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CSM disabled or not - GTX670 not UEFI compatible

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CSM disabled or not - GTX670 not UEFI compatible

Post by esben72 » 17 Jun 2019, 23:43

I just made a Hackintosh With the following:

Asus H81m-k
I5 4570
Gigabyte GTX 670

I first tried to disable CSM but then the GPU don't work. I had a GTX680 in the past that I flashed, but I read comment about problems with GPU flashed with new ROM to support UEFI booting.

My question is, would it be better to enable CSM and keep the card as is or flash the new ROM onto the card in order to be able to boot with CSM disabled....
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CSM disabled or not - GTX670 not UEFI compatible

Post by MaLd0n » 18 Jun 2019, 00:15

esben72, if u have some problems disable csm

in some cases for multi monitors need csm enable
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