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On May 10, 2007, Nvidia announced the availability of their GeForce 8 notebook GPUs through select OEMs. So far the lineup consists of the 8200M, 8400M, 8600M, 8700M and 8800M series chips.[26] It was announced by Nvidia that some of their graphics chips have a higher than expected rate of failure due to overheating when used in particular notebook configurations. Some major laptop manufacturers made adjustments to fan setting and firmware updates to help delay the occurrence of any potential GPU failure. In late July 2008, Dell released a set of BIOS updates that made the laptop fans spin more frequently.[27] As of mid-August 2008, nVidia had yet to give further details publicly, though it had been heavily rumored that all or most of the 8400 and 8600 cards had this issue.[28]

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The GeForce 8600M was offered in midrange laptops as a mid-range performance solution for enthusiasts who want to watch high-definition content such as Blu-ray Disc and HD DVD movies and play then-current and some future games with decent settings. Versions include the 8600M GS and 8600M GT(GT being the more powerful one), and provided decent gaming performance (due to the implementation of GDDR3 memory in the higher-end 8600M models) for then-current games. It is currently on the Dell XPS M1530 portable, Asus G1S, Sony VAIO VGN-FZ21Z, in selected Lenovo Ideapad models, some models of the Acer Aspire 5920, Acer Aspire 9920G and BenQ Joybook S41, also available on the MacBook Pro, and some models of Fujitsu Siemens. The common failure of this chip in, amongst others, MacBook Pro's purchased between May 2007 and September 2008 were part of a class-action suit against nVidia which resulted in Apple providing an extended 4 year warranty related to the issue[30] after confirming that the issue was caused by the Nvidia chip themselves.[31][32] This warranty replacement service was expected to cost nVidia around $150 to $200 million [33] and knocked over $3 billion off their market capitalisation after being sued by their own shareholders for attempting to cover the issue up.[34]

The GeForce 8700M was developed for the mid-range market. Currently the only version is the 8700M GT. This chipset is available on high-end laptops such as the Dell XPS M1730, Sager NP5793, and Toshiba Satellite X205. While this card is considered by most in the field to be a decent mid-range card, it is hard to classify the 8700M-GT as a high-end card due to its 128-bit memory bus, and is essentially an overclocked 8600M GT GDDR3 mid-range card.[35] However, it shows strong performance when in a dual-card SLI configuration, and provides decent gaming performance in a single-card configuration.[36]

The newest nVidia GeForce 8600 series also has support for 128-bit floating point texture filtering for high dynamic-range (HDR) lighting effects. With HDR, twice the precision of prior generations for incredibly realistic lighting effects. While the nVidia Intellisample 4.0 technology provides outstanding visual quality through gamma correction rotated grid antialiasing and advanced anisotropic filtering, its support for normal map compression enables more lifelike characters and environments.

While I realise that some of you may have already obtained the OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.0 Installer as a .dmg /.iso image file, my working assumption is that most of you will need to have Snow Leopard installed in order to purchase and download the OS X Mountain Lion 10.8 Installer from the Apple App Store.......

I have found that without the correct SMBIOS.plist details, i.e. all the details recognisable as 'valid' by the Apple App Store, it is not possible to purchase and download the Install Mac OS X Lion app from the App Store, even though other software can be purchased and downloaded via the App Store using a 'validated' Apple ID......

did not enable the purchase and download of the Install Mac OS X Lion app, whereas using 'valid' SMBIOS.plist details for a MacPro3,1 (thanks to MaLd0n), which results in my OSx86 / Hackintosh PC being recognised by Geekbench as a Hackintosh:

So, a OSx86 / Hackintosh PC being recognised by Geekbench as a Hackintosh is not necessarily an obstacle to being able to purchase and download the Install Mac OS X Lion app from the Apple App Store........

While Apple have recommended using the latest version OS X Snow Leopard version, which is 10.6.8 (make sure you run Software Update, so that the recently released Mac OS X 10.6.8 Supplemental Update is installed; alternatively, you can download and run the standalone Mac OS X 10.6.8 Update Combo v1.1.....the same advice to use the standalone Update Combo applies if you are running OS X Lion, i.e. MacOSXUpdCombo10.7.4.dmg.

