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Chris Etheridge

Mavericks is very slow

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I have Mavericks set up with the latest kernel from Andy, this one:
 

SinetekBronzovkAnVoodoo v2.0.0:xnu-2422.1.72-AMD/BUILD/obj/RELEASE_X86_64 x86_64

It installed correctly and boots correctly, but, it is extremely slow. I have almost 100% of my CPU being used constantly, as well as my RAM. Is there something I may have done wrong or is this a common error?

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Well before, I was using Andy's System.kext along with the 2 VoodoooPstate kexts. Just out of pure gut feeling, I replaced Andy's System.kext with the original System.kext from the installer. Repaired my caches and rebooted, and bam, everything was working just fine. Still haven't properly tested graphics though, waiting for a game to download.

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