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brings AMD HD 7xxx support !

ATI7000Controller.kext
AMDRadeonX4000GLDriver.bundle



any test ?

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Is it in the app store?

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someone said he succeeded. That's all he has offered up till now.

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Is it in the app store?


yes, but installing the release must be done through a new OS X Software Update Seed Configuration Utility, which is a separate download available to developers.

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yes, but installing the release must be done through a new OS X Software Update Seed Configuration Utility, which is a separate download available to developers.

Once you have the update.dmg, you should also be able to install it.

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Installed fine, but no AMD 7000 to test...
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Two questions:

1) Any other feature worthing upgrade, aside the 7xxx drivers?

2) Will the update overwrite my patched kexts, like AppleHDA? How to avoid that, if it's the case?

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2. just backup the patched kext, install the update, replace the kext,rebuild cache, restart.

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Anyone knows if their are newer nVidia drivers included?

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nVida kexts (ver. 8.10.18 304.10.65a13) are included.

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with rollback from Mountain Lion 10.8/10.8.2 similar KP. someone has an idea?

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@spakk

I use Clover boot loader, and at first my system rebooted automatically with -v flag.
When I selected the <skip caches> option, it worked well.


So, how about deleting all caches, or booting with flag -f if you are with chameleon boot loader?

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Install kozlec's FakeSMC.

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Installed fine, but no AMD 7000 to test...
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Still waiting for the final version. I downloaded the beta and checked it out. Did not install it.
BTW, the ATI7000 kext's info plist file is different from other ATIX000 kexts.

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Can someone dump the framebuffers via:

http://www.insanelym...radeon-hd45xxx/

Then post the output for the new ATI7000Controller.kext thanks.

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10.8.3 patch installed and rebooted with no problems, save to restore my patched audio kext and download a Cuda driver to go with the nvidia kexts. I ran Heaven 3 and the score is up a tad from 10.8.2, ie 1526 vs 1507, and vs 1563 on Win8.

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its my development can be found in the usual place (kexts,acpi patch,etc.)

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10.8.3 patch installed and rebooted with no problems, save to restore my patched audio kext and download a Cuda driver to go with the nvidia kexts. I ran Heaven 3 and the score is up a tad from 10.8.2, ie 1526 vs 1507.

I would say that speed diff (around 1%) is within measurement failure.

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Can someone dump the framebuffers via:

http://www.insanelym...radeon-hd45xxx/

Then post the output for the new ATI7000Controller.kext thanks.



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Hi there!
I have an AMD 7970 and I've been waiting ages for apple to support it (I thought it wouldn't take them that long haha)
I installed 10.8.2 following the vanilla guide available in the Genius Bar and I was able to boot using GraphicsEnabler=NO.

After that I proceeded to install the 10.8.3 update and unless I boot in safe mode (-x) I get a white screen after the Apple logo. If i unplug and plug my monitor to the Mini Display Port of my graphics card I see the typical blue screen that appears when you change your resolution in OS X for a second and then back to the white screen. The mouse appears and by its size you can see it's using the highest resolution available.

Any ideas?

Thank you in advance!!!





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