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The new Kernel OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.x

npci=0x2000

Test AMD phenom ii x2 550 / HD 5770

Everything is working fine


What's New in Version 10.8.x   See changelog

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This kernel worked for me. I have AMD athlon X2, Nvidia 9500GT and with native Nvidia drivers from iatkos cd everything seems to be working (QE/CL with 1920x1080 resolution), have few crashes once in a while. But otherwise ?stable .?

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CINEBENCH R15? works???

Yes, work. OpenGL : 35.36 fps; CPU: 469. Phen x6 1090t BE, GTX570, 8 Gb ram, asus m4n98td evo. ML 10.8.5?

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Work with Phenom X4 + MSI 870A G54 + HD5770.. no glitches.. but this kernel have a problem, sometimes it can't install an app.. it says the installer have a problem with digital signature.. i can install the same app with Alekseyii kernel but this kernel have a glitch with my VGA.. hope you can fix it.. smile.png

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Gonna see if i can get it to go ,,, I dont know if my version 10.8.2 will make a difference. will post back

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The issue is that i can not boot from any boot-loader that i have install and i get kernel panic no matter what kernel flag i try. also machine do not restart and shutdown.

System Config
AMD FX 8350 Black Edition
Asus M5A99FX Pro
Nvidia 760 4GB
16GB DDR3 1600
240GB SSD

OS X 10.8.5 Install (download from apple store)

format USB 8GB drive to GUID and Mac OS Extended (Journaled)

use U{censored}.app (http://www.{censored}.com/downloads.php?do=cat&id=3) to copy Mountain Lion (application folder) to USB

Copy 10.8.4 Kernel (http://www.hackintoshosx.com/files/download/3694-amd-108x-kernel/) by Bynk

boot the USB with kernel flag -v npci-0x3000 or 0x2000

install the OS (my system some time will not reboot it self so restart)

boot back with USB and copy the kernel from USB to HDD with this command in the terminal cp /mach_kernel /Volumes/your hard drive name

boot back from USB and this time boot from your HDD

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