Intel HD Graphics Guide

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29 Responses to Intel HD Graphics Guide

  1. Pingback: Intel HD Graphics Guide Now Live | rampagedev

  2. Joe R says:

    This may be a stupid question but I’m trying to understnad the edits.. whty is the device id (for 4400/4600) for method 1 different than methods 2 and 3?

  3. Joe R says:

    I don’t understand “completely new gen..” I am looking under 4400/4600 section 4a that has 3 methods to modify the dsdt/ssdt.. but the device ID in method 1 is different than you use for method 2 and 3 in the same section.. You do the same thing for 4000 series, method 1 is different than method 2 and 3, but for hd3000 all 3 methods have the same device id.. I’m confused???

  4. HCo says:

    How do we know which layout ID to pick?

  5. HCo says:

    Asus Maximus vii Hero (z97)

  6. HCo says:

    Sorry, I hadn’t realised that, that was the case. I thought it was for 4600 regardless do board.

  7. HCo says:

    http://www.asus.com/us/site/motherboards/Z97/comparison/

    It’s not reported as a marketing ploy on their official comparison page.

    “SupremeFX 2014”

    • rampagedev says:

      Marketing ploy. Understand your hardware. Its just a rebranding which they started with the 6-Series motherboards. Nothing more. If you want to believe the ploy then so be it.

  8. HCo says:

    I do understand it. They’re usually based on the 1150, but are modded to have more features. If I can get away with a 1150, I’d be more than happy.

  9. bas says:

    “Part 9: Known Issues
    1. 9-Series Motherboards need to add 0x9c3a8086 device ID under AppleIntelMEIDriver in AppleIntelFramebufferAzul.kext”

    Is there a way to edit this kext using Clover without actually replacing the original driver?

  10. evran says:

    Is HD4400 from i3-4130 supported using this method? Because I don’t have idea how to find it’s dev id

  11. MusiCMan says:

    I’m a bit stuck as to what to do on my system (Asus Z97 Pro Wi-fi AC, i7 4790k) to get multi monitor support working with my internal HD4600 video.
    Works with either DVI or HDMI if connected from boot – but if I boot with both, OS X freezes on boot. If I add one or the other when booted, it won’t show up.
    I patched native AppleHDA.kext with both the toleda commands to sort audio and also HDMI audio – although the HDMI audio isn’t working.

  12. Zille Hasnain says:

    Hi Rampagedev,
    I have Sony Vaio and graphics Intel HD 3000 and AMD 6630M Graphics(I know switchable graphics not supported but atleast hd3000 should show up 1024mb vram) when i installed Yosemite it is showing only 384mb VRAM how do i patch dsdt by using any of the methods from 1,2 or 3 or specific method ?

    SMBIOS i think i am using are MACBOOK PRO 8.1 i used Hackintosh Veitnam tool and selected CPU sandy mobile which selected Macbook pro 8.1 as SMBIOS for me

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