing Display-Sleep with DSDT patch? How? I didn't found anything related.

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What motherboard do you have? I can patch it with olarila.com patches.





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