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New version 13F31

 

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I said so yesterday? :P

You found anything new? basically I saw a 5% increase in gfx bench speed and that's it.

New bluetooth stack... oh and my hack comes out of sleep correctly now.



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Yes I see.



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does 13F31 fix the GPU not-clocking-down issue?



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No the power management is still broke stays clocked up :( on my gtx650ti 



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No the power management is still broke stays clocked up :( on my gtx650ti 

i can't believe that it has been so long and apple does not fix this issue! Yosemite beta was the same and now it's fixed.



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it's apple fault that your unsupported graphics isn't working correctly!?!  those bastards!



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If it's anyones fault it's *your* fault for buIlding a hack: Apple only supports and test what hardware they use or will/might be using (considering).

If something is really important to you just buy a real mac; especially if you need it in a work environment.

It's a hobby and you need to be prepared things might not work after an update and you also need some knowledge if you want to fix these things; aka a hobby.

The closer you choose hardware directly used by apple the less trouble you may have; before buying compare chipsets and also using the right smbios might help you a lot.

 

In short: Apple doesn't need and will not fix your problems.



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it's apple fault that your unsupported graphics isn't working correctly!?!  those {censored}!

 

 

If it's anyones fault it's *your* fault for buIlding a hack: Apple only supports and test what hardware they use or will/might be using (considering).

If something is really important to you just buy a real mac; especially if you need it in a work environment.

It's a hobby and you need to be prepared things might not work after an update and you also need some knowledge if you want to fix these things; aka a hobby.

The closer you choose hardware directly used by apple the less trouble you may have; before buying compare chipsets and also using the right smbios might help you a lot.

 

In short: Apple doesn't need and will not fix your problems.

Is this in reply to what I said? Remember, this is an issue that affects real macs so your theory that if you buy a new mac it will be different doesn't hold water. It is an Nvidia driver issue, I have a GPU that is used by Apple in their macs.



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If you didn't get it, it wasn't aimed at anyone specifically hence the *your*.

 

But not all macs with nvidia chipsets suffer from it and to make you happy; it's solved in yosemite.

For me it simply works on both the hack and mbp + mac pro so I'm not sure what it's related to, maybe specific configurations.



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exactly.. even if you have the same PC equivalent its still not a mac product and not going to function exactly like it should with a mac. besides the hackint0sh part there are many people that will buy a PC card to go into old macpros that have the same experiences as us with graphics support.

 

lets not forget that macs gfx power management is also a joke on real macs :P 



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But not all macs with nvidia chipsets suffer from it and to make you happy; it's solved in yosemite.

 

 

Perfect news, actually. I don't particularly need 10.9.x and will be happy to switch to Yosemite final when it is, imminently I think, announced.

 

Thanks for that bit of information.



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This issue is fixed with the Nvidia web driver. Sadly it is not available in betas. This is the last time I install a beta on my stable hack. I have a mac mini but that doesn't suffer from the graphics PM issue as it uses Intel HD 3000. It was ok in ML, it all started in Mavericks. It's not a big issue, a reboot will fix it but if you use preview to open a photo or some 3D games that use OpenCL the Framework crashes and PM goes out of the window, only another reboot will fix it. 



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Please don't use the its a hackintosh rubbish. I used to think that but my brother loves macs and has got an iMac with a nvidia 650 card in it and is does everything that my hackintosh does. so what next?.

I ant been funny with your reply i used to think it was cos mine isn't real. But its not true everything that happens to me happens to him on is iMac and mac pro :)



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10.9.5 final 13F34 is just released :)

Nothing noteworthy after a quick look except they fixed a bug I had with the preview app which was still there in the last dev build.







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