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dvil

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  1. That's not the same bug. I don't have any problem booting using the integrated GPU, however when I use the nvidia webdrivers with a 950Ti I got the black screen. The black screen is just a manifestation of the graphic driver crashing all the time and the system restarting the driver, thus forming a continuous loop. IMO the problem are the webdrivers. This was tested in a new HS installation with the the AGDP fix. I'll try latter the NVWebDriverLibValFix.kext, that may be the key. Cheers!
  2. [pre-release] macOS High Sierra

    Hi all, Any luck using HD 530 in a GA Z170 gaming 5? I'm having the same problem that camillionario with exactly the same message. It seems like the graphic environment fails to initialise. Cheers,
  3. Hi arsradu, Assuming that you are using clover in UEFI only mode you need the EmuVariableUefi driver, the RC scripts and the clover control panel to be installed, if you have this options already install proceed as below, otherwise install these option and restart you machine. Now, in the clover control panel go to the NVRAM variables tab and from the dropbox "Save NVRAM variables to disk" select "Always", I'm not sure if this is necessary but in my case only started to work after this. Now set the nvda_drv variable to 1 in the NVRAM, type in the console sudo nvram nvda_drv=1 and press enter, check that the variable has been set to 1, type nvram -p and look for the line "nvda_drv 1", no "=" should appear. Restart you machine and hope for the best, this worked for me but as you can see in the posts above is much hit or miss with the Sierra beta 2. Good luck!
  4. Do you have the variable nvda_drv 1 defined in your nvram? It seems like the bootarg option is no longer recognised by the web driver. Type sudo nvram nvda_drv=1 in the console and check that the line nvda_drv 1 appears in you nvram (sudo nvram -p) and that it is persistent between boots. boot-args nvda_drv=1 seems like it is being ignored by the web driver. Hope this helps. Cheers,
  5. Hi, same problem as above, it seems like the problem is that the web driver is not being loaded, NVDAStartupWeb:official is shown during boot. I'm using nvda_drv=1 as boot argument (this works fine for El Capitan) but for some reason it's being ignored in Sierra. Any suggestion to force web driver load? Similar configuration that jsimpson746, but with 750Ti Cheers Sorted, I had to set manually nvda_drv=1 in the nvram, hope it helps.
  6. AppleALC — dynamic AppleHDA patching

    Thank you! Interesting I don't remember to have ever touched AppleHDA, I'll reinstall an untouched version. Cheers
  7. AppleALC — dynamic AppleHDA patching

    Excellent project, Is working fine in my GA-Z170X gaming 5 with Realtek ALC1150 layout 1, however the audio device names are listed in systems preferences in what it seems to be Hebrew!! my hack is configured in english so is very confusing. I have the same behaviour using the kext from github and a fresh compiled version using the source code. Any idea about what could be causing this? Thanks.
  8. Much faster with these versions, 236 fps at 4M and 71 fps with the 16M version ! Hopefully we will have a proper benchmark utility soon (Heaven or something else) to compare the Metal performance gains against Open GL.
  9. It seems like the Nvidia web driver is poorly optimised for metal, Nvidia GeForce GTX 750Ti (Maxwell).
  10. OpenGL extension viewer reports a 50% increase in performance with the f03 driver and my 750 Ti, moving from the 2k to the 3k points and Unigine Heaven reports a solid increase of 50 points as well! This is the best performing Nvidia web driver so far!!!
  11. Excellent news for all the Asus sufferers, the good thing about the Gigabyte black is that you don't need to do any change. All the ports work!!!
  12. After too much trouble trying to get my Asus GTX 750Ti to work properly with a two monitors setup in Yosemite, and not a single positive report, I decided to return the card and oder instead a Gigabyte GTX 750 Ti Black edition. This after finding a single report in other site telling that all the ports in this card were working properly with Yosemite. Well I can confirm that this is actually true, the DVI and HDMI ports are working properly and I finally have my two monitors set up working as intended. If anyone is planning to buy a 750Ti I think this is a good option. Hopefully this post will save some time and troubles to other fellows hackintoshers. Cheers,
  13. Hi Vampirexx, I noticed your post that's why I'm wondering if this is a widespread issue with all the 750 Ti or if it's brand specific, I have seen similar reports with the Gigabytes where the only working port is the DVI-I, which curiously is VGA compatible.
  14. Hi, I was wondering if anybody have a fully functional GTX 750 Ti. I have an Asus branded and the only working port is the VGA, if I connect my display to any other port I just get the infamous black screen, limiting my setup to a single display. I'm still within the time frame to return this card, so I'm planning to order a different brand of 750 Ti in case anybody know of any other that has all the ports working with yosemite, It's such a nice card just to be completely discarded. Any advice is greatly appreciated.
  15. Here it is a version compiled for snow leopard, it is based in the newest source available in google code. It works in 32 and 64 bit modes for me, however your milage may vary. Good luck. Cheers. Intel82566MM.kext.zip
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