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Sorry I was referring to my GTX 670. I haven't had a chance to try HD4600 yet.

 

Strange

 

Could be a configuration issue on my side then.

 

I guess I gotta go lookin...



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Bus ratio problem here on a Gigabyte Z87X-UD3H. So close to having this working...

 

Any thoughts on the bus ratio / fast timer tick problem?

 

So far it looks like I've got some functional power management (sleep works), USB 3.0, Intel SATA 6gbps/AHCI, and Geforce GTX 670 support. Going to try messing around with audio and network. 

 

I have networking using a Marvell 88E8053 1x card but I'm holding out on an updated AppleIntelE1000E.kext for the i217V chipset. From the looks of the ifixit teardown, Apple is using a broadcom 5700 chipset on the new MBA. No luck for a native i217V driver yet.

Hello GasPimp,

 

I installed Maverick 10.9 Preview on my Gigabyte Z87-D3HP 1-7 Haswell CPU.

 

But I can't boot to desktop, in verbose mode it hangs/stops at IOBluetoothHCIController:: setConfigState]calling register service.

 

Can you let me know how you set your ups, including BIOS settings?

 

It's on my SSD, I just can't boot up to desktop.

 

Thanks,

 

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BIOS settings are set right yet I cannot boot without -x using RevoBoot.

 

Guess I will have to wait for a Chameleon or Clover solution



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BIOS settings are set right yet I cannot boot without -x using RevoBoot.

 

Guess I will have to wait for a Chameleon or Clover solution

I am pretty sure that this is related to AppleIntelHD5000Graphics.kext and friends. Had the same problem when I tried to boot with the iGPU only. No longer an issue since my HD 46000 works (full resolution using AAPL,ig-platform-id 0x0c26000). No discrete GPU installed here.



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I am pretty sure that this is related to AppleIntelHD5000Graphics.kext and friends. Had the same problem when I tried to boot with the iGPU only. No longer an issue since my HD 46000 works (full resolution using AAPL,ig-platform-id 0x0c26000). No discrete GPU installed here.

 I shall test this



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 I shall test this

Nope, no change



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But I can't boot to desktop, in verbose mode it hangs/stops at IOBluetoothHCIController:: setConfigState]calling register service.

I had a similar problem, since I never intend on connecting anything to my computer via bluetooth I just deleted all the bluetooth kexts for the time being (after backing them up).



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I had a similar problem, since I never intend on connecting anything to my computer via bluetooth I just deleted all the bluetooth kexts for the time being (after backing them up).

it's probably your discrete graphics setup , using revoboot i only need to insert my device efi strings 

then voila it works!



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it's probably your discrete graphics setup , using revoboot i only need to insert my device efi strings 

then voila it works!

 

EFI strings?

 

FFS why didnt I think of that?

 

Probably because of the last time I used them for graphics was back in 2008

 

We also have the same exact card (the 660)! What is your EFI string?



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LOL

 

I had VT-d enabled XD

 

That was my bad.

 

Graphics are good. Working on getting RevoBoot up with the proper args.

 

I still would like that EFI string, though



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there's an instruction as to generate your device own efi string ( saw it on revoboot thread) you might want to try it yourself 

since i am not at home right now 



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NEVERMIND

 

WORKING GOOD NOW

 

Thanks for all your help



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congrats mate! good to hear that 

 

is there any other issue left? 

 



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congrats mate! good to hear that 

 

is there any other issue left? 

 

None at all

 

VoodooHDA works like a charm for my audio. That was the last thing I needed.



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I thought the timer still looked off so I pulled out my iPhone and use the clock app. Either I am high as {censored} or the timer seems to skip a second every minute.



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Hey Guys I got my Mavericks 10.9 installed on this Gigabyte Z87-D3HP Haswell I-7 MOBO. Its shows 16GB 1333Mhz DDR3, 4.3 GHZ Quad-Core Intel Xeon.

 

Can you guys tell me what Kexts I need for Internet and graphics and Audio sound for this motherboard?

 

All I had to do was enter -x to get in.

 

Thanks for your help.

 

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My DVD does not mount and USB ports are not working, with the exception of the EFI USB installer. Maverick see's that, but when I plug in a regular storage USB, its does not see it.

 

My clock runs real fast.

 

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My DVD does not mount and USB ports are not working, with the exception of the EFI USB installer. Maverick see's that, but when I plug in a regular storage USB, its does not see it.

 

My clock runs real fast.

 

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You need to switch to RevoBoot instead of Chameleon. Look up my previous post in this this thread with a boot.zip attachment.



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I am pretty sure that this is related to AppleIntelHD5000Graphics.kext and friends. Had the same problem when I tried to boot with the iGPU only. No longer an issue since my HD 46000 works (full resolution using AAPL,ig-platform-id 0x0c26000). No discrete GPU installed here.

So the 4600 is supported by Mavericks out of the box? Would a Thunderbolt Display theoretically work if you have a motherboard with Thunderbolt?



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I'm really enjoying Mavericks and Haswell, but I have encountered one minor annoyance. Occasionally when I boot up (let's say, 40% of the time), both of my network interfaces remain in the "Not connected" state. I have to mark them as inactive and then active to bring them up, regardless of whether using DHCP or Static IP. The other 60% of the time, they work just fine and require no manual intervention. Has anyone encountered anything similar? One of the cards is a DLink PCIe 1x card with a Marvell 88E8053 chipset and the other is a Myricom PCIe 4x 10G Fiber card. Both have natively supported OS X drivers, and neither exhibited this issue in Mountain Lion. 







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