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I have an ati 7770 which seems to be supported under Mavericks with no kext required.  However, video is very buggy and sluggish.  Things such as maximizing windows or changing a graphics setting can freeze up the machine.  Is there anyway to fix this?

 

Also, the card I have supports up to four monitors.  I have three connected, and mavericks recognizes all three of those.  However, I can only seem to get video on one of the screens.  One screen has full video, and another screen gets signal and turns on, but it is only a black signal.  The third monitor stays powered off.  Is there anything I do doing wrong, I do not have it in the "mirror" mode.  Maybe I am missing something?

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Another question, is bad graphics performance normal among most hackintosh machines, or is this something out of the ordinary?

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Guest darkhole

Same to me, got Lagg and buggy animations... (Nvidia Geforce 9500 GT 1GB)

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No, I never figured out why this is.  I would love to really start using the hackintosh, but with large video issues like this it's not really practical.

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No, I never figured out why this is. I would love to really start using the hackintosh, but with large video issues like this it's not really practical.

i like this comment. Really, is not practical. Too much buggy os.

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Nah.  I keep checking back to see if someone has posted a suggestion and look for similar threads.  Really no answer as far as I can tell.  Looks like I have to stay with Windows, uhhh.  I really like the OS, but I am not willing to buy highly overpriced apple hardware just to run the software.  Why did work have to introduce me to the Mac OS, I was content on windows before I knew how well the Mac side works.

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