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  1. Gigabyte GA-Z77-DS3H Mac Install Guide

    thanks for the updated guide. Now I can start the long journey for installing OSX. I have now the following queries; 1. should I leave the 8Gb RAM installed or remove 1 stick to make it 4Gb? 2. I have the OCZ drive connected on to the first white SATA port (6Gb) where I intend to install ML, and another SATA (3Gb). Should I change something here e.g removing the 3Gb SATA drive? Thanks in advance.
  2. Gigabyte GA-Z77-DS3H Mac Install Guide

    Since I posted I have altered my components, where now I have changed the cpu from a Sandy Bridge i5 2320 to an i5 3450 [3.1Ghz] and instead of the OCZ Agility 3 120Gb SSD, I have an OZZ Vertex 3 SSD, 120Gb I am going for the GT640 as you suggested as well, I forgot to mention that my mobo is Rev 1.0. and can you please send me your BIOS settings just in case?
  3. Gigabyte GA-Z77-DS3H Mac Install Guide

    Hi there, I am reading this post, since I have partially the same components, as you can see below: CPU; Intel core i5 2320 socket 1155 Mobo: GA-Z77-DS3H RAM: 8Gb Corsair vengeance [2x 4Gb kit] SSD HD: OCZ Agility 3 120GB SATA III Here are my queries: About the mobo, what does Update the BIOS to F8 mean? I have no extra graphics card, and I need to know for sure if the CPU's integrated HD2000 Gpu will work for hackintosh. From many forums and searched I did not found a convincing reply, however others told me that the CPU is compatible with hackintosh, but need an extra GFX card and not using the CPU's integrated GPU. What do you suggest, an ATI or NVIDIA? I would like a low budget 1GB DDR3 graphics card, with DVI/VGA/HDMI outputs and that it will work natively with OSX ML. Thanks for this instructional post, and please tell me if I should follow your procedure or not, according to the components mentioned above.