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Nvidia 660ti/760 question - Hackintosh

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Hi All,


About to update from a 6950 (i know - shoot me now)


Looking at either a 660ti or 760 as they appear to be out of box ready which suits me nicely compared to the headaches of the above.


I have read these cards don't show a boot screen though. Is this correct?


I have OSX on one HD and Windows 7 on another with chameleon letting me chose which to boot into.


Am i correct is saying that with the above 660ti/760's i will no longer see this screen to be able to choose? This is a major issue obviously if that's the case. How do i get around it?


Thanks for the help.

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I have a gtx 760 with the latest chameleon boot loader and see the screen just fine.

Excellent. Thank you. Some of the posts i read about the blank boot were around a year old so was hoping it would be an issue mostly fixed by now.


Did you get the 760 working pretty strait forward? I used to have a 4890 which was drop in, load a single kext and away you go. The 6950 was a nightmare and still has a mind of it's own today.

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