However, some IM members have had problems with 10.6.8 but success with 10.6.7 when attempting to purchase and download the Install Mac OS X Lion, if 10.6.8 does not work for you, try 10.6.7, or even 10.6.6.....the same advice applies if you are running OS X Lion.

Or, you can download and run the Finder options: 'Show hidden and system files' option and then click Relaunch Finder to unhide......and deselect the Finder options: 'Show hidden and system files' option and then click Relaunch Finder to hide......

Stage 1. Inserting the MBR modified OSInstall.mpkg package and OSInstall Unix executable file in place of the ones that the downloaded OS X Mountain Lion Installer on your bootable GPT USB Flash Drive Installer uses

[13] Unzip the file in the downloaded verdant_Mountain_LIon_Support_Files_v1.0 folder and then from the open i386 folder, copy via Terminal, the cdboot file into /Users/"User Name"/Desktop/OS_X_10.8_Base_Sys_SLDVD/usr/standalone/i386, or, in non-Terminal "speak" go to Desktop >>>> OS_X_10.8_Base_Sys_SLDVD >>>> usr >>>> standalone >>>> i386, and then 'drag and drop' the cdboot file from the open source i386 folder into the target i386 folder.

Upon booting the first time the graphics were sluggish and it could only run at 10204x768. There are a number of posts on the topic of video drivers, the problem is some of them are dated. NVinject worked for my 10.5.2 Kalyway install, but did not work for the 10.5.6 retail. Instead I had to use EFI Studio (found in the v4.4 package from earlier) and selected the 8600 GT 512 MB item. ![efistudio]( )Then I clicked "Add Device" which brought up this window:

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For the most complete and accurate listing of supported GPUs,please see the Supported Products List, available from the NVIDIALinux x86_64 Graphics Driver download page. Please go to , follow theArchive link under the Linux x86_64 heading, follow the link forthe 410.104 driver, and then go to the Supported ProductsList.

Note that the list of supported GPU products provided below andon the driver download page is provided to indicate which GPUs aresupported by a particular driver version. Some designsincorporating supported GPUs may not be compatible with the NVIDIALinux driver: in particular, notebook and all-in-one desktopdesigns with switchable (hybrid) or Optimus graphics will not workif means to disable the integrated graphics in hardware are notavailable. Hardware designs will vary from manufacturer tomanufacturer, so please consult with a system's manufacturer todetermine whether that particular system is compatible.

With earlier series of cards the names are broken up into a 4 digit model number, with an occasional suffix on the end.As an example we can use the GeForce 8600GTS.The first digit is the series the card belongs to, in this case an 8 series. The second digit, the 6, is to signify the cards power range within that series. A 6 signifies a mid-range power, 8 for high end enthusiast card, and a 4/5 for low-end cards intended mainly for multimedia uses. The "00" are meaningless. The suffix can indicate minor changes from the base card, such as over-clocking or additional RAM. As in this example the 8600GTS comes with a 675mhz core, compared to the 8600GT with a 540 MHz core. The GS suffix indicates an inferior version of the base card (e.g. 7600 GS performs poorer than 7600 GT).

Now while I try to game in my VM with onboard graphics enabled in my host bios, the games lag and I get 20FPS if not less, however when I disabled the onboard graphics in the bios and ran the VM I was getting 50-150 FPS and everything was smooth however my 2nd monitor did not work. My only guess is when onboard graphics are enabled VMWare Workstation runs the Graphics off that and not my GTX 960? If I'm correct is there a way I can make VMWare Workstation run off my main GPU without disabling the onboard graphics?

SWEET! Yes, that seems to have fixed the issue! I am now getting around 100FPS in my VM. What I have done to keep my 2nd display always working, I got a Display to VGA adapter and plugged it in my GPU display port. I went to Device Manager and disabled the intel driver. I figured to keep it enabled in the bios in case my GPU dies I can still get in my PC. :smileygrin:


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