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Hi. I have this price list on the link below of hardware parts from the following shop . I live in Beirut, Lebanon, and I want to build a desktop that I can install Mac Mavericks as if it's a real original Macintosh . I don't want to go thru patches and I don't want to through code hacking stuff even if i get a newer release of mac, i want to update smoothly . I have no time for that. I want just to put the DVD and click  next  buttons as in  windows without thinking and voi-la it get installed.

 

My budget limit is 500USD.

 

http://www.microcity.../pricelists.asp



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I think it's doable but usually one either wants to save time and headaches and buy from Apple or save money and spend some time hacking up their own build. For you to get the best of both worlds you might want to have a friend build it for you if you don't have time.



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I think it's doable but usually one either wants to save time and headaches and buy from Apple or save money and spend some time hacking up their own build. For you to get the best of both worlds you might want to have a friend build it for you if you don't have time.

Look! I know how to build any PC. but I just want working parts with mac that would get it installed like a charm as they say.



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In that case I would suggest you make a list of components you think you want for your budget and then research compatibility. The link you gave has some Gigabyte motherboards, I'd start with those.







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