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  1. So I've got my hack working fairly well, with one or 2 small issues. Setup: yosemite 10.10.3, clover (legacy mode) z68ap-d3 rev. 1, f8 bios i5 2500k (@4.2-4.4 oc) 16gb DDR3, 180G SSD os drive r9 290 (powercolor turboduo, non-reference) Only issues are lack of sleep support, and video card issues - namely, flashing screen at start (fixed by unplugging / replugging monitor or sleep/wake display, which does work), no dual monitor support. I'm hoping going to UEFI bios will help with sleep / wake, and also possibly with GPU issues I'm going to try and flash a UEFI BIOS on my video card as well. Intuitively, it seems everything 'should' work together better if it's all UEFI, which my mobo's bios is still currently legacy BIOS (award). Which begs the question - if I do update to UEFI - which I've already found a compatible, working update for my board - will I have to do a reinstall? Or, just delete / generate new DSDT? Thanks in advance!