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About digiboy

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  1. @DislikeYou - I looked through the BIOS and did not find any option to turn off Nvidia injection. @Lanceomni - I updated after my initial install to 10.8.4, I believe that the USB install stick that I initially used was at 10.8.3
  2. Hello all. I've actually have had this board for nearly 2 weeks now. I made a stock installation with H3A firmware and have had no troubles with basic hardware. I'm not however able to boot to the desktop when I attempt to use my graphics card (an EVGA GTX 670 FTW). I inquired with Quo directly and asked if there were specific BIOs settings that I could try. They told me that everything should work 100% and that they would soon post screenshots of specific BIOS settings in order to use both GFX and onboard graphics. I've built systems before using Voldemort software (honestly, before perusing this thread I had no idea that there was any sort of controversy) and will no longer use any of their tools. That now leaves me with ZERO knowledge on what to do next. I'd appreciate any sort of helpful and reasonable advice on how to proceed...
  3. Building a MacPro

    I have a new MacPro Intel Case that I would like to sell. I was going to use it as a project, but never got around to it. Let me know if there's interest and I can post details...
  4. Looks very interesting. I have a brand new Mac Pro case and I am looking through various threads to see what the best approach is for making a DIY hackintosh. I will definitely stay tuned to your project!