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just a taste. more photos to come
ok just downsized pics. what i did made a mountain lion in snow leopard as you have the choose to a you boot loader to your usb stick
in usb extras folder put. fake smc kext voodooTSsync kext null power management kext Ahci extended injector kext
bootloader i used chamelion 2069 setting in chamelion were.
BOOTLOADER STANDERD
ETHERNET BUILT IN =YES
KERNEL FLAGS npci=0x2000
THEMES Standard
booted into usb install with -v cpus=1
on restart boot -v cpus=1
then add bootloader to install and kext with kext wizzard

Just a bit of info about my build
Case:Silverstone TJ07. modified (cut out front panal custom made front mesh fitted 240mm EK Rad fitted with two synth slimline 120mm fans cut out base plate custom cutouts on motherboard tray
for cable management. made mountings for thermochill 240mm in the base of case new powder coated backplate. sanded down and polished power button moved to singel drive bay with audio and
4 usb ports. paint work by me 6 coats rubbed down and polished
COOLING: Cpu EK Supreme Chipset blocks from Koolance 680GTX Graphics card block by EK 150mm phyba res D5 Swifttec pump compresion fittings 19mm o/d white tubing

LATEST GEEK BENCH SCORE
http://browser.prima...kbench2/1324763

NEW BENCKMARK SCORES 28/12/12

http-::browser.primatelabs.com:geekbench2:1460670

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Awesome! Geekbench it! :)

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Section
Description
Score
Geekbench Score
Integer
Processor integer performance
19176
21159
Floating Point
Processor floating point performance
33979
Memory
Memory performance
7819
Stream
Memory bandwidth performance
9917
Geekbench 2.3.4 for Mac OS X x86 (64-bit)
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there you go

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Well, nice job. This one has my vote. Guys, anyone reading this please take note, if you like a machine YOU NEED TO SAY - YOU GOT MY VOTE! :wink2: It's great to say the words - "awesome" "great job" "fantastic build" - but if you don't say - YOU GOT MY VOTE - I can't count that as a vote. Please vote... Thanks... :)

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19,000 with no overclock, got my vote!

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it is overclocked to 4.5 about 15600. at 3.2

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I like your honesty Baldy... :)

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Really nice build. I know that there is a lot of sweat equity in this build as the whole painting process is laborious for a nice paint job. A good job is much more than just a couple of spray cans of paint. The water cooling and custom panel work a definite plus! Clean lines and the custom work only adds to the MOD. Very well done. YOU GET MY VOTE! :thumbsup_anim:

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Punk nugget, i know that here's not the place, but do you think consumer grade setups like mine can also benefit from underclocking? Or it's only for Xeons with ECC memory? If it's possible for consumer CPUs, where do i find a good tutorial on underclocking?

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Really nice build. I know that there is a lot of sweat equity in this build as the whole painting process is laborious for a nice paint job. A good job is much more than just a couple of spray cans of paint. The water cooling and custom panel work a definite plus! Clean lines and the custom work only adds to the MOD. Very well done. YOU GET MY VOTE! :thumbsup_anim:


Thank you... :)

Punk nugget, i know that here's not the place, but do you think consumer grade setups like mine can also benefit from underclocking? Or it's only for Xeons with ECC memory? If it's possible for consumer CPUs, where do i find a good tutorial on underclocking?


You can find it here:

http://forums.macrum...d.php?t=1333421

Please read through that link thoroughly twice over before you take the step into the UC'ing world. Hope that helps, later... B)

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Ethernet Built in is not needed with Intel NIC. :)

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Does it work oob, Rampage?

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Does it work oob, Rampage?


Not the NIC but with the Intel Ethernet kext from hnak App Store, iCloud, and FaceTime work (As long as you have a SMBIOS installed). I have done extensive testing with X79 motherboards and I know that with that kext EthernetBuiltin=Yes is not need. Just for fun I do have the DSDT patch in my DSDT but that is just there for testing purposes.

I hope this user is using my DSDT from my Asus DMG.





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