If anyone knows how to enable AGPM on GTX660 (non-Ti) please reply. The old standby Info.plist edit no longer works under Mavericks.
P67A-GD55(B3) - 100% 10.9.4MSI Mavericks Mountain Lion
Posted 04 March 2014 - 08:35 AM
Posted 17 March 2014 - 04:06 AM
UPDATE: I have discovered that Sleep/Wake is not working well at all. Sometimes it wakes, other times it just sits there like a lump of dough (machine wakes, screen doesn't). This is a serious issue, combined with no working AGPM for my GTX 660, I may have to downgrade back to 10.8.5 Mountain Lion.
NOTE: This info was originally for a 10.8.5 install, which WAS 100% working. Now just need to discover if there is an EASY way of downgrading.
Posted 17 March 2014 - 04:45 AM
UPDATE: Found out that darkwake=10 can solve the issue. If this doesn't work, I may try without darkwake altogether.
It may also be the AppleHPET.kext, so may try without that as a test if the above does not work.
Posted 18 March 2014 - 06:55 AM
Nope, sleep only ever works ONCE, and even then, the monitor may or may not wake up
I'll just use it without sleep, on a random basis.
Posted 07 May 2014 - 02:17 AM
UPDATE: Fully updated to latest 10.9.2 and all software + security update installed and updated. Working perfectly except sleep and AGPM.
I now have an HP XW6600 Workstation, and Shutdown, Restart and Sleep/Wake all work perfectly. I need to find a working ethernet kext that doesn't panic the computer in 64bit mode tho.
Strangely enough, the networking seemed to work on the first boot?!
Posted 08 May 2014 - 04:26 AM
NOTE: Still not 100% dues to no sleep/wake and no graphics card power management...
Posted 12 May 2014 - 06:51 AM
Sleep is now working... tested for 2 days, perfect. Using edited DSDT and USBBusFix=Yes.
Posted 13 May 2014 - 02:06 AM
It appears I do not need the edited DSDT file at all, just USBBusFix. It couldn't have been THAT EASY???
PS. AGPM working too, as long as I don't use OpenGL (getting stuck at default full speed - non-turbo)
Posted 24 May 2014 - 03:17 AM
OS upgraded to 10.9.4 -- NVIDIA Web driver upgrade
and CUDA upgrades installed. nvda_drv=1 kernel flag.
It looks like Sleep is working perfectly,
and restart/shutdown times have been cut down drastically (not due to the OS upgrade). Shutdown used to take about 10 seconds, and restart took 20 seconds, leading me to shutdown and then hit the start button instead of using Restart !!!
Now, restart takes about 5 seconds, and shutdown is about the same - it varies with restart tho. Sometimes 5 seconds, sometimes up to 10 seconds, but a drastic improvement over previous times.
I have native IntelCPUPowerManagement with a patched UEFI BIOS.
It appears that AGPM has not stuck on full speed since updating NVIDIA/CUDA drivers and switching to iMac 12,2 SMBIOS. This is without any kext edits whatsoever!
This is the CLOSEST I have ever got to a perfectly functioning Hackintosh... perfectly functioning = real Mac. The only issues I have is really poor performance in latest Dolphin emulator... doesn't crank graphics to full speed. Audio crackling. I might try some older builds and see if they work better. The creators are working to fix Dolphin
I had some audio dropout issues (needed to manually unload/reload AppleHDA.kext and kill coreaudiod) recently, but they seem to have disappeared since upgrading to 10.9.3 and repatching using MultBST.
So to summarise:
QI/CE/QE working perfectly with GTX660 2GB
Full AICPUPM - Core-i5 2500 -> 1.6GHz to 3.7GHz turbo
Full AGPM - 324/650MHz to 1112/6100MHz Turbo
CUDA - 1260 GFlops
iCloud/App Store/iTunes Store all working
Ethernet - Perfect
Sound - Patched AppleHDA ALC892 working well via Digital Optical Out.
SATA2/3 - Intel ICH6 SATA detected, working perfectly.
Monitor Colour Calibration - Working
USB2.0/3.0 working fine and across sleep
Restart/Shutdown - fine,
and faster now.
UseKernelCache=Yes working - good startup times (Only works for certain SMBIOS.plist combinations)
Chimera 3.0.x bootloader successfully dual-booting Mac OS X and Win7 Ultimate 64bit.
PS. I'm not sure that I even require DSDT, only edits were DTGP, EHCI Ownership Fix and IRQ Fix. Also, it compiled with many errors, so dunno whether I should be using it. I would love to add a working HDEF section, and HDAU section to get sound working without HDAEnabler1.kext, and also edit PCI0/PEG to allow NVIDIDA HDMI audio.
Posted 29 May 2014 - 06:58 AM
UPDATE: Now using iMac 13,2 SMBIOS. AGPM hasn't got stuck yet. No other noticeable difference. The AGPM frequencies seem a bit different, but full speed and turbo are correct. (GTX660).
Posted 11 July 2014 - 06:22 PM
Nice job. I have the same mainboard, and Im planning to install Mavericks. Do you plan to do a guide, or what do you recommend me to follow?
Posted 11 July 2014 - 11:19 PM
Let me know when you are ready, and I'll help you out. I used MyH*ck to create the boot USB, and then spent nearly a year getting everything working the way I wanted.
I'll gladly provide my compressed Extra folder, along with necessary kexts (for native AppleHDA audio, and networking etc.)
Let me know when you are ready.
PS. My mainboard has no video, I assume yours is the same, so you will need a supported graphics card, preferably NVIDIA.
I have upgraded to 10.9.4. See my previous post above, edited to show some new items. NVIDIA Web Drivers updated, CUDA updated (but still showing it needs an update?).
Chimera updated to 3.0.x
Fast reboot/shutdowns are back to slow again
Everything else is going fine.
PS. Not using NVIDIA drivers at the moment due to getting sick of seeing the CUDA prefs panel every startup
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Posted 14 July 2014 - 06:02 PM
Now I am reading about the process to beginning the install. Any questions i'll post here.
For your information, my system configuration has:
- Mobo: p67a-gd55b3
-CPU: i5 2500
-Ram: 4GB ddr3
-HDD: 500gb SATA 3
Posted 15 July 2014 - 02:18 AM
Nice setup you have there. You could do with some more RAM tho.
I look forward to your questions.
PS. I have switched back to iMac13,2 SMBIOS.plist -- no different than before, but the kernel cache rebuilds properly again, and reboots/shutdowns are twice as fast (slow) as before
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