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  1. Hello everybody, Within 2-3 weeks I want to buy my first Hackintosh. It's primary use will be music production (Logic X mostly). I've worked with Macbooks for many years but now it's time for a real workstation. Noise level is the most important part of this configuration (besides stability ofcourse), I really want this machine to be as quiet as possible. Intel Core i7-4790 Scythe Big Shuriken 2 Rev. B Gigabyte GA-Z87X-D3H or Gigabyte GA-Z87X-UD3H Samsung 840 EVO 250GB (OS, apps) WD Red 1TB or Seagate 7200.14 1TB (samples, projects, documents, etc.) Asus GT640-DCSL-2GD3 - passive cooling Cooler Master Silencio 452 2x Crucial Ballistix Tactical 8GB DDR3-1600 CAS Latency 8, supported by both motherboards Seasonic G-Serie 550Watt PCGH Edition TP-Link TL-WDN4800 2x Dell Ultrasharp U2412M Black, 1920x1200 each This configuration will cost about 1450 euros in my country. I want to use Mavericks as it's primary OS, I won't switch to Yosemite until 10.10.3 or something like that. Here are some arguments and doubts about the components. CPU and CPU Cooler The 4790 is a little bit faster than the previous 4770 and costs the same, it's compatible with both motherboards. I'm used to dual-core processors, this will be my first quad-core so I'm really thrilled about this little monster! I don't want a passive cooler because it needs more airflow (thus more and louder casefans). I've read many reviews and this cooler should be the quitest. Motherboard The differences between the GA-Z87X-D3H and GA-Z87X-UD3H are: 2 SATA ports, 2 eSATA ports, Display Port and a different audio chip. All of those things don't really matter to me. 6x SATA is enough, I don't need a Display Port since I use a dedicated GPU and I won't use the onboard audio at all (I currenly use an Apogee Duet 2 and will buy a 19" interface later this year). I tend to go for the UD3H, not because of the extra features, but I found a lot more success stories with this board. I've read stories about the D3H where a beta BIOS is required to gain stability. I need the latest BIOS due to the Haswell Refresh CPU. Storage I can't choose between the WD drive the Seagate drive. The first seems more quiet but not exactly built for my needs, it's primary use is for NAS-systems. The Seagate seems noticeably faster but is also noisier. I have no idea "how much" noisier this drive will be. Case and PSU The Fractal Design R4 has been recommended many times and there are no reviews between this case and the Coolermaster I choose. The Coolermaster gets very positive reviews and I like the design better. The Seasonic is very efficient and must be very quiet. I'd love to hear suggestions for quiter PSU's, this is the best I could find. Graphics and dual monitors I guess 2x 1920x1200 won't be a problem for a Geforce GT640 2GB. I won't use it for heavy gaming or video editing or something like that. It's the fastest passive GPU I could find which is OOTB supported. I don't want to take any risk with buying a HD7750 or R7 250. I'd love to hear your comments and suggestions. Thanks in advance!
  2. dellofdoom

    10.6.2 Studio 1747?

    Hello everyone! New to the OSX86 concept! Just trying things out! I have a Dell studio 1747 with an i7-720qm CPU, 8G Ram, 1GB ATI Radeon 560v, 1920x1080hd screen, dual hard drives, et cetera. I have been able to ascertain some information so far using i snow portable 10.6.2. I also have a copy of 10.6 on DVD (I have a Intel powermac as well). I discovered I need to use "mach_kernel maxmem=4087 busratio=12 cpus=8 -v" at the prompt. (I got through a "signal 8" error with the maxmem command). I can get this to start up and sort of work, after it lags on DSMOS for a short while, then continues. I get to the "Enjoy your mac" screen and it "hangs" with a blue background and a mouse (but I can still move the mouse like I'm waiting for something to load). I do this from a 32GB PNY flash drive set to boot. (I am doing testing for compatibility before I take the plunge completely). does my machine have compatible kext files? Is it normal for a thumbdrive boot on USB 2.0 to run so slow? Again, I'm brand new to all this, please be kind. I come for your wisdom, great deities of MACOSX86. (*humbly bows*)
  3. Salve ragazzi, è da un po che non scrivo sul forum, dato che sono in procinto di aprire uno studio di registrazione, per fine settembre gli operai mi consegnano lo studio finito e dovrei iniziare ad assemblarlo in maniera hardware, per prima cosa mi servirebbe un gran bel hackintosh . Cosa mi consigliate come nuova configurazione? Preferirei una installazione facile (cosa difficile) e la maggior parte delle varie periferiche o.b. (out of box). Io avevo pensato ad un i7 haswell 4770, almeno 16gb di ram,se non addirittura 32gb, un ssd da 512 per il sistema operativo e i vari vst e plugin, 2 hdd da 2tb per librerie e progetti. Voi cosa mi consigliate? Calcolate che mi serve la firewire 400 per la scheda audio. E ovviamente la cosa più importante di tutte è la stabilità, non ho un budget preciso, però non siate troppo megalomani perchè c'è crisi edit: dimenticavo una cosa importante, devo installare lion o al massimo mountain lion dato che logic 9 su maverick o superiori non va e con logic x non mi trovo per nulla
  4. DarkLimon

