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It really is a perfect test bed to recreate issues on. I hope they make a Haswell MB in this forum factor this summer.
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Say nothing about FakeSMC?
If it still needed then how can you say "compatible with OSX"?
For me HackOSX can be installed on most computers.
If I were a motherboard manufacturer, I would go out of my way to make sure all my hardware is compatible with OS X, that way you would make some extra sales from the people wanting to build hackintoshes. Not sure if thats how companies think but that would be cool.
chimera that fixed iMessages also now introduced some sleep issues on an otherwise 100% kosher machine.
The latest chimera that fixed iMessages also now introduced some sleep issues on an otherwise 100% kosher machine.
You do know that chimera is stolen and is just rebranded Chameleon Bootloader right?
I wouldn't go that far, regardless of my thoughts about Voldemort and his Horcruxes: Chimera is a legitimate (registered) branch of Chameleon, despite its contributions to the main trunk being minimal (some graphics card IDs or so).
I am one of the motherboard developers(ACPI and UEFI customizations).so few inputs from me:
- This board will require minimal (to none on future) user input for OS (X) boot, AOS stands for ALL OS, so is not just a board for hackint0sh, we are developing it for Windows and Linux too.
- It will feature built in UEFI Open Boot Loader and as a future plan built in Chameleon for legacy boot, more info and details later.
- Built in components: Intel 82574L LAN, Intel USB 3.0, TI FW800 2x ports on board and x1 FW400 on back, HD4000 Graphics(require CPU support), ALC892 Audio Codec, and 2x Cactus Ridge Thunderbolt ports all this in Micro ATX form factor.
- All built in components works OOTB with our custom firmware(exception is audio).
so, which are the main differences w.r.t. a plain Gigabyte motherboard? many gigabyte motherboards require minimal effort to be used with OSX
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