I'm aware that Haswell support is sketchy right now (especially for Asus boards), but that didn't stop me! I went ahead and built a new rig anyways.
The main guts:
- Maximus VI Gene
- Core i7-4670K
- Asus GTX 670
- 16GB RAM
I had no problems creating a 10.9 DP4 installer using myHack and installing to my SSD. The only flag I initially required was "GraphicsEnabler=No" since the GTX 670 is natively supported.
After installation, I ran into two problems. First: I require the use of the USB drive for booting, even after installing myHack to my SSD. I can't boot without using -x.
Secondly: Animations and timers are WAY too fast. The spinning gear at boot up spins at something like 500FPS and many other things like progress bars are also similarly as fast. The timer that appears on the shutdown menu counts down from 60s to 0 in about 12 seconds. It makes inputting characters from my keyboard almost impossible. It's like running at light speed or something. This problem occurs in the installer also, which leads me to believe it's a BIOS or possibly a kext issue.
I tried applying the DP7 update yesterday, though it didn't solve anything. I'm wondering if anyone had a clue what was going on here.