Looking for a Tester for Mac/Win NVidia Testing

Please read the requirements below twice - this is a very particular setup I need.  To run this test you must have either:

  1. A functioning hackintosh running the latest Mountain Lion release (OS X 10.8.x) or a functioning Mac Pro running the latest Mountain Lion release (OS X 10.8.x) and
  2. An NVidia 560,57,580 or 660,670, or 680 desktop GPU in that machine and
  3. The computer must also be set up to run of Windows Vista or Windows 7 in Bootcamp and
  4. You have or are willing to run the 10.20 beta (at least as a demo and)
  5. You can run command-line fps tests if given instructions.

Please do not reply to this if you do not meet all three hardware requirements; I am looking for someone who can do a clean apples-to-apples comparison of NVidia driver performance between Mac and Windows.

Please do not comment on the post if you do not meet these requirements; I am going to clip the comments pretty tightly on this one.

EDIT: thanks, but a user already sent me the test data I needed!

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About Ben Supnik

Ben is a software engineer who works on X-Plane; he spends most of his days drinking coffee and swearing at the computer -- sometimes at the same time.
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2 Responses to Looking for a Tester for Mac/Win NVidia Testing

  1. Roman says:

    Wrote on your e-mail..

  2. Thomas Kirk says:

    X58 board with i7 @ 4.2, gtx 680 msi lighting, 12 gig ram. I'm dusting off the cobwebs on windows7 but should have it going tomorrow. oh, Mac os 10.8.2, almost forgot

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