Thanks for the reply, Jamie. It seems that, supporting your point, if you aren't doing something clearly in the mainstream of what people are doing here, there isn't much support. Not that i am complaining.
My hope was that by selecting components that have a proven track record, I could get that stability. There are definitely some reports of people getting that... It just seemed that after the motherboard, the graphics card was the next critical item, so i wanted to see what was best for my application.
I'm kind of torn between just getting an iMac ($$) and effectively being done with it, or still going through the process (and all the self-education) to build up a home TV/CAD/etc. kind of computer that will be sitting in the living room...
If anyone has any suggestions/experience on which hackintosh compatible nvidia cards would work for Solidworks, i'd appreciate it. I'm kind of thinking just a GeForce card would do the trick for the models i do (relatively small, but heavily surfaced).
Again, thanks for taking the time to reply, Jamie.
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