    Dell Studio 1749

    Hello, first of all, sorry for my bad english, I'm french. Then, I'd like to install iAtkos ML2 on my Dell Studio 1749. I hope you'll help me. I need to have Audio and a Graphics working well. I'll be glad to have Wi-Fi too but I know I can't ask for the moon. My question : What should I choose in the installation menu ? What doesn't work ? Have a nice day ! Here is my configuration : Core : i3 Graphic Card : ATI Mobility Radeon™ HD 4650 (1Gb) Audio and Speakers Intel High Definition Audio 2.0 Optional Integrated Sound Blaster Audigy Advanced HD Software Edition Optical Drive 8X Slot Load CD/DVD Writer (DVD+/-RW) Power 6-cell LI (2.6Ah, 56Whr) standard - Up to 5 hours and 12 minutes battery life1 9-cell LI (2.6Ah, 85Whr) option - Up to 7 hours and 58 minutes battery life1 Camera Built-in 2.0MP webcam and dual array mics Wireless Wi-Fi Options: Dell Wireless 1397 802.11b/g Half Mini Card Dell Wireless 1510 802.11n Half Mini-Card Mobile Broadband Options: Verizon Wireless Mobile Broadband Built-in Card (Dell 5720 EVDO Rev A) Sprint Mobile Broadband Built-in Card (Dell 5720 EVDO Rev A) Bluetooth Options: Dell Wireless 370 Bluetooth Internal (2.0) mini-card Ports, Slots & Chassis Externally Accessible (3) USB 2.0 compliant 3-pin ports HDMI connector 15-pin VGA video connector Integrated network connector 10/100/1000 LAN (RJ45) AC adapter connector Audio jacks (1 line-in, 1-line out, 1 Mic-in) 4-pin IEEE 1394 port 54 mm ExpressCard slot Consumer IR 8-in-1 Media Card Reader Secure Digital (SD) Memory Card Multi Media Card (MMC) xD Picture Card (xD) Hi-Density Secure Digital (SDHD) Hi-Capacity Secure Digital (SDHC) Memory Stick (MS) Memory Stick PRO (MS PRO) Secure Digital Input/Output (SDIO) Internal Card Slots 3 Mini-Card Dimensions & Weight Width: 15.46" (392.6mm) Height: 1.18" (30mm) front / 1.69" (43mm) back Depth: 11.36" (288.6mm) Weight: Starting weight of 7.87 lbs. (3.57 kg)* (17" WXGA TL display, 6 cell battery, DVD +/- RW, integrated graphics). Weights will vary depending on configurations and manufacturing variability. Regulatory Studio 17, 1745 = Regulatory Model P02E / Regulatory Type P02E001 Studio 17, 1747 = Regulatory Model P02E / Regulatory Type P02E001 Studio 17, 1749 = Regulatory Model P02E / Regulatory Type P02E002
  5. Math, Simple, Addictive. Playing with Math by swiping 3 figures horizontally, vertically or L shape. Level passed when sum of 3 figures reach the number in the white ball. Enjoy the game. Take a break, if needed. If you like it please rating for it. That helps us to create more and more awesome applications for you guys. And we really appreciated for sure. iTunes App Store Link: https://itunes.apple.com/app/crazy-triple/id898632943?ls=1&mt=8 Art & Creative Director Hoang Anh Nguyen From Freaky Games Studio - a part of Freaky Motion Co., Ltd GET IN TOUCH Hoang Anh Nguyen facebook.com/voklmun twitter.com/voklmun behance.net/Voklmun My Studio: facebook.com/pages/Freaky-Motion/1241099­04331611 linkedin.com/company/freaky-motion-co-lt­d behance.net/FreakyMotion
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