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Found 8 results

  1. Redtigerxx

    GTX 760, 4K 60HZ and fan control

    Hi Guys, I recently bought the MSI GTX 760 so I could power mine 4K Dell monitor (MST). I got 60HZ to work via this topic (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1760435&page=1). But one problem still exists. When Yosemite is loaded the fans of the video card go banana's. I think they run at their full speed, it's like having a hair dryer underneath your desk. I'm using the Nvidia web driver, because I need to power the screen at 60 HZ. When I use the stock driver, this problem doesn't exists. iStat menu doesn't show the GPU temperature or the fan speed. But here comes the weird part, when I put my Mac to sleep and activate it afterwards the fans aren't running at full speed. Does anybody has an idea what the problem is? Update: After sleep iStat does give the RPM and temperature.
  2. Hello to all, First off I would like to say that I did away with Clover, didn't like it too much in 10.9 and didn't want to use it here either. Chameleon is just as good if not better...People have their opinions. Audio: ALC892 Ethernet: Realtek 8111 Wi-Fi: Native Macbook Card on PCI conversion. Yosemite was not that hard to install on my system as Mavericks was a breeze. I used a 16 GB flash drive created from the mac store app on my 10.9 installation. I wanted to install Windows 8 at the same time on my SSD so I backed up desktop/downloads/documents/applications. If you have time machine I wouldn't worry too much about this. Installer USB in 3.0 port did not work until I installed the kext (post-install). I had to change my SMBIOS.plist in the /Extra folder on the USB to a iMac 14,2. Boot Flags to reach the installer: (Thanks to all the forums I tried everything and only this worked) -v -f GraphicsEnabler=No npci=0x2000 kext-dev-mode=1 PCIRootUID=1 -xcpm Also worked: nv_disable=1 I did get "still waiting for root device" a lot, cured it with -f and without npci=0x2000 don't know how but it worked. Once installed my business partner erased my flash drive on accident so I had to remove my SSD and hook it up to a macbook to install chameleon onto it. Edit* I pulled out one stick of 4 GB today and put an 8 GB stick in giving me 12 GB {RAM}. On boot with my normal boot flags, -v GraphicsEnabler=No -f it kernel panicked right after the sound loaded. Tried some other combinations but would boot without any graphics (monitor flashing no input). Tried -v VBIOS=Yes -f -xcpm and worked like a charm. Graphics Drivers I'm using for the GTX 760 2GB Full QE/CI CUDA Driver: 6.5.18 Web Driver: 343.01
  3. mac09hack

    Nvidia GeForce GTX 760 (EVGA) problem

    I am having a problem with my build - EX58-UD5 - Intel i7 920 - 12 Gb RAM - recently replaced video card is EVGA Geforce GTX-760 2 GB (formerly EVGA 8900 GTX+ 512) I had loaded Mavericks and Mountain Lion previous to the new card installation and the video was very choppy as the video card couldn't keep up with the video delivery. I installed the new card and while the video is now working (almost) fine , When I do a system hardware overview it sees the GTX 760 as 0 GB video ram. The symptom is the anytime you load a web page, the URL bar constantly updates but the video is no longer choppy. Question = do I need to load the CUDA files from the Invidia web page to show the 2GB video RAM?
  4. This is a continuation of the thread here: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/310187-ga-x99-gaming-5p-10112-success-waterdragon/page-2 Current config: GA-X99-Gaming 5P - Atheros 2200e Network Card - Creative Core3D Sound Card (CA0132) Intel Core i7-6900K @ 3.7 Ghz 32 GB RAM - 2133 MHz N760 2GD5/OC ITX (MSI NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760) GTX 1080 (not installed yet) 1x4K Dell display, 1x2K Dell Display , 1xFHD TV Lots of HDDs and SSDs BIOS settings: EHCI hands-off Enabled XHCI hands-off Enabled BOOT settings set to Other OS , UEFI only No DSDT installed. After a few days of tinkering around I've managed to get most stuff working. Things that still need tweaking: - shut down sometimes doesn't work fixed by using SMBIOS 14,2 - sound card is not working - fixed by installing DRAM and DSDT drop tables options in Clover Only issue so far: Front microphone port is not working. Got everything going fine for now. At the end will post my Clover EFI file.
  5. well i successfully installed Mavericks using both [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] and lion disk maker but after it boots and gets to the desktop it just gives me the no signal. both [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] and lion disk maker results in no signal. i got the Mavericks as an update from a previous working version of 10.8 on the same desktop. i tried graphics enabler=no and cpus=1 but no luck. anyone with a gtx 760 got it working? im using triple screen and on 10.8 they all work perfectly. EVGA X58 SLI LE - EVGA GTX 760 2GB ACX - PNY 12GB - Windows 8.1 Pro Media Center - I7 730
  6. V3xRz

    Help Yosemite boot with Clover

    Hello, I'm new to the site (and Hackintosh), having troubles already, first I will list my hardware: CPU: FX 8350 Mobo: GIGABYTE GA-990FXA-UD5 GPU: Gigabyte GTX 760 RAM: CORSAIR Vengeance LP 16GB SSD: Samsung 850 EVO USB: (Installer) Kingston Data Traveler 100 G3 (USB 3.0 plugged into an USB 2.0 port) I follow the instructions from another forum (Can I post links?). Is a vanilla installation, I prepare the USB with a friends mac pro using clover. I can boot to Clover, the problem comes when i try to install Yosemite, i keep getting the next: https://img.bi/#/tAdr10t!9QluhC3lvaib_mRlWO2sywzu_8V1SeN9BIxWVvKE Any help is appreciated.
  7. Kind of a continuation of my previous thread, but I thought I'd share my progress. I got the EVGA GTX 760 FTW 4GB, which works great when setting GraphicsEnabler=No. I also got the Dell UP2414Q – gorgeous monitor, by the way – and I now have native 4K output. But only at 30Hz. Which feels really laggy. Windows can run the display at 60Hz at native 3840x2160 over DisplayPort 1.2, but OS X can't. I've got a feeling it's a driver problem. I'm probably the only one on this forum with this issue, but is there any way to force OS X to refresh this display at 60Hz when running at 4K? Or do I just have to wait for new drivers from Apple? EDIT: See my update about 10.9.3. EDITED EDIT: See my update about the final version of 10.9.3. FINAL EDIT: See my update after extensive testing. (My setup doesn't work, but there are other 4K monitors which do for other people.)
  8. Fabio1971

    MSI x79a-gd45(8d) - i7 3930k

    Ciao a tutti Test eseguiti su questi due hardware. Mainboard MSI x79a-gd45(8d) - CPU i7 3930k - Gigabyte GTX 760 Metodo utilizzato ovviamente "Il Vaso di Pandora" Download Bootloader Enoch : http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/278638-enoch-bootloader/ OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.3/4/5 OS X Maverick 10.9 vers. Finale Fabio
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