tle88, on 01 February 2013 - 02:12 PM, said:
I agree with besweeet. Haswell is coming next corner. This type project has not enough resource to keep it up to date. Evolution is too fast. It is more effective to focus better and stronger software development, meaning boot loaders and kexts. in my humble opinion.
I hope this project everything well. Of course.
I am old men words corny meaning, excuse me this.
Yes Haswell is comming and we do have plans for it only
if it will fit the AOS
standards, we don't know yet if will be adopted by Apple so no point to even think on it now.
First step is always harder to make, after that is more easy, and we do have enough resources, just wait and you will see the magic
besweeet, on 01 February 2013 - 03:36 AM, said:
It's definitely an interesting idea, but the board definitely seems pricey for what it has to offer. Specifically, in regards to hackintoshing, most modern boards seem to have excellent OSx86 compatibility, with most people will to go the extra mile to do the research to get their particular components working properly.
I wont argue on price anymore, is pointless, I will say just this, here the most cheap motherboard with Z77 express chipset and 2 Cactus Ridge Thunderbolt ports is 200 euro
not dollars, and is way far from AOS
hardware specifications and goodies.
tdtran1025, on 01 February 2013 - 03:23 AM, said:
Clever, really clever! Price is relative to how much effort goes into building the machine, but at this point irrelevant. UEFI makes it all possible. I even fathom Taiwanese board makers will heed the call and soon jump into the fray. Nevertheless, this is the first ever. Frame it and perhaps some days display it at some museum of science!
The LifeQ looks so good, though I don't know how well it ventilates.
For sure I will frame it!