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w4r10ck

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  1. GMA X4500

    But then, won't we lose out on the extras (if any) that the 4500 has to offer over the 3100? Pardon me if I'm wrong... I'm not that much into hardware.
  2. GMA X4500

    Hi coldequation. Is it necessary to generate the lspci logs from within Mac OS X? Some of us do have Linux setups (mine is built around the X3100), so we could pull in Linux versions of the lspci logs if you want. Just trying to help.
  3. @Mr. Hurt If it's gotta be Tiger, then Tiger it will be. What about Tiger (which comes within the ambit of OS X?) I was hoping at least my machine would be able to run Tiger decently. Do you think the JaS 10.4.8 (Intel/AMD SSE2/3 + PPF1) build would be a good choice?
  4. Hi all. I have a fairly old desktop computer (circa 2002). Here are the specs: Intel Pentium 4 2.0 GHz (Socket 478, supports the MMX, SSE and SSE2 instruction sets) Asus P4BGL-MX/533 mainboard (i845GL, ICH4, Brookdale-G graphics) Realtek AC '97 audio chip IDE hard disks and optical drives (2 each) Realtek RTL8101L and Via Rhine III Ethernet controllers PCI IDE/SATA combo card (based on the Via VT6421A chip, probably unsupported on Mac OS X) 1280 MB DDR-333 RAM (will soon be upgraded to 2048 MB) Does my machine stand a chance to be able to run OS X smoothly? If yes, could someone kindly recommend me a suitable build (I am thinking of 10.5.4 (9e25) Retail or iDeneb 10.5.5)... Thank you.
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