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TH3L4UGH1NGM4N

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#2056809 OS X Yosemite DP's builds!

Posted by TH3L4UGH1NGM4N on 30 August 2014 - 10:34 PM

@ccsr Sounds like I can finally dual wield a CUDA card with my AMD ones without PM fear.

#1950248 How to compile 32-bit in Xcode 5 on Mavericks.

Posted by TH3L4UGH1NGM4N on 02 October 2013 - 07:56 PM

Hey Alex, it should be as simple as adding the SDK in first        Then proceeding to selecting your SDK of choice to build against      Lastly to make sure it's universal and you should be good to go because I've tested it on apps that were built for 32 bit already though I haven't tried with a kext I could try it out if it doesn't workout for you.  Of course this depends on how you've coded it because things get depreciated with next generation LLVM compilers and future SDKs so previous coding can make or break a build but I'm certain you know that. 

#1938791 OS X 10.9 DP's builds

Posted by TH3L4UGH1NGM4N on 14 August 2013 - 10:37 AM

Running 3 monitors here and when I restart I don't experience any issues with the screens playing with themselves and changing places. Also resuming the machine from sleep works for me rather quickly, no noticeable delays when waking from sleep.

#1938410 OS X 10.9 DP's builds

Posted by TH3L4UGH1NGM4N on 12 August 2013 - 11:33 AM

@fantomas1 Thank you, at least I know now to not use the handy accescible zoom in this DP

#1935213 New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

Posted by TH3L4UGH1NGM4N on 28 July 2013 - 07:21 PM


#1929809 Auto Layout Worth It?

Posted by TH3L4UGH1NGM4N on 03 July 2013 - 01:53 AM

Genereally speaking from my experience in using auto layout it can either be a grand hit or a great miss in terms of laying out objects within a storyboard.  I do use autolayout in both iPhone and iPad storyboards because they translate the objects correctly on screen at runtime but I've seen cases where objects would be placed in unintended places when I had it on and was only fixed when I turned autolayout off albeit having to correctly place the objects in that view controller in their respective places.  Just remember of course that constraints plays a role when rotating into landscape view.  If you've used autolayout in the iPhone layout then you could follow suit for iPad as well.

#1927943 OS X 10.9 DP's builds

Posted by TH3L4UGH1NGM4N on 26 June 2013 - 02:31 AM

@xmen107 that is present at times with my 6870 at the login screen, thought it was just myself that was experiencing it.

#1927862 Updating to Mavericks DP2

Posted by TH3L4UGH1NGM4N on 25 June 2013 - 09:25 PM

He was a little happy so he accidentally clicked the New Thread button and shared his happiness with us.

#1924891 OS X 10.9 DP's builds

Posted by TH3L4UGH1NGM4N on 17 June 2013 - 01:58 AM

Not sure how many people are into doing software raid setup but just wanted to post back saying the system feels very responsive for a DP1.  Had to manually copy over my information (documents, pictures, etc)  from the Time Machine because whenever trying to restore the account from my 10.8.4, system would be rendered useless because 10.9 would auto log me out for some odd reason I didn't care to look into.  Must say, aside from the snappiness and the much appreciated multi monitor setup advances, the OS on a whole was quite easy to install and get running since my Sapphire 6870 was working OOTB from the install all the way to the desktop with all monitors working.  Just one word of note to make that if your AMD card shows up as either 79xx, 68xx, etc then you will need to properly patch the respective controllers.  I perl patched my card to the Gibba FB so it displayed as 6870 instead of 68xx and there were noticeable improvements in benchmarks once applied...

#1919797 Haswell is HERE now!

Posted by TH3L4UGH1NGM4N on 04 June 2013 - 07:30 PM

To be honest I was not impressed with what I've read about Haswell thus far in terms of improvements. Certainly in my opinion isn't worth the upgrade from SNB or IVB even from my first gen i7 processor either. I personally find it a waste how Intel just opts to waste previous die space on an iGPU every time on the high end i7 processors with 90% of the masses using these CPUs utilize a dedicated GPU. Makes more sense to me in an i3, i5, or i series laptop configuration but when pure performance is needed from a desktop I find the die space spent on the iGPU rather wasteful. In regards to jumping the gun on making a Haswell rig for OS X with no before hand implementation by Apple themselves yet is a recipe for bad things to come. :)

#1913320 [PHOTO] "The Art in Art"

Posted by TH3L4UGH1NGM4N on 07 May 2013 - 03:52 AM

Voted not only because Florida is where my car is insured but also because I have a liking to music and liked your piece of art on it. Good job bro. :)

#1910616 GTX 680 Mac Edition or PC Edition

Posted by TH3L4UGH1NGM4N on 26 April 2013 - 05:13 PM

Wait... didn't I reply to a topic like this earlier this week? http://www.insanelym...80-mac-edition/

#1910455 EVGA GTX 680 Mac Edition

Posted by TH3L4UGH1NGM4N on 25 April 2013 - 10:25 PM

if it's light gaming then the 670 could satiate those needs but on the other half of the question regarding getting the Mac edition, unless you want a more pretty looking shroud at an added premium, I'd probably setting with the Gigabyte so long as the fans aren't sounded like F16 jets tearing across the sky. My 2 cents. :)

#1910100 HackPhone

Posted by TH3L4UGH1NGM4N on 24 April 2013 - 06:32 AM

I see Ichigo went bankai on his first post on IM, congrats. :) On topic though, I wouldn't dare attempt to infringe on Apple's beloved iOS if I were you.

#1910096 Forum inactivity

Posted by TH3L4UGH1NGM4N on 24 April 2013 - 06:23 AM

I must say, as a lurker with just 5 posts to your name as of writing this, you post some very insightful things which I do happen to find true as well in addition, a possible solution to it as well.

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