First of all hello to everyone and thank you for sharing with us your knowledge.
Im a mac user for the past 3 years, but i needed a desktop machine and i made a custom PC, i couldn't affort a MacPro that i needed and i thought windows 7 wont be that bad. Well, they aint, but its still windows, im sure you feel me.
Im reading this forum for a while and i have read the most of the tutorials that people provide. Though i want to ask some questions, before i go and install snow leopard on my PC.
First of all my computer's specs are.
Intel Core i7 920
Evga 275 gtx - graphic card
evga x58 - mobo
I think thats what you need to know, no need to tell you about my dvd drives and stuff. I also have a spare new disk to install Snow Leopard. Also have a retail copy of snow leopard.
So, im thinking to use my hackintosh as my main computer. I do a lot of 3d graphics etc and i would like to know if its safe to have a hackintosh as a main computer. Problems with updates and stuff like that makes me a little worried.
From what i have heard the spec's of my machine are good to go for Snow Leopard, is that right or am i missing something?
I would love if someone can link me a guide for a complete noob on hackintosh for Snow Leopard. If i have understood right , every mobo has a different trick to install OSx. Right?
Is that EFI-x thing that i have seen being sold for like 200 bucks, worth it? Is this the easiest way to install OSx on a pc or not? If i only knew whats the "easiest" way to do so i would be thankful.
Thanks in advance, and im sorry if this has been answered several times, im just too confused and i suppose thats what a community is for.
have a nice day! and i hope i post my thread to the right forum.
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Posted 03 December 2009 - 10:29 AM
Posted 03 December 2009 - 05:36 PM
Check out this page. Look at the tab for "Hardware Compatibility". It only supports one mother board from intel, 3 from DFI, and LOT of Gigabit boards. Check all of your hardware by model number to there list. Then decide if you want to pay for it. This would "probably(?)" be the easiest way, but not the cheapest.
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