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About dcai777

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    Hacking your Hackintosh
  1. Hackintosh computer for sale

    You really think the price will only drop 400$ after 7 years? We're now on 6th gen (and soon 7th gen) intel CPUs. Your GPU is much less powerful then anything that you can buy today. The most valuable part of your setup is actually the motherboard, since many people put hex-core Xeons into these X58 boards. Nothing else is even near valuable.
  2. Yes. Tony is a thief, blatantly accuses people of piracy while taking credit of his "contributions", and bans everyone who even mentions InsanelyMac. Of course, there's more, but yeah.
  3. Osx86 Compatabilty

    No Wifi, no graphics support, possibly no touch support.
  4. That guide is only for Pentium, i3, i5, and i7. QE/CI does not work on Celeron CPUs.
  5. OS X 10.6.8 in HP Compaq DC7100 CMT

    Time for a SSD?
  6. Is a Hackintosh right for me? And stuff.

    That's a nice build right there One of my friends has the fractal case, and it is extremely silent even with his sli'ed 780Tis so I highly recommend it. I would say grab a nice 750W PSU such as one of these: http://www.amazon.com/Corsair-Series-Modular-Bronze-ATX12V/dp/B00ALK3KEM/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1412558363&sr=8-1&keywords=corsair+750 They work silently and just work, powering in his case sli'ed 770s.
  7. Windows 10 - Discussion

    Windows 10 doesn't really seem to like my hardware. Boot up times are much slower compared to 8.1 and a fresh install of Windows 10.
  8. Is a Hackintosh right for me? And stuff.

    I would take the i5 and 660 as it is not worth getting the i7 for most gaming purposes.The motherboard sounds good to me.
  9. Is a Hackintosh right for me? And stuff.

    http://pcpartpicker.com/p/6PMG23 This would be a basic build I would suggest for you. Everything is compatible, including ethernet so you don't need wifi. No, you can use any 8GB+ usb to install Mavericks. You will not need to fiddle around much until a new Mac OS comes out, and you should be able to play WoW very well on the GTX 650. Both builds in my sig. are currently hackintoshes and are on 24/7 with no stability issues. You should have no problems with building a hackintosh.
  10. Windows 10 - Discussion

    Oops.. I obviously have no experience in gaming I'm on driver 340.84 which is the latest for my quadro.
  11. Mavericks 10.9.5 Total Lock up

    Only way to test for sure is to try Windows. I'm gonna say that Multicrap is {censored} something up.
  12. Windows 10 - Discussion

    Nvidia CP works fine for me with my Quadro. GTA San Andreas works fine for me, although it is a very old game... I actually prefer 8.1 over 10 right now.
  13. Xeon Mac Pro 3.1

    Do either of you guys have extra mod stickers? I'm getting my P5K Deluxe WiFi/AP tomorrow, and might be intrested in this. And where did you purchase your Xeons from?
  14. Windows 10 - Discussion

    Boot time is slower than 8.1 No real new apps AFAIK other than the start menu And windows feedback, which is just because of the beta status.