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28 September 2012 - 01:31 AM


Intel 3930K; cannot boot multiple cores

23 April 2012 - 01:08 AM

Hi hopefully someone knows how to fix this....

I'm running a 3930K @ 4.2GHz 24/7 OC stable, with the ASRock X79 Extreme4, I've got full graphics (2 470s) working 100%, audio, ethernet, firewire, esata, etc for all intents and purposes a fully functioning hack except for nativepowermanagement (like everyone else wth sandy bridge e) and for some odd reason I can't boot successfully with more than one core active, or HT for that matter.

So, is there anyone else that's had this issue and knows how to resolve it? Because all I can do right now is boot with only one core enabled in the BIOS, the cpus=1 flag doesn't work, I have to literally disable all other cores to run OS X. (10.7.3)

Performance question

28 March 2012 - 10:02 AM

Just a quick question for those who've been hacking w/th the Fermi chips. Getting back into the scene and wanted to know where I stand perf. wise. I'll be using Adobe CS, Autocad, etc... doing transcoding, rendering, etc... regarding that where do I stand for the best desktop graphics solution? I'm not interested in workstation gpus, just the desktop chip out there with the best track record for perf. (in hackintosh comm.) If that's an ATI gpu, by all means throw that info out there too. In short what's the best in terms of native support (or closest too), etc... price isn't an object here.
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