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Anderson Sousa

Slow Video on GTX 550 ti and Noisy Audio

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Hi, I installed niresh in my PC with no troubles.

After the installation, I realized that my animations are slowly. Slow answers on video issues and the Audio is still the same.

 

I tried to disable the graphic card using GraphicsEnabler=No but the mac doesnt starts.

 

PC:

i7 3770K

GTX 550 Ti

MotherBoard MSI H61M 

 

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Near    1

How do you have Audio isn't working and no one knows how to fix it...

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woog    0

I've installed Niresh's Mavericks 10.9 and I got Audio working as well. There is a noise on the background as Anderson Souza mentioned but I'm pretty sure that has something to do with the db levels.

On Windows if you go to the Audio x webcam and that could be the cause of the noise.

Or, it's just a matter of finding the right kext to susbstitute the HDAvoodoo. Which I still didn't do.

My video card is also a GTX550Ti and I've downloaded a kext for webgraphics. The system already recognized my video card after the installation was done but still haven't tested with games or softwares.

 

PS: try reinstalling Niresh's and choose to customize before installing on your Hard Drive. Search for this on the driver's list:

Mac Pro 3.1

Mac Pro 4.1

Mac Pro 5.1

 

I've assigned mine with Mac Pro 4.1

 

The Machine I've installed Niresh's is an old computer I have.

 

Processor: AMD FX6300

Mobo: Gigabyte GA-78LMT-S2 rev 1.0

Video: Nvidia Gtx550Ti

Ram: 8gb 1333mhz.

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I tried this and installed the CUDA support and NVIDIA web driver but the Final Cut still sucks :(.

I realized a little gain in the animations like genius, but the softwares... still the same.

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woog    0

Would you mind going to your video options and take a print screen? Also would be good to have a print of the nvidia driver version as well. Thanks.

 

 

About the Audio Noise you're getting. I actually solved that on my computer.

 

Open System Preferences

Click on VoodooHDA

 

On this panel search for => Input Gain

Move the bar to your left, turning off the Input Gain.

 

Open any music file and check.

 

Hope it works.

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Just an update: I've tried to install CUDA drivers for my Gtx550Ti and it changed a lot the graphics.

Here is the download link:

http://www.nvidia.com/object/mac-driver-archive.html

 

PS: note that you need to open the terminal after you install any kexts and rebuild the caches.

To do that just open terminal and type:

sudo kextcache -system-prelinked-kernel

sudo kextcache -system-caches

 

After that you need to reboot.

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