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In the past I was having problems detecting the Graphics card and has 1024x768 resolution but with some packs of kexts it detected as: AMD Radeon HD 6xxx 1024mb, it worked fine with 1440x900 but its lags a lot and have a lot of stuttering. And I have to say that the sounds doesn't lags or stutter. (Video plays at low framerate, no translucent menu bar) Pc specs: Intel Celeron G550 2.6ghz dual core Sapphire AMD Radeon HD 6450 1gb DDR3 4gb ram 1333 mhz (Working on 1066mhz)
Hey everybody.This is a quick way to fix stuttering Audio will start to stutter - thats why you have clear sound when you move your mouse around. Now for me, i try'd different kext's and solutions like activating SSE2 on Voodoo PrefPane and almost every other solution that is floating around on the Interwebs. So im using a Quadcore AMD Cpu , and my way to "fix" this bug is to put the CPU usage on 100%. But since you're using multiple Cpu's your performance won't go down. For example i can still run everything very fast and crisp, even games still run without any problems. Long story short > i noticed no difference in performance.But this might change on a different AMD CPU . So try it on your own risk. But let me assure (this won't brick your OSX Installation its just a terminal command). How to Disable: "no > /dev/null" without quotation marks into Terminal app. Enjoy and have a nice day! And much thanks to Niresh crew for providing great mackintosh distros.