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ez.online

Member Since 05 Nov 2009
Offline Last Active Feb 19 2010 08:00 PM
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In Topic: 10.6.2 + ga-p55-ud3 + core i5

13 November 2009 - 04:54 AM

Hello,
just wanted to share my thoughts.

I got vanilla 10.6.2 running on my core i5 and gigabyte ga-p55-ud3 boards. It's fully stable. However, the cpu in "about this mac" is still shown as unknown, as are the P55 based sata and usb controllers. Strange, I thought, the new iMac has EXACTLY the same components, it has to, P55 is for now the only chipset working with core i5.

The mystery was solved when I saw first quadcore iMac benchmarks. Mac OS X 10.6.2 (Build 10C2234), not build 10C540 as we all have. So, they have a custom build. We'll probably have to wait until 10.6.3 for full i5/P55 support.

Real iMac benchmarked with Geekbench scores over 6000. The same my i5 on Windows 7, however on 10.6.2 it scores only 4900. Waiting for the release of 10.6.3....


Hello,
just wanted to share my thoughts.

I got vanilla 10.6.2 running on my core i5 and gigabyte ga-p55-ud3 boards. It's fully stable. However, the cpu in "about this mac" is still shown as unknown, as are the P55 based sata and usb controllers. Strange, I thought, the new iMac has EXACTLY the same components, it has to, P55 is for now the only chipset working with core i5.

The mystery was solved when I saw first quadcore iMac benchmarks. Mac OS X 10.6.2 (Build 10C2234), not build 10C540 as we all have. So, they have a custom build. We'll probably have to wait until 10.6.3 for full i5/P55 support.

Real iMac benchmarked with Geekbench scores over 6000. The same my i5 on Windows 7, however on 10.6.2 it scores only 4900. Waiting for the release of 10.6.3....


Wow, I have the same MB and CPU. Please, show me on how you get Snow Leopard installed. Thanking you in advance for your help.

In Topic: Patched mach_kernel 10.6.0 for Atom-based netbooks

12 November 2009 - 06:23 AM

@msimac you didnt remove sleepenabler.kext before putting new kernel. boot with your old kernel and remove sleepenabler.kext, download new 10.6.2 compatible version and install it. then it will all be ok.


I have the same problem. I am new at this. Can you please, show me how to boot with my old kernel and remove sleepenabler.kext and install the new 10.6.2 . Thanks
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