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  1. Try making your settings just like this: http://www.tonymacx86.com/alternate-bootloaders/102701-cant-boot-clover-uefi-asus-p8z77-m-pro-2.html#post661265 Also, try a few versions back on clover if those setting do not fix it. Those exact settings work on my z87 deluxe
  2. I fixed the ACPI error. Make sure you have NO DSDT patches in clover. Disable all of them and select DropOEMDSDT Also, you shouldn't need a DSDT at all
  3. GTX 780 Ti

    Looks like the 780 Ti is unsupported for now. I think I'll have to wait for the next update to Mavericks and hope it has an updated Nvidia driver.
  4. Tried injecting a fake id of the 780 (using clover) and that doesn't work
  5. The built-in drivers seemed to work well for my 780 (non-Ti), but do not work for the Ti.
  6. GTX 780 Ti

    I should note that I used device id 0x100410de which I believe belongs to the GTX 780. My GTX 780 (I sent it back) worked fine with Mavericks.
  7. I must be running into some unique issue, I can't find much about it anywhere.
  8. What setting do you think I should change in the bios? It seems like a video card compatibility issue, unless you think it has something to do with my onboard graphics I'm not using.
  9. Thanks for the suggestion. I'm using clover though, and I already have inject graphics unchecked.
  10. I'll have to get it out of Linux. I swapped my card out with a 780 Ti and I can't get OS X to work. I've tried using clover to inject an ID that I think belongs to a regular 780 and it didn't work. I just get a gray screen instead of my desktop.
  11. GTX 780 Ti

    I don't use a DSDT, but I do use clover. I tried using a device under the graphics menu/fake id. Does anyone have an id I can try? I grabbed mine from here: http://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/140877/asus-gtx780-3072-130620.html I tried 0xdevice/vendor and 0xvendor/device
  12. Looks like the 780 Ti doesn't work with Mavericks by default... Obviously it has a different hardware ID. Does anyone have any idea for me to try to get it to work? I see OS X booting on the gray screen, then when it's about to go to the desktop, the monitors just go dead.
  13. I don't understand why it would be able to see the keyboard fine and almost connect, but fail to pair. It doesn't even ask me to enter keys in to pair. I wonder what the heck is going on here. I deleted the bluetooth.plist out of preferences and it made no difference.
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