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Добрый день, подскажите пожалуйста какая из этих видюшек подойдёт под 10.7.2?

 

Или может посоветуете какой-нибудь ещё недорогой вариант что б без проблем работал под льва?

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HD 6450 - стоит копейки, работает сам по себе с родными дровами. Ни GraphicEnabler, ни efi-string - ничего не нужно :thumbsup_anim:

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