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my setup :

C2D E6600@3.50Ghz | MoBo: ASUS P5K | Chipset: ICH9 | Onboard LAN: Attansic L1 | Wifi: Atheros PCI (168c:00013) | Sound: Onboard ALC883 | Memory: 4 Gb RAM | GeForce GTX 460 1 GB/QE/CI | HD:

SAMSUNG

SATA-II 500GB * 2 |

DVD Burner

: Pioneer 111L 40X/16X | OSX 10.8.3 with some recent revision of Chameleon (don't remember whch one, but the one that fixes Messages).

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my setup :

C2D E6600@3.50Ghz | MoBo: ASUS P5K | Chipset: ICH9 | Onboard LAN: Attansic L1 | Wifi: Atheros PCI (168c:00013) | Sound: Onboard ALC883 | Memory: 4 Gb RAM | GeForce GTX 460 1 GB/QE/CI | HD:

SAMSUNG

SATA-II 500GB * 2 |

DVD Burner

: Pioneer 111L 40X/16X | OSX 10.8.3 with some recent revision of Chameleon (don't remember whch one, but the one that fixes Messages).

 

Thanks. :)

 

UPDATE: Had to reinstalling OSX. Properly removed an required file.. :(

The good part is that I don't have this message anymore.

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sudo perl -pi -e '$c+=s/\x8b\x81\x1c\x0c\x00\x00\xeb\x06\x8b\x81\x20\x0c\x00\x00/\xb8\x02\x00\x00\x00\x90\xeb\x06\xb8\x00\x00\x00\x00\x90/; END { printf "%s: %d substitution%s made.\n",($c==1 ? "Success" : "Error"),$c,(!$c || $c>1 ? "s" : ""); $?=($c!=1); }' /System/Library/Extensions/GeForceGLDriver.bundle/Contents/MacOS/libclh.dylib

 

hello, thx, opencl is working with my GTS 450.

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Quick scan on my part (only broadcomm as it's suspected apple will be using those).

supported:

 

pci14e4,4311

pci14e4,4312

pci14e4,4313

pci14e4,4318

pci14e4,4319

pci14e4,431a

pci14e4,4320

pci14e4,4324

pci14e4,4325

pci14e4,4328

pci14e4,4331

pci14e4,432c

pci14e4,432d

pci14e4,4353

pci14e4,432b

 

 

Have been reading a bit more about the 802.11ac standards and there's a high probability we'll see a BCM4352(6) card, matching 14e4:43b1.

This weekend when I got more time I'll look if it's in the latest beta.

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Have been reading a bit more about the 802.11ac standards and there's a high probability we'll see a BCM4352(6) card, matching 14e4:43b1.

This weekend when I got more time I'll look if it's in the latest beta.

 

The new drivers would probably be included in 10.9 (or a supplementary 10.8 update) when the new cards are released along with the haswell MBPs.

 

Whats really getting me excited is the possibility for backwards compatibility with modern BCM chips (using n-standard). The linux BCM drivers are backwards compatible so I hope the OS X drivers will be backwards compatible with the current gen cards used in most laptops.

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We'll see, still new kext's or added id's have been known to be included in dev builds (and sometimes even removed from final builds).

But indeed it's great news for a lot of us as there are quite some broadcom id's that won't work atm but do have the potential to work (http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/51725-broadcom-bcm43xx-wireless-driver-beta/).

 

For me it's all about a replacement mini pci-e card for the Mac Pro's at work, some genius over there has decided we could do without ethernet in our new office and time machine over wlan is far from funny to me.

In the past I was all about finding a faster gfx card for them but the ati 7950 is plenty fast for now, and if I can fix this time machine 'issue' these Mac Pro's will last us another 2 years.

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new build, 12E47

 

Same drivers as 36/40 ?

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Now that I know I need to delete the AppleIntelHD* kexts my system updates just fine. Cuda claims the drivers need updating, but none are available at this time.

 

Oops, forgot to hit attach last time.

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How is the stability on fermi cards with this new build ?

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ah good news about new cuda! it was bothering me at every boot that it would throw an error message at me. much better :)

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Hello I installed to test more than usefulness Mountain Lion combo update 10.8.4_12E40seems - to be working almost everything, I just have a problem with a card TP-Link TL-WN781ND not get it to go every time I get a message like this "has occurred a connection timeout. "I innstallato I used the kext with 10.8.3 but do not go, I was able to go to either the door Realtek ® 8111E, 1 x Gigabit LAN Intel ® 82579, 1 x Gigabit LAN Controller, if someone I had solved the same problem can help me out

 

thanks Perdu

 

I apologize for my English

 

 

Asus Deluxe P8Z68

Intel ® i7 2600K 3:41 Ghz

XFX Radeon 6870 Black Edition

16GB Ram 4x4 GB PC3 1333 MHz

Corsair Force Series SSD 240 GB Sata III

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Hello I installed to test more than usefulness Mountain Lion combo update 10.8.4_12E40seems - to be working almost everything, I just have a problem with a card TP-Link TL-WN781ND not get it to go every time I get a message like this "has occurred a connection timeout. "I innstallato I used the kext with 10.8.3 but do not go, I was able to go to either the door Realtek ® 8111E, 1 x Gigabit LAN Intel ® 82579, 1 x Gigabit LAN Controller, if someone I had solved the same problem can help me out

 

Known issue under 10.8.4 with wifi.

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Wifi kext's are highly unstable due to probably adding 801.22ac support which I think requires a major overhaul.

It'll take same major testing and we also saw an increase from 5.2.2 to 5.3 which tells it's a major revision, not just a simple one.

Just keep in mind these are development builds, they are and never were meant to be stable in the first place.

They give developers a chance to test there hard- and software previous to releasing a new build which may or may not break part(s) of their products.

And that's exactly what we use it for, I not only test certain software we made in house but also some hardware for upgrades.

Only after I give the green light we'll upgrade to the new update or new os for that matter.

Due to some issues we still haven't upgraded some of our iMacs from 10.7 to 10.8.

That's what dev builds are for, not more, not less and anyone can quote all of this all day long.

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Thank you, I put it back where 10.8.3 far everything works, let's wait for the official release of the solution.

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Anyone tested the newest nVidia drivers? Fermi freeze?

 

Thanks for reporting. :)

 

I'm also curious about the freeze problem with the latest build.

 

I just ordered a new GTX 650ti , i'm pretty disappointed with the reliability of my hack with GTX 550ti.

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