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  1. Hello, I am very well aware of the openCL bug with graphics power management on nVidia cards. (the one where the clock would be stuck and the temp will run hot). I am also aware that the nVidia web drivers they have released have fixed the problem. I have recently updated to 10.9.4, and have updated the web drivers and cuda drivers as well, however now I get kernel panics on shutdown and reboot relating to those graphics kexts. These panics never happened on 10.9 - 10.9.3. It will panic and reset my CMOS every time i attempt to shut down my computer. With the original OSX kexts it shuts down normally, however the clock will get stuck when opening preview or other apps. I was wondering if this is an isolated incident, or if the web drivers are broken for everyone on 10.9.4? Is there a way to prevent this panic? I strongly prefer using the web drivers as they provide a noticeable increase in performance on my system. I am using an nVidia Geforce GT 640