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In Topic: Gtx780 or gtx780ti for second gpu for video editing

20 June 2014 - 01:14 PM

Use the 10.9.1 retail drivers and report back.

Thanks for your reply. But do you mean NVIDIA web-driver or Apple drivers?

I know with the OSX drivers i have black screen so I need Web-drivers to get in OS.

In Topic: Gtx780 or gtx780ti for second gpu for video editing

20 June 2014 - 04:15 AM

Works fine with the web driver. Tested here and works.

I have trouble with two monitors on the 780 ti. I use web driver and running 10.9.3 but only one monitor is active.

Any idea? My rig is a GA-X79-UP4, eVGA GeForce GTX 780 Ti Super Clocked ACX, Intel Core i7 4960X / 3.6 GHz


I can't figure out why not two monitors

Any help would be very very nice!



In Topic: Updating yours AppleHDA

04 March 2014 - 07:32 PM

Thanks, but changing to Clover scares the hell out of me, as does the above method.


Try to make a USB with mavericks and clover and see if you can boot with a minimum of flags.

You'll be surprised how easy it can work!

Then all you have to do is make the settings in clover configurator to boot from your HD.

Or try with a spare disk.

It is not that hard. just follow the letter.

In Topic: Updating yours AppleHDA

04 March 2014 - 04:57 PM

Read this part:



There is simpler way for auto patching of AppleHDA.kext, when you are use clover.

Clover supports custom rc scripts, so you can make your own custom rc script for AppleHDA.kext auto patch.

I attach my custom rc script : '50.custom.local'

Open it using text editor, and moditfy it.

You have to change scripts according to your system sound chip, and where to put needed files for patching.

In my case, my system sound uses ALC 889. 

I make "patch" folder on "DATA" partion, and I put 3 files (Platforms.xml.zlib, layout1.xml.zlib, and info.plist of AppleHDAHardwareConfigDriver.kext) in that folder.

You have to put your '50.custom.local' file in etc/rc.shotdown.d/


If you want to test it patches correctly, just install non patched original AppleHDA.kext using Kext Utility, and reboot.

That's it !

Be shure to check your codec first and download the source files from https://github.com/toleda

And read what they say here.

It works really great!

Updates to 10.9.2 no need to do anything than install the update and reboot twice.



In Topic: Updating yours AppleHDA

21 January 2014 - 10:04 PM

There was another beta update today and I installed as usual and saw in console that AppleHDA was patches again.

I still need to restart to take changes affect but 'till now I'm so happy with this script patch.

This is realy so easy!  :)


Why do I look like the only one being happy about this???

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