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  1. Hi guys! Is it compatible Hackintosh with MacOS Sierra? Computer is this: Model: Fujitsu Celsius-R570-2 workstation CPU: Intel Xeon E5640 2-processors 2,66ghz 1366socket RAM: 24gb ddr3 ecc ram ( max 96gb) HDD: 500gb hdd Graphics: Nvidia quadro4000 2gb ddr5 256bit Thank you very much people!
  2. Hello please I have a problem with my hackintosh yosemite with a NVIDIA GTX 750Ti to allow the VGA port. DVI and HDMI it's working, but on my second monitor is working only the VGA monitor. Does someone have a kext for this? Or any solution? Thank u
  3. Here are my laptop specification and I want to know that If I can install any Mac OS X on my laptop. My laptop can run 64-bit of operating systems too. Please tell me if I can.
  4. Hi, in after days researching for a low cost and compatible motherboard for OSX, I can't found the best, i want to buy a full compatible motherboard but this must be of low cost, my budget for this is about US$110 ($600 of Argentina Money), the best motherboard that I found is the GA-H61M-DS2 rev. 2.0, is this motherboard compatible in the most part? Requires DSDT? exists the DSDT for the rev. 2.0? the other motherboard, for my budget is better , is the Asrock H61M-VG3, this cost 50% less than the Gigabyte! both motherboards have the same chipset: Intel H61 Express, and both uses UEFI. what we recommends to me? if anyone knows a more compatible motherboard please tell me the model in a reply and the compatibilities, remember my budget is about US$110. thanks and greetings. I'm have the Intel Core i5 3330, the 4GB DDR3 RAM and the Ati HD6670, only need a most compatible motherboard, to build the perfect Hackintosh. And if my english is bad please excuse me, I'm from Latin America.
  5. Hi all, I've a desktop PC that's a bit old..however I'd like to try Yosemite/Mavericks on it. M.B: GA-G41MT-S2P CPU: Intel Core2Duo E7500 2.93 GHz RAM: 4GB DDR3 VGA: AMD Readon 5570 HD 1GB (connected to a Samsung monitor using HDMI..running on 1920x1080) Thanks!
  6. Hi! I was searching for a notebook for producing music without buying a 3000$ macbook pro I found some good notebooks (i7 with good frequency, good ssd, etc etc) but I have not been able to figure out if they were mac os compatible or not I was wondering if anyone could recommend me some notebooks mac compatible around 1500$ (+/-) THANKS!
  7. Hey everyone, wouldn't it be a good idea (especially for beginners), if we collect compatible mainboards in a special thread (like this )? What to look for: Boards that have no USB issues OOB or need a fix. But in the end just work. Why? People (like me) tried every possible solution or guide offered around the net without success. I would (and I'm pretty sure others would too) consider switching my setup, if I knew for sure, that a particular board would just work. There are people in different forums saying their motherboards ran OOB.
  8. Hey there, I'm getting a new laptop to turn into a Hackintosh. Was wondering if this one is compatible with Yosemite.
  9. Hello, im looking for a graphic card for my build. I have been using integrated graphics (Intel HD 4600) of my Gigabyte Z87X-UD3H in my Mavericks. Now I have Sierra installed and I need a better graphics. I use my hackintosh for music production (Logic Pro X and Pro tools) also for video edition with Final Cut Pro X and Photoshop. I don't need a really hi-end graphic card, because I don't play games. I want a good performance working with this programs. Of course with a 100% compatibility with Sierra jajaja I have seen a lot of graphics cards, but I don't really know what kind of graphic card I need. Im not new hackintoshing, but yes with graphics cards jaja. thanks you so much for your help!
  10. Hi all! I'm new to the idea of installing Mac on my PC. I basically want to be able to run it through VirtualBox and I've seen a whole load of tutorials on how to do this but I've always run into problems. I would like to be able to get as many things working as I can, and I'm wondering if anyone has any recommendations on how I should get started? My Specs Are as follows: AMD FX-4100 Quad Core Processor NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Graphics Card Microsoft Windows 8.1 64bit 2 SSD drives and a standard Sata Hard Drive with 1 DVD Drive 16GB of RAM I would like to run it through VirtualBox if possible, can anyone recommend what version of OSX I need to set everything up? Thanks in advance!
