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What about gtx 970 and 980 compatibility ?



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In place update from 10.9.5 to 10.10. Nice.



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So are signed kext a requirement for Yosemite final release ? I knowbit was required for the beta

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Do you need to upgrade to H3C.1479 or is het possible to stay on 894m if i want to upgrade from 10.9 to osx 10:10?



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@DutchJan 1479 is a better bios  better sound kext for a start



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Hello All

 

I have started to experience a strange issue since upgrading to 10.10 from 10.9.5 I am on 1479 Bios. Since the upgrade hardware monitor intermitantley shows the memory and core clock and temprature of my graphics card. Normally I would not worry about this but I have noticed a few applications cause the card to clock up and stick there. One being transmission, this is a known issue with no workaround so I dont use it much. I have also noticed this with an eyncription program for a kingston USB stick. I am running with stock nvram values, I had 10.10 beta 5 installed on an external hard drive and did not see this issue. I expect a fresh install may sort this out but wanted to check if anyone else has seen behaviour like this or if it is just me. I am sure I have left some detail out but I can provide more if required any ideas would be greatly pareciated

 

Thank you



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well son of a...

 

I'll give it a shot

 

Update:

 

{censored} it worked!

 

Unplugged the fusion drives and tried it with a Mavericks install on a USB3 stick and it. Freaking. Worked.

 

I wonder what it is about my fusion drive that Oz doesn't like? Hopefully a workaround is found or an update fixes it. I really like my fusion drive.

 

Great catch, King. Thanks for hanging in there.

Had the same problem bios H3C.1479 cant handle my fusion drive



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Hi guys,

 

I can't find the (custom) Bios on the Tor network anymore (and the latest bios isn't mirrored in the Wiki). Pointers Anyone?

 

Cheers

 

S.



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Hi guys,

 

I can't find the (custom) Bios on the Tor network anymore (and the latest bios isn't mirrored in the Wiki). Pointers Anyone?

 

Cheers

 

S.

 

You check the wiki on the first post?







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