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In Topic: ALC892 Audio Poor and low in Yosemite

25 March 2015 - 05:52 AM

I just purchased FX 8350, Asrock 970-Extreme3 R2, my Gigabyte died in the ass and sold my processor, I'm going to take it for a run. Don't use VoodooHDA as it's always poor. Go get yourself a patched AppleHDA for Yosemite for the ALC892 chipset or it's quite easy to patch one up for yourself if you read into it.


A good start would be:


In Topic: [New!] Linux Distributions Poll

20 March 2015 - 09:31 PM

Arch my number one :) pref.

I don't think qt5 will be fully integrated for quite some time. Hopefully people don't expect it to be quick because qt5 talk has been going on for donky years.

In Topic: OS X apps run on Linux with Wine-like emulator for Mac software

20 March 2015 - 09:26 PM

open source linux projects like this take so long it's not funny, look at how long qt5 took and still many platforms are not fully integrating it as many apps are still based off older qt libs. I do not really see this taking off, even wine under linux ain't the greatest. If you want to run the apps with power, stability and ease just run them on the the real platform or vm platform.

In Topic: arch linux- a short guide to it great work. A rolling release linux

20 March 2015 - 08:42 PM

I'm a long time Arch user, used to use vanilla Arch but have converted to Manjaro in the past for my work machine. Manjaro is awesome actually. Very easy to install. Pure Arch base with Manjaro tweaks on top.

Difference between Arch and Manjaro is that Arch pushes bleeding edge updates and Manjaro holds back on Arch's bleeding edge updates for a little while longer till they are redeemed stable enough to push. Still bleeding edge but with a stable enough touch to it. I really love using Arch actually one of my best linux platforms.

In Topic: Ozmosis

15 February 2015 - 05:02 AM

I patched the BIOS and flashed it successfully, however after i installed OSX.. this happened, it was working fine, for around 5 hours before i install OSX, had about 10 restarts ect.

computer freezes at bios screen, is there anyway to fix this, or is this a brick? doesn't bother me, as i have a spare motherboard, it freezes a few seconds into the bios screen.

It also used to happen when i mod F15 bios with ozmosis. If i turn bios logo screen off it would freeze entering bios, if i left it on then it worked.

pps if it is bricked somehow(dunno how thats possible since it flashed properly and even booted into windows) can i reprogram the chip with a ordinary pic programmer? i don't care if it is bricked i have two computers, i can always reprogram it when i get around to it, it randomly stopped working after installing OSX with Clover after that point. wouldn't get passed the ASUS screen.


Most mobo's have dual bioses, not sure with yours though, maybe you can enter ezflash using hotkey before bios freezes? so i doubt you bricked it, how did you install ozmosis inside your bios, what did you remove, what did you compress. So many things could lead your bios into freezing after modding it. If bios modding don't work clover is always good.

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