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KrazyKiwi

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  1. Asus GTX 560 (NON TI!) Support on Lion

    It said Can't open /System/Library/Extensions/GeForceGLDriv­er.bundle/Contents/MacOS/libclh.dylib: No such file or directory both times. I ended up taking the .dylib out of the bundle but you were right, the changes were already made. Here is a kext from ML Developer Preiview 3. http://d.pr/f/iXfC Try it, the 10.8.2 kext might not be properly identifying your card If this doesn't work, the last thing I can do is edit the AGPM.kext, which controls clock speeds.
  2. Asus GTX 560 (NON TI!) Support on Lion

    I know, it was just a suggestion I found on the TonymacX86 forums. A user posted that he saw significant increases in his GPU benchmark performance when he enabled OpenCL for his GTX 560 Non-TI. Here is his post My guess is that in the process of installing the OpenCLEnabler he managed to change an option in his GeforceGLDriver.bundle or something similar My best guess is that something is missing in your GeForceGLDriver.bundle which is disabling your OpenGL hardware acceleration
  3. Asus GTX 560 (NON TI!) Support on Lion

    That could be why, but the code said that it couldn't find the file or directory, so there might be a part of the .bundle that got deleted. Can you send me the .bundle?
  4. Asus GTX 560 (NON TI!) Support on Lion

    Thats true but some users have reported doubling their FPS on the GTX 560 in Cinebench by enabling OpenCL. It looks like terminal cant find the GeForceGLDriver.bundle. This either means that you dont have the GeForceGLDriver.bundle installed of that it cant find the file that will enable OpenGL for your card. Can you find the .bundle in the finder?
  5. Asus GTX 560 (NON TI!) Support on Lion

    It seems like OpenCI isnt enabled, try using iMultiBeast to try enabling it again. People reported having simmilar frame rates as yours and then when they enabled OpenCI they had frame rates similar to mine.
  6. Asus GTX 560 (NON TI!) Support on Lion

    I was told it was 3,1. And its worked for me so far
  7. Asus GTX 560 (NON TI!) Support on Lion

    ML might not be loading the correct drivers if your system definition is wrong. Go to about this mac and click more info. It should say Mac Pro early 2008. If it doesn't say that then you can change the system definition in the iMultiBeast program, change it to macpro 3,1.
  8. Asus GTX 560 (NON TI!) Support on Lion

    Im looking into mountain lion more and it says it supports the GTX 5xx series out of the box, so try putting No for GraphicsEnabler instead of Yes in the org.chameleon.boot.plist. This should cause the original Mountain Lion drivers to load instead of the old ones. Try the code again, I just looked at your screenshot of the terminal and i saw GeForceGLDriv-er.bundle instead of GeForceGLDriver.bundle. That was probably why you were getting "No Substitutions made" sudo perl -pi -e '$c++ if s|\x8b\x87\x1c\x0c\x00\x00\x89\x06\x8b\x­87\x20\x0c\x00\x00\x89\x02|\x31\xc0\xff\­xc0\xff\xc0\x89\x06\x31\xc0\x89\x02\x90\­x90\x90\x90|; END { unless ($c) { warn "No substitutions made\n"; $? =1 } }' /System/Library/Extensions/GeForceGLDriv­er.bundle/Contents/MacOS/libclh.dylib
  9. Asus GTX 560 (NON TI!) Support on Lion

    Alright, Im back. Ya those benchmarks seem low. Here are mine http://d.pr/f/HFDH This command will enable OpenGL on GTX 5xx cards in Mountain Lion. sudo perl -pi -e '$c++ if s|\x8b\x87\x1c\x0c\x00\x00\x89\x06\x8b\x­87\x20\x0c\x00\x00\x89\x02|\x31\xc0\xff\­xc0\xff\xc0\x89\x06\x31\xc0\x89\x02\x90\­x90\x90\x90|; END { unless ($c) { warn "No substitutions made\n"; $? =1 } }' /System/Library/Extensions/GeForceGLDriv­er.bundle/Contents/MacOS/libclh.dylib Copy and paste that into terminal and hit enter, then enter your password and reboot.
  10. Asus GTX 560 (NON TI!) Support on Lion

    Ok, the most important part is the FPS in the OpenGL benchmark, it should stay close to 50 or 60 FPS. If it stays consistently below 30 FPS then you have a problem. I need to go to bed its 1 AM where I am. Ill be back in like 14 hours. Ill help you troubleshoot more then.
  11. Asus GTX 560 (NON TI!) Support on Lion

    This just installs kexts and patches, if any of them go wrong, you would have to remove it manually, but the installation is automated. Your card is definitely supported in this patch so nothing should go wrong.
  12. Asus GTX 560 (NON TI!) Support on Lion

    It should be the 10.8.x OpenCL patch, the first one under OpenCL Patch.
  13. Asus GTX 560 (NON TI!) Support on Lion

    According to some users the GTX 560 non-TI works out of the box on ML. But you need to install the NvidiaCL Enabler. You need to register for an account and download iMultiBeast ML. It has alot of cool tweaks and drivers but for now just install the OpenCL Enabler.
  14. Asus GTX 560 (NON TI!) Support on Lion

    Possibly, was there a certain kext in the kernel panic code? There is usually only one, and it was probably the NVDAGF100HAL kext
  15. Asus GTX 560 (NON TI!) Support on Lion

    I cant compare Guild Wars 2 on my PC but if you download Cinebench http://www.maxon.net/products/cinebench/overview.html I can see if the problem is your graphics card or if its just OSX itself Ok, I couldn't find any differences in the GeForceGLDriver.bundle so I didn't modify it, but if the kext still doesn't work I recommend installing the modified GeForce bundle from post #4. The kext was most likely giving you the kernel panic so installing the bundle shouldn't give you one.
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