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OS X 10.6.8 in HP Compaq DC7100 CMT

hp compaq dc7100cmt sl snowleopard 10.6.8

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Sorry, there was some blown caps in the mb, so it went to electronics recycle center. What card to buy for installing Yosemite?



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Any supported card (like your old 6850 or the nvidia 8xxx to the nvidia 7xx or the amd hd 4xxx to the r9 290x) will work, along with a Mac Pro 3,1 SMBIOS or later



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If you really want a DC7100 Cmt motherboard, here's a link: http://www.ebay.com/...z-/200507994015

 

You should still buy a DC7700 mobo and new gpu because then you have core2duo support.

 

What about my windows install?



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Charmelon can boot windows. Just check out the newer MLPF threads on MacRumors.



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Ok.







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