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XFX R9-280X not being identified!

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Hey guyz please help, I have an FX-8350 CPU and XFX R9-280X GPU but I cannot get graphics acceleration out of my GPU! In -v mode once there was a Vbios error! My GPU has uefi bios on-board (its written on the box) so can that be a reason that my GPU is not getting accelerated?

My GPU gets detected by mavericks in -v mode as "AMD Tahiti graphics accelerator in slot 1" but when I boot up to desktop in system information it says Graphics:Display(7 MB) What should I do?

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@k2sheth try to boot with clover it may trigger acceleration

Hey I installed clover and atleast I get some name for my GPU but still no QE/CI coz it says Vram(Total)-7MB whereas I have 3GB!!

That means it's a frame buffer issue! How to resolve?

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your GFX card will work OOB but it doesnt working this leads to wrong kext may be you dont have proper kext ,what connector you used for connecting through monitor ??

try vanilla installation with full kexts ,,.

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your GFX card will work OOB but it doesnt working this leads to wrong kext may be you dont have proper kext ,what connector you used for connecting through monitor ??

try vanilla installation with full kexts ,,.

I am connecting via HDMI and kext for my GPU will be same as that of ATI7000, right?

What kexts do I need for my video card could you please tell! Thank you!

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type kextstat in terminal see what kext are loaded ,

try these kext too

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type kextstat in terminal see what kext are loaded ,

try these kext too

Yeah man you are right! Its a kext issue! I don't have AMD radeon accelerator.kext and ati7xxxcontroller.kext but I installed them perfectly, so why isn't it showing up?

And which kexts are you talking about?

By the way can you please detail about kext installation, maybe I would be doing it wrong! Thanks

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im not sure what kexts are required cuz i haven't used any AMD till now ,but you need to a fresh install will have a  kexts in S/L/E 

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Vanilla installation will be more better 

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