  11. Dear all, Firstly, may I take the opportunity to wish everyone a very happy new year and thank you for reading this post. Having always been pining after an iMac, I have decided that the only way of getting one would be to build a Hackintosh. I'm relatively new to the forums and also new to the building of custom PCs for use with OS X (having spent many years building Windows PCs). I have drawn up a list of components, but I have a few question over compatibility. If you could be so kind as to tell me a) whether they will run OS X in the first place and answer my queries (see below) And thanks in advance for any help, support and guidance. -- Hardware 'Shopping' List -- Motherboard: GIGABYTE GA-Z77X-UP4-TH Memory: 32GB, comprised of (4x Corsair 8GB DDR3 1600MHz Dual-Channel) Processor: Intel Core i5-3570k 3.40GHz (Ivy) Quad-Core Socket LGA1155 Graphics Card: GIGABYTE GeForce GT 640 OC 2048MB GDDR3 PCI-Express Storage: Seagate Barracuda 3.5" 2TB 6Gb/s SATA Drive Optical Drive: Pioneer BDR-207EBK Blu-ray Writer First, a little about my usage/intentions. I am not an intense gamer, but I enjoy the occasional HD movie and partake in graphic design projects. Ideally, I would like to use a display that achieves the Apple 'Retina Display' standard, with a resolution of 2560x1440. Which leads on to my questions: 1) Should I purchase an Apple Thunderbolt Display (27"), will it be compatible with the thunderbolt ports on the motherboard, including driver compatibility and the iSight functionality? Also, will it be able to produce retina-like graphics? 2) I am aware that OS X lacks the ability to play Blu-Ray, are there any workarounds for this? More importantly, will it be compatible as a standard CD/DVD RW? 3) Will the on-board Bluetooth adapter work? (WiFi is not a problem as I have gigabit Ethernet around the house) Thanks once again for any help. Much appreciated
  12. Hello guys. This is not my first hackintosh, but this will be the first time to create a hackintosh with thunderbolt. First of all, i have read some info about MoBos with Thunderbolt, but im a bit confused. I need to create a working hackintosh with Thunderbolt 2/3 . At this moment i know that we got 2 options (Correct me if im wrong), -we can get one MoBo and ad a Pcie Card with thunderbolt (only if the chipset is compatible) -we can get one MoBo with thunderbolt integrated via USB-C connectors (like the new Macbook Pro) What are the possible MoBos that have integrated Thunderbolt vía USB (or directly thundelbolt ports)? I have read a lot of buyers guides from some webs , but a lot of that MoBos with thunderbolt enabled, are "discontinued" or without stock Should we only choose Gigabyte MoBos? I Have been too looking at Gigabyte website, and seems that the Chipset Z170 its the only one with Thunderbolt (vía USB-C) ports. Could you help me with these please? Thanks You So Much!
  13. Hi everyone, are there any working kexts or methods to get the Ralink RT61 Turbo Wireless Card to work on Niresh Mavericks 10.9.0? It's a cheap wireless PCI card I bought a while ago and wanting to use it on my hackintosh? Cheers!
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    Mountain Lion 10.8.2 + 6950 2GB = Bwah... HELP!

    Hi all, I've got a 10.8.2 iAtkos install on my Hackintosh at the moment. It's using... 8GB of Crucial Ballistix DDR3 1600Mhz RAM @1.5V 3570K CPU @ standard clocks GIGABYTE Z77-D3H motherboard @ F14 bios (F18 has usb problems, F14 works better) Intel HD 4000 intergrated graphics (currently what I'm using - not happy with performance) Saphire 6950 2GB Dual Fan edition on standard firmware. No unlocked shaders or anything, completely stock. So basically, I've no problems with OSX, it installed fine (I needed to use -x on install and I had to delete a kernel patcher or something from my install USB), and it boots and runs fine with no boot tags necessary. I'm not happy with it though, because at the moment it won't even boot unless I take out my dedicated GPU (the 6950). Once I do that it works fine, but it's annoying having to open my case every time I wanna switch between OSX and Windows. So my question is - how can I use my 6950 with OSX ML? Or at least not have to unplug my GPU each time I boot OSX I've heard that the 6950 does work with ML, but only on genuine macs and not hacktintoshes. On random forums and blogs people are claiming they've got their working - but never explained how. I've been trying to get all the info I can but it's all jumbled and different people are saying different things. Does anybody have anything definitive they can tell me about if/how I can get my card working with OSX? Thanks, Luke
  15. Hello everyone! I currently have the early 2011 Macbook Pro 15" but its been causing me nonstop issues on the bootcamp side and i'm considering selling it and buying a hackintosh-compatible (ML 10.8) ultra book. Even though I got a killer deal and got $400-500 off, I still invested a lot of money on this MacBook pro because it rocks the ATI HD 6750 1gb graphics card. My troubles are with the i7 processor not giving enough processing power when needed, and is causing a lot of micro-stutter and general load issues which I've tried to diagnose and fix for some time now but with no luck. I've tried disabling the W7 core parking, and force enabling turbo-boost using a program called throttlestop but still with no luck. Its not a hardware issue because I just send the whole computer to apple-care and they replaced the logic board and refurbished the whole thing. OK so now that I've explained myself, here's what i'm looking for in a new computer: *Completely 10.8 Hackintosh compatible (ethernet, wifi, graphics, etc) *A quad core processor of some type (preferably one with turbo-boost) *4 gigs of memory *A kickass graphics card (i prefer Nvidia), and a nice bonus feature would be if it had HDMI too *A multi-touch compatible trackpad *Relatively good battery life *MUST be a ultra-book (under 5.6 lbs I believe) I know hackintosh is a constant work in progress and its hard to find a completely compatible notebook, but thats why I'm coming to you guys! There's gotta be 'the one' out there. My budget is around $1200 as that is what I believe I could get for my macbook I currently have. Thank you for your help!