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Old 25th December 2012
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Default Gateway NV51B08u AMD C-50 @ HD-6250 working

Hello OpenBSD users,
Last year I did install OpenBSD on Gateway NV51B08u with AMD C-50 processor @ HD-6250 GPU. It was working fine except graphics (couldn't run at native resolution)

I just downloaded snapshot amd64 and graphics works awesome. Christmas present for me :-)) I did not try any 3D since I have no use for it.
I am running 3GB RAM, but it will get upgraded to 4GB.
Suspend doesn't work when I close the lid. That doesn't bother me though.

Thanks to OpenBSD team for hard work making such great OS. I will be ordering release CD's.

I am attaching dmesg file for someone who is interested.

Merry Christmas or Holidays and thanks again
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