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Asus zenbook UX310QK, is it compatible :D


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Some specs:
Intel® Core ™ i5 7200U 
ddr4 8gb 2133MHz SDRAM
NVIDIA GeForce 940MX, with 2GB GDDR3 VRAM
256GB M.2 SSD
Integrated 802.11 AC (WIDI Support) : Intel Dual Band Wireless AC 8260
ASUS SonicMaster Technology.
1 x USB 3.0 interfaces 
2 x USB 2.0 interfaces 
1 x COMBO audio jack 
1 x USB 3.1 TYPE C port (s) 
1 x HDMI 

I have windoes 10 on it now, and i kinda want to use Hackintosh again. I had it on my Dell XPS laptop, where i needed to use a USB wireless adapter. Which was pretty annoying at times. 

Hope i can get a pretty good hackintosh out of this Laptop with most working. Bluetooth, sound, wireless and usb-c and the 3.1 jack stick. All that fancy stuff XD



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On paper, yes. However, you'll have to replace your wireless card or use a USB dongle since Intel cards are unsupported.

 

For audio, that'll depend on the exact Codec fitted to the computer. Try and indentify it.







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