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GTX 670, no full resolution on chameleon screen

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I just build my first hackintosh with asus gtx 670. On OS selection screen, i have my screen as windowed not full resolution. I think my card has 1920x1080 vesa mode but not sure about that. thanks for help.

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i have the gigabyte windforce gtx670. and mine works full resolution oob from the HDMI Port.

have you tried all the ports on your card?

is your screen set up right.

Have you tryed GraphicsEnabler=Yes or GraphicsEnabler=No

or SkipNvidiaGfx Has a boot flag. have you used -v to see what kext are loading

You need to say what you have tryed. and screen shot would help ppl try to help you

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thx for replies.

to Rampage Dev:

I know its cosmetic but this is only thing i miss for a full oob hackintosh.

to baldy_man:

I tried all ports and my screen setup fine. I boot with graphic enabler no. I dont know about skipnvidiagfx boot flag. first time saw it here. But my ML 10.8.3 works @ full resolution but OS selection screen not.

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