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  1. 10.5.2 Due Soon

    http://www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/appl...1052update.html that's where you'll find it.. once it is posted.. which it is not yet..
  2. 10.5.2 Due Soon

    apple:softwareupdate:quit... despair
  3. D-Link DWL-122 & Leopard

    just got one of these on ebay for 6 bucks and hoping to get it working with kismac. will post results once it gets here.
  4. Updated MacBooks released!

    just ordered my 1st macbook - i figure by this stage they have the bugs out, something like buying a volvo 240 around 1990 looks like a solid machine.
  5. ToH x86 9A581 RC2

    it's also on bs, misc category, or search for ToH
  6. The Next Mac Cat?

    The genus for cougars is puma OSX Puma ?
  7. PC Premiere user - Now on OSX, what to choose?

    Thanks for the great info here, I will give FCE a go here and check out imovie 06 also - the new imovie is a skunk. Cheers.
  8. I've got a stack of minidv here that needs to be edited and moved to DVDs. I am most comfortable using Premiere however it seems this is not the best choice for my hackintosh. What's a good choice without going overboard - these are home movies, not broadcast. the new iMovie is a no go, tried it an too sparse. thanks.
  9. HackinTV hardware options?

    SN68PTG6 Technical details: * NVIDIA® GeForce 7050PV/nForce 630a chipset * Supports AMD® Athlon[TM]64 X2, Athlon[TM]64 und Sempron[TM] series (HyperTransport 1.0) processors * Up to 4 GB dual channel DDR2-800 RAM (OC to 1066 MHz) * NVIDIA® GeForce 7050PV graphics with HDMI/HDCP * 8-channel HD Audio with Dolby® Digital Live! and DTS® Connect * 1x PCI-E X16, 1x PCI * Gigabit LAN * 2x FireWire, 6x USB 2.0 * 2x SATA2, 2x eSATA * Bluetooth 2.0+EDR (Deluxe only) * 802.11b/g wireless LAN (Deluxe only) * USB Speed-Link technology (Deluxe only) * Fingerprint scanner (Deluxe only) * 250-Watt power supply / 300-Watt power supply (Deluxe only) * 310(L) x 200(W) x 185(H) mm http://eu.shuttle.com/fr/DesktopDefault.as...170_read-14286/ Hackintosh friendly? Here is another with HDMI, the SG33G5 http://www.engadget.com/2007/06/22/shuttle...outs-hdmi-port/ CPU support LGA775-based Celeron, Pentium 4/D, Core 2 processors North bridge Intel G33 Express South bridge Intel ICH9DH Interconnect DMI (2GB/s) Expansion slots 1 PCI Express x16 1 32-bit/33MHz PCI Memory 2 240-pin DIMM sockets Maximum of 4GB of DDR2-667/800 SDRAM Video Intel GMA 3100 Storage I/O Floppy disk 1 channels ATA/133 3 channels Serial ATA Audio 8-channel HD audio via ICH9DH and Realtek ALC888D codec Ports 4 USB 2.0 (rear) with headers for 4 more 2 USB 2.0 (front) 1 1394a Firewire via Texas Instruments TSB43AB22A (front) 1 1394a Firewire via Texas Instruments TSB43AB22A (rear) 1 RJ45 10/100/1000 via Marvell 88E8056 2 eSATA 1 analog front out 1 analog bass/center out 1 analog rear out 1 analog surround out 1 analog line in 1 analog mic in (front) 1 analog headphone out (front) 1 TOS-Link digital S/PDIF output BIOS Award Bus speeds FSB: 266-600MHz in 1MHz increments DRAM: 667, 800MHz PCIe: 100-200MHz in 1MHz increments Bus multipliers NA Voltages CPU: +0.01-0.5V in 0.01V increments DRAM: 1.825-2.575V in 0.025V increments FSB: 1.25-1.35V in 0.05V increments NB: 1.3-1.4V in 0.05V increments SB1.5: 1.55-1.65V in 0.05V increments SB1.05: 1.1-1.5V in 0.05V increments Monitoring Voltage, fan status, and temperature monitoring Fan speed control CPU
  10. Finally getting around to playing some games here - call of duty, nfs, unreal and even some old n64 games like goldeneye for nostalgia. what's a good controller to get?
  11. interesting thread.. i recently upgraded cpu+mb from an 805d to an e4400 - both oc'd. geekbench with 805d @ 3.32 ghz http://browse.geekbench.ca/geekbench2/view/4190 geekbench with e4400 @ 3.2 http://browse.geekbench.ca/geekbench2/view/15092 805d is a great cpu for the money but i suggest the e4400 has the best crunch for the $ now.
  12. HackinTV hardware options?

    anyone seen some nice small appletv like hardware out there that will run the appletv os ? hdmi out would be nice.. appletv itself is pretty cheap however i'd like to add a better cpu/ram.
  13. possible to do from osx to xp?
  14. P5LD2 SE + e4400, best settings for OC?

    right now i have it running at 3.2 with vcore set to 1.4, idle temp is 46c - when benchmarking temps go up to 66c - when encoding MP4 video temps reached 61c - i encode lots of video so that is the normal stress that the cpu will be seeing. geekbench is 4052 how are my temps? btw, using bresink's temperature monitor app - not sure how reliable that is but it sees temps for both cores.
  15. P5LD2 SE + e4400, best settings for OC?

    i was able to bump to 3.4 by increasing the voltage however while running geekbench i saw my temp reach 71c - a bit too high. idle is at 48c will see how 3.2 goes, thanks! btw, nice geekbench score at 3.4 = 4333 xbench is 165.27