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Quirks in Mavericks

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Hi,


it seems Mavericks Quicklook on pictures triggers some kind of bug that gets the GPU stuck at 1.02/1.47 GHz on NVIDIA 6xx/7xx cards.

Can anyone confirm this and has anyone got a solution for this problem other than waiting on 10.9.1?


Also sleep has gotten really slow (20-30 seconds) in comparison with Mountain Lion which slept instantly. Is this normal?


Cheers Maroder

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Hello


You can try add GraphicsEnabler=No to solve problem


Many people noted MV is more slow to sleep than ML

I think this is MV problem.

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Using GFXenabler = No already as my card works great other than this issue. It seems to be a bug in Mavericks when previewing pictures in finder.

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