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  1. Hi, I've found out recently that when both of my monitors are wired to the same graphics card, even when the card is idling, the performance drops by ~10%. So I moved one of my monitors to the IGP, where it would act as the secondary while the other is my main monitor. This is a perfectly working setup in Windows. On Hackintosh, it's causing me a lot of trouble. At first the IGP (HD 4600, 0x08060412 on 4770K) refused to be recognized by Yosemite until I put in vendor-id as 0x8086 and device-id as 0x0412. I'm still working on finding the best ig-platform-id but that's not the issue. When I did get the IGP enabled, the GPU stopped working! No output from the DVI and HDMI slots on the GPU, no HDMI on the IGP with the IGP enabled. So simply put, when one starts working, the other stops. That isn't to say the card stops being recognized. Both the GTX 770 and HD 4600 are recognized by OS X, but only the IGP is able to output a video signal when IGP is enabled. I've tried rerouting the _ADR to 0x00210000 on the IGP to stop it from conflicting with the GPU, but my DSDT doesn't have a GFX0 entry. It's referenced in the DSDT, so I assume it's floating in the SSDTs somewhere. Can someone help please? > < It's kind of painful using a computer on a vertical monitor only... DSDT.aml.zip
  2. Hi, I am rather new to the hackintosh scene. and being new I need quite a bit of help. My dilemma is that I cannot get 10.12 to boot without errors. Clover is a pain to configure for my setup. And lastly, post-installations always break the install. What I am asking for is help to get me up and running with Sierra on my rig. My specs (will add to profile sig): ASUS P8Z68-V LX Intel Core i5-2500K (SANDYBRIDGE) Integrated GPU (HD 3000) 4GB Kingston HyperX Blu Currently I am using a VGA setup but I should receive a set of DVI cables tomorrow. I would like to add that others with the same setup have gotten 10.12 Sierra working but for whatever reason I seam unable to. Thanks in advance! Regards, Mohamed