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Crucial_CT275MX300SSD1 :

 

Capacité : 275,06 Go (275 064 201 216 octets)

Modèle : Crucial_CT275MX300SSD1                  

Révision : M0CR040

 

Works well here APFS and trim Activated

Boot  fast no probleme 

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Crucial_CT275MX300SSD1 :

 

Capacité : 275,06 Go (275 064 201 216 octets)

Modèle : Crucial_CT275MX300SSD1                  

Révision : M0CR040

 

Works well here APFS and trim Activated

Boot  fast no probleme 

 

 

 

Sure. Crucial MX300 uses modern Marvell 88SS1074 controller...

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Well, I'm on SSD, Disable TRIM works great, much faster.

 

 

Crucial_CT275MX300SSD1 :

 

Capacité : 275,06 Go (275 064 201 216 octets)

Modèle : Crucial_CT275MX300SSD1                  

Révision : M0CR040

 

Works well here APFS and trim Activated

Boot  fast no probleme 

 

 

 

Please verify the TRIM patch

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P/s: Is there a way to enable VGA output with Intel GFX HD4000? It will be great if that can be patch through Clover

 

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For those who are interested

I just bought a great little Graphics Card Saphire Radeon 5570
This card is native any version of OS X from 10.6 to 10.13 
Working only Inject ATI with Clover; thats it!  :thumbsup_anim:
 
 

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Crucial_CT275MX300SSD1 :

 

Capacité : 275,06 Go (275 064 201 216 octets)

Modèle : Crucial_CT275MX300SSD1                  

Révision : M0CR040

 

Works well here APFS and trim Activated

Boot  fast no probleme 

 

What do you consider as fast. Mine boots 10 secs from clover to login screen. Is this OK? My El Capitan takes only 6 secs.

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What do you consider as fast. Mine boots 10 secs from clover to login screen. Is this OK? My El Capitan takes only 6 secs.

 

same here 

this is very good for High Sierra, you will not find faster I think

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Well, I have just discovered a fun thing with FMM on HS.

When you lock your Hack through iCloud, when your hack received the lock command, It will do a abrupt and your hack with restart :D.

Because I'm using EmuVariableUEFI-64 so that when abruption occurs, it doesn't save the nvram content so nothing was locked.

Does this happen on other High Sierra MacBook?

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For those who are interested

I just bought a great little Graphics Card Saphire Radeon 5570
This card is native any version of OS X from 10.6 to 10.13 
Working only Inject ATI with Clover; thats it!  :thumbsup_anim:

 

great.

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Well, I have just discovered a fun thing with FMM on HS.

When you lock your Hack through iCloud, when your hack received the lock command, It will do a abrupt and your hack with restart :D.

Because I'm using EmuVariableUEFI-64 so that when abruption occurs, it doesn't save the nvram content so nothing was locked.

Does this happen on other High Sierra MacBook?

 

happens on my optiplex 790 too (imac12,2). Not only in HS, also in Sierra

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great.

I remove the 

<key>FBName</key>
<string>Cedar</string>
 

and now its show the exacte name   :thumbsup_anim:   :D

ATI Radeon HD 5570

 

EDIT***

 

but to have my two screens on my two GPU I have to add the FB
and sacrificing the name  :)

 

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My hack show a dialog said: Your computer has detected a potential problem and want me to submit a report to Apple, should I submit it?

This is the zip of the report folder where the show report button took me to 

Link: http://ipfs.io/ipfs/QmU8GXZs6xoZpn4WzdM3arq7M2Y4goKa3Qo9PsUsKMUAAw

eficheck_none_7efe090da933637baaf0e2d9bf0c14e77665447472278812ae94833f13855e8c.zip

 

P/s: I found this https://pikeralpha.wordpress.com/2017/08/18/apple-to-cleanup-a-bios-region-of-your-ami-and-phoenix-bios/

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You can connect 2 monitors  on the 5570 - DVI and HDMI.

 

 

I remove the 

<key>FBName</key>
<string>Cedar</string>
 

and now its show the exacte name   :thumbsup_anim:   :D

ATI Radeon HD 5570

 

EDIT***

 

but to have my two screens on my two GPU I have to add the FB
and sacrificing the name  :)

 

sans_100.png

 

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You can connect 2 monitors  on the 5570 - DVI and HDMI.

one in the HDMI to the ATI HD 5570 and the other in my Display Port IGPU HD 3000

Dell Optiplex 790, both display works

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hello all, the uprade from appstore went fine so far.

but sleep wont work as before with 10.12.6.

 

machine went fine into sleep

i changed nothing but my GB Z77 D3SH board  reboots after wake from sleep.

 

i´ve got hibernatemode 0 and standby 1 and no display apps like Display Menu.

 

is there a Clover ACPI patch for this available ?

 

thx for help in advance !

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Where ist the Final Release on 10.13 ???

Today App Store Release 10.13 Official  :)

At this time 12H31 Pm Canada time 

 

not release yet

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When looking at the time of the DP seeds and iOS 11 release, I expect the final to be released within the next hour

Edit:

The final is there. Build 17A365.

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When looking at the time of the DP seeds and iOS 11 release, I expect the final to be released within the next hour

Edit:

 

The final is there. Build 17A365.

 

Confirmed!!!  :thumbsup_anim:  Downloading - 14 mins

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