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Updated this morning (CET) after 2 weeks of no updates, and the build-number is 18A389 (a "non-beta" syntax)
Sapphire Radeon 7950 Mac edition.
The trouble with such branding for me is that the product is just about lifestyle. Can become "da thing" very quickly, snd become "soooo 2018.......
Ah, cheers. That's clear now.
Many thanks for that!
Hmm.. thanks for the link (and I am impressed with your contribution to this subject!), but I still don't understand the difference.
Both seem to...
What's the difference between:
I read MP51.0089.B00 as my BootROM.
Mac Pro 5.1 3.33 Ghz (6 Core)
I wonder how Apple will address the fact that Apple wants tighter "security" in the hardware (i.e. T2 chip) vs. the "Pro-users" who like to...
That's why there are developer betas: so that app developers can use and implement the new features, and, of course, test and fix their apps. ;)
As an eighties Prince fan I had hoped for more "vault" stuff from that era coming out sooner that 2021..
Still, very good news!
IIRC Apple said at WWDC that Mojave is the last macOS version that lets 32 bits app to run.
You get a pop-up first though.
You can't even buy a phone for that. ;)
FWIW, I got a Mac Pro 5.1 - 3.33 GHz, 24 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD, Sapphire AMD Radeon 7950 - Mac edition, and installed beta 5 clean (via USB...
History always tends to repeat itself.
Someone remember the VCR business? Philips was first and best with the 2000 system, then came the somewhat...
Ah, that means the "block" does check which grfx card is placed... and the GTX 680 is supported and the 7950 is not... that is weird.
Oh well, I...
Works fine for me too.
Tested on Mac Pro 5.1 6-Core 3.33 Ghz / Sapphire Radeon HD 7950 Mac Edition / 24 GB RAM / 512 GB SSD / macOS 10.13.6.