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About dakkon5

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  1. HD4770 on MACOS?

    Check out this thread: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=164477
  2. ATI Radeon HD 4770 - any support?

    I'd appreciate any input on this matter.
  3. A Simple Guide to the 4830/4850/4870/4870x2/4890

    Is there a way to reverse this fix? Without reinstalling of course This fix works for me, but has one sideeffect - my hackintosh is rather noisy. I want to try and remove the bouncy screen by changing card BIOS settings, so I need to uninstall this package somehow. Sorry for a (propably) dumb question, but I'm still new to Mac OS, and I don't want to screw up my otherwise nice setup.
  4. ATI Radeon HD 4770 - any support?

    Firstly, thanks for the drivers to 4850 And secondly, yes I know that. That's why i am asking if anyone is (or will be) working on this. Or maybe it is totally dependant on Apple, meaning no official support = no drivers. I'm really not that well informed - every fully compatible card (or chip) was originally in one of the Macs?
  5. ATI Radeon HD 4770 - any support?

    Has anyone tried MacOS with the newest ATI card - 4770? It's almost as fast as 4850, but it is manufactured in 40nm, so it uses less power and is less noisy. Unfortunately it uses different core than 4850/4870 - RV740. So, any chance of getting it to work in near future? My 4850 works flawlessly under MacOS except that Power Play is not active - so it's noisy and wastes power. 4770 would be the perfect replacement.
  6. What about the new ATI HD4850 ?

    I've installed native 10.5.7 kext for my HD4850, but I can clearly hear that the card isn't lowering its clocks to 2D mode - the stock cooler (1 slot) is pretty noisy. Earlier I had kext from this topic - http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=155477 - and PowerPlay was enabled, but my screen was bouncy. So - am I the only one without PowerPlay due to some configuration error (maybe the older kext is in conflict with the new one), or Apple won't be using PowerPlay in their Macs Pro?