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Sierra Hackintosh with Thunderbolt (motherboard CPU recommendation)

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I'd like to build a "Hackintosh PRO" with thunderbolt for the occasional time I use an UA Apollo Twin.  Looking for a 6-core I7 , and a motherboard that can take between 32GB - 64GB of ram.  I've seen some people getting the thunderbolt to work but it looks like its on older motherboards.  Any help would be much appreciated. 



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Check

Lga1151

http://www.gigabyte....D5-TH-rev-10#ov

https://ark.intel.co...-up-to-4_20-GHz



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If you want a 6-core with TB then you need to go socket 2011-3. ASUS or Gigabyte X99 are the most popular brands.







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