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Graphics Errors on GTX570?

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Hello All,

I finally got my first hackintosh up and running. It works perfectly except for one issue that is bothering me. I have a GTX 570. QE/CI works with graphicsenabler=yes but I am having strange OpenGL errors. Everything looks fine, even in benchmarks until you try to run a 3D game (even chess bombs out). At this point the game launches but there is either a black screen or very garbled graphics that resemble snow on a TV that is not getting a signal. This is very annoying because it crashes Lion (rainbow beach balls) to the point where I need to restart.


Anyone have any ideas or have a similar problem with this series of cards?


I am on a P6X58D premium motherboard with a 4.0GHz Xeon W3520 and 12GB of DDR3 2000. The card is in the PCI slot closest to the CPU socket

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I had garbled 3D on my D630 laptop with Nvidia Quadro NVS 135m in 3D games. my solution was, for the main game I play (World of Warcraft) I got a windows version installed using wineskin and it works flawlessly. I even get the same frames I got with SL.


I know its only a band-aid but its something until one of the gurus find a better solution.


Hope this helps!

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tried that, did not work although my machine now boots faster :P any other suggestions? System is running perfectly otherwise, and I know I am not the only one having this issue

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