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  1. EVGA GeForce GTX 750 Ti SC

    EVGA GeForce GTX 750 Ti SC I can confirm that I got the EVGA GeForce GTX 750 Ti SC running on OS X Yosemite with QE/CI enabled and transparency working perfectly fine. ECC is not supported (which doesn't bother me at all) and it's a decent GPU for budget-oriented hackintosh builds (although you may find better performance if you're willing to spend a tad more) Proof: Amazon's image of the EVGA GeForce GTX 750 Ti SC: The benefits of this GPU is that it can run with a 350W PSU and without any 6-pin or 8-pin power connectors attached (just powered from the PCIe-x16 slot)
  2. Hello guyz, after a lot of research and uncountable tries with various kernels and kext files, i had successfully installed OSX 10.10.3 on my AMD FX 8350. I would like to help every AMD FX users on how to install 10.10.3 on their System and enable GFX acceleration on nvidia cards. Prerequisites: Download the 10.10.3 Combo update file from the link below. https://support.apple.com/kb/DL1804?locale=en_US Installation Instructions: Step 1: Install Yosemite Zone 10.10.1 with /amd1 bootflag OR Install 10.10.1 with Unibeast drive using amd kernel Step 2: Download the .rar file from the link below and extract it. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2tOEfugYcrnTTVtRDNISjBKV2s/view?usp=sharing Step 3: In the rar file you will get a file as "kern" without quotes. Its the kernel file. Copy/paste the file on the root of you hackintosh drive. Also copy/paste two other kext files named as AppleACPIPlatform.kext and IOPCIFamily.kext on the root of your hackintosh or downloads folder of your hackintosh as we will need these two files later. Also Copy/paste the Web driver which i had also given on the rar file. Step 4: Now its time to install the 10.10.3 combo update file which u had downloaded. Step 5: After installing the update file, dont restart your PC. First, you have to copy/paste the pthread.kext file on System/Library/Extensions. or you can use Kext Wizard to install the Kext. You will get the pthread.kext file on the rar file which u had downloaded. On the rar file, you will get a .zip file named as 10102-UPD-Patch-pthread.kext.zip. Extract that zip file and you will get pthread.kext. Step 6: After installing the kext, Fix permissions with Kext wizard and then restart your PC and let the update complete. Step 7: After updating the hackintosh to 10.10.3, its time to boot. So now we need that kernel file which we had pasted on the root directory of the hackintosh drive earlier. So, insert the Yosemite Zone Pendrive as because we need that drive to boot into our hackintosh drive as it has got chameleon installed. Step 8: After inserting the Yosemite Zone Pendrive, boot from the pendrive and select your hackintosh drive from the chameleon boot menu. And now use the following boot flags: /kern -v -x -f Step 9: Patience. It will take some time to boot and after successful boot, it will boot without hardware acceleration. Step 10: Now we need to install the two other kext which we had copied earlier. So fire up Kext Wizard and install those two kext AppleACPIPlatform.kext and IOPCIFamily.kext. After installing the kexts, fix permission using kext wizard. Step 11: install the nvidia web driver which you had copied earlier. After installing the driver, remember to use boot flag nvda_drv=1 on org.chameleon.boot.plist and also copy the kernel file "kern" without quotes to System/Library/kernels and run chameleon Wizard and on org.chameleon.boot. option, tick mark kernel option and on the text bar below type in "kern" without quotes. This will make the OSX boot with kern everytime and you dont need to enter /kern bootflag everytime. Step 12: Reboot your PC and on the Chameleon Boot menu, Choose your hackintosh drive and hit ENTER. ENJOY YOSEMITE 10.10.3 on AMD FX. My Specification: CPU: AMDFX 8350 GPU: NVIDIA GTX 760 RAM: 8GB CORSAIR VENGEANCE MOBO: ASUS M5A97 R2.0
  3. Specs- AMD Athlon 860k GTX 750 TI MSI a55m e33 I've installed Mavericks, also tried Yosemite, both installed fine, managed to boot to desktop. It's just my Graphics card (GTX 750 TI) that I'm really having trouble with. I've installed latest nVidia Cuda & Web Drivers, i've tried everything, I mean booting up with npci=0x3000 and putting either nvda_drv=1 or GraphicsEnabler=No/Yes it boots top a white screen, with the little apple loading wheel (not the beach ball) and just hangs there for ages until I have to hold the power buttom to reset. I can only boot using nv_disable=1. Any suggestions guys?
  4. Hi Guys, Need your help. I've installed Niresh Hackintosh in my system. It got stuck because of Nvidia driver issue, so I customized the installation by checking the option "move nvidia drivers". Now it is installed but without display drivers. Monitor resolution is 1024x768 with unknown display. Gooled it and nvidia has reliased official drivers for it but it gives another error "nvidia driver is not compatible web installer". Some guys have resolved it buy using below commands/boot flags. But I have no idea where to apply them or when to apply them. nv_disable=1 nvda_enable=1 graphicsenabler=1 Will appreciate your help...
  5. 10.9.2 and Nvidia BlackScreen

    Hi! I have successful instalation of Mavericks 10.9.2 on ASROCK 960GC-GS FX mobo, my CPU is AMD X2 5000 and I have 2GB DDR2 RAM. Everything worx except my NVidia GTX 260. I have downloaded latest Nvidia WebDrivers. Ater booting with -v the last thing I can see is NVDANV50hal... successfully loaded, and after that just black screen, changing DVI port at graphic card does not help. booting with IGPEnabler No does not help I was thinking about this problem, this mobo has onboard AMD Radeon 3000 graphics, but it can not be disabled in Bios, I can just choose which graphics will be primary - PCIE was choosen. When I use only onboard Radeon, OSX boots and can be used, but without graphical acceleration and I have not found any kext for Radeon 3000. So that is why I am trying old but still good Nvidia GTX 260. Please help!
  6. Update 10.9.3 Black Screen After Boot

    System Specs: Gigabyte X58a-UD7 Core i7 930 @4.2GHz 1600MHz 6GB RAM Nvidia GTX 780Ti Had OSX 10.9.0 working great but after updating to 10.9.3 the screen goes black after boot screen Apple logo. Updated from App Store Tried PciRoot=1 GraphicsEnabler=Yes Gets stuck at Apple boot logo and that's it. Everything else loads as I can see on my G19 LCD screen it loads the Logitech software. Any ideas?
  7. Hi i want to make a hackintosh for this machine: AMD FX 4100, Asus M5A78L-M/USB3, nVidia GTX 650 Is there a way to make a hackintosh with these specs? Thanks, SCPNathan
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