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I guess there's a slim chance that Apple will release new Mac Pros at their event at the end of January when they're supposed to be announcing the Apple Tablet. If there is no 5xxx series support in 10.6.3 then we still may not have to wait for 10.6.4 - we'll just have to hope that new Mac Pros come out in the interim. The 2009 Mac Pro shipped with 10.5.6 but had special ATI drivers that weren't released to all machines until 10.5.7.
I'm hoping that when Apple officially releases, the 5xxx will not have problems like the 46xx ones. Also, when 10.6.4 beta gets seeded to developers, there might be a chance for people to have an early start in testing the beta drivers before 10.6.4 gets officially released - just like what happened with the 46xx.
Hi, i want to know if i can install the mojave in a ssd extern, on my macbook pro intel i9 2019. It cant be normal installed because this macbook came with an earlier operative system, but i want to have the macbook as it came and with an ssd the mojave. Because i have a mixer with old drivers that are compatible with mojave or previous versions. I would apreciate an answer. Also, i thougtht installing windows 10 on the external.. The all i need is to use the mixer. Thanks
FYI! Mojave runs PERFECTLY on a mid-10 iMac AFPS partition HDD with High Sierra on the HFS partition. The early 09 Minis w/SSD (HFS ONLY on the early 09 Minis) 8GB RAM are more nimble than El Capitan on Mojave but require USB WI-FI.(EDIMAX EW-7822ULC works great w/the Sierra drivers found on their website) Mojave becomes quite calm after a SMC reset, PRAM zap and command-S restart. The visual anomalies are diminished by selecting LCD font smoothing in General and Reduce motion, Increase contrast in Accessibility>Display from the System Preferences.
Hi, we have just released an OpenCL app for Mac over at Primegrid (see _thread.php?id=2837#40344 for discussion). The app has been tested on various machines, but it seems that for those same testers, BOINC does not recognise the ATI GPU and so cannot run WUs on it.e.g. this host _host_detail.php?hostid=178104 does not show any coprocessors, although the machine has a ATI Radeon 5750. It is running the latest Mac OS 10.7, and has upgraded to the latest BOINC manager (6.13.1).Is this a known limitation or bug in BOINC?As far as I know, there are no other project currently offering OpenCL/Mac apps so I guess it has not been tested before!Any ideas please let me know!Cheers- Iain
Do these people run their BOINC client as daemon? If so, tell them to stop doing so. Running as daemon will on all platforms (but for Windows XP) stop BOINC from detecting the GPU. Furthermore, have them read and follow _computing. Do they have the correct drivers installed?
Do these people run their BOINC client as daemon? If so, tell them to stop doing so. Running as daemon will on all platforms (but for Windows XP) stop BOINC from detecting the GPU. Furthermore, have them read and follow _computing. Do they have the correct drivers installed?Hi, it is my machine that is linked in the original post by Ian.I read through the link you posted but I am not sure if my BOINC client runs as deamon or not. After reading _for_Mac_OS_X I would presume it is not since I am not using the Make_BOINC_Service.sh script. I am just using the standard installation. Unlike for Windows there was no option to enable/disable protected mode during the installation. There is also no other project with ATI support for OSX to test and there is no separate ATI driver available for OSX. Unfortunately AMD doesn't list any drivers for OSX on their website. The driver that ships with OSX Lion (10.7) should be the latest version available.Thanks,Phil
Weeks later, two economical variants from the same Evergreen family of chips were release. Based on the Juniper core, the Radeon HD 5770 and HD 5750 represented AMD's mid-range position. With excellent performance and pricing between $109 to $159, these cards hit their target on the mainstream market.
The Radeon HD 5770 graphics card has a pair of dual-link DVI-I outputs along with DisplayPort and HDMI output. This allows for panoramic display using ATI Eyefinity technology. ATI Eyefinity multi-display technology allows you to run up to six displays and multiple configurations with a single graphics card. Each display can have a resolution of up to 2560 x 1600 producing a overall maximum display resolution of 7680 x 3200. This is absolutely huge for extended or multiple desktops, just imagine what gaming would be like. But don't get too excited, there is a catch. The current Linux driver (Ver 10.4 - Dated:4/27/2010) does not support Eyefinity and according to AMD is scheduled to be enabled in a future ATI Catalyst driver release.
I know this is disappointing, but don't call the productivity police just yet. This isn't going to stop you from using the card under Linux. Most individuals that game are running a dual boot Linux/Windows system anyway, and the Windows driver supports Eyefinity. Allow me to remind you of the potential costs associated with running concurrent displays. First you would need at least 3 monitors, one of which needs to utilize DisplayPort. If not, then you're going to need a DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter which is hovering around $70 still.
Majority of ATI cards in the last few years have had official proprietary display driver support direct from AMD. The Radeon HD 5770 is no exception. Downloading the latest ATI Catalyst software suite directly from the AMD website is always recommended and be sure to follow the well documented installation instructions provided.
Unified Video Decoder (UVD2.2) is present on the dies of all products and supported by AMD Catalyst 9.11 and later through DXVA 2.0 on Microsoft Windows and VDPAU on Linux and FreeBSD. The free and open-source graphics device driver#ATI/AMD also support UVD.
The codename for the 5700 GPU was Juniper and it was exactly half of Cypress. Half the shader engines, half the memory controllers, half the ROPs, half the TMUs, half everything. The 5750 had one shader engine disabled (of 10), so had 720 stream processors, while the 5770 had all ten enabled. Additionally, the 5750 ran at 700 MHz and a lower voltage, while the 5770 used more power, but ran at 850 MHz. Both cards were normally found with 1 GB of GDDR5 memory, but 512 MB variants did exist, performance suffering somewhat.
AMD Catalyst is being developed for Microsoft Windows and Linux. As of July 2014, other operating systems are not officially supported. This may be different for the AMD FirePro brand, which is based on identical hardware but features OpenGL-certified graphics device drivers.
Video card only, without any accessories such as: heatsink or driver disc. Professional skill is required to install the graphics card. Please take it to Apple repair centre nearby if you don't know how to do it. We don't provide installation tutorial. If you are uncertain about the compatibility, please contact us before ordering. Brand: AMD Model: HD 6750 Memory Size: 512 MB Memory Type: GDDR5 Condition: Used Warranty: Three Months (If removed sticker or sign, no warranty) Remark: 1. The MXM card tested in computer & 3D mark before sent. 2. Some of computer need updated bios & compatible it. 3. If the MXM card driver conflict with some device driver in computer, the operate system maybe need re-install. 4. Pls paste the heat-sink sticker before installing the card. ManufacturerAMD Radeon HD 6600M/6700M Series Radeon HD 6750M480 @ 600 MHz128 Bit @ 900 MHz CodenameWhistler-PRO ArchitectureTerascale 2 Pipelines480 - unified Core Speed600 MHz Memory Speed900 MHz Memory Bus Width128 Bit Memory TypeGDDR5 Shared Memoryno DirectXDirectX 11, Shader 5.0 technology40 nm Notebook Sizemedium sized Date of Announcement04.01.2011 = 3266 days old 2b1af7f3a8