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help me choose laptop for hackintosh

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hello all,

i am now a fan of hackintosh :) i m not able to get my laptop to work so i m planning to sell it buy a new one with nvidia gfx card and better hardware i m a bit confused of which one to go for so any suggestions are welcome thanks in advance so i have short listed a few of them of my liking :)

Sony VPC-EH2M1R

 

 

Intel i5-2430M 2400 MHz / 4096MB / 500GB / nVidia GeForce G 410M .it has atheros wifi and realtek ethernet card

 

Asus A53SC

 

i7-2670QM(2.2Ghz)/ 4Gb/ 500Gb/ GF GT520MX 1024Mb/ its has atheros wifi and gigabit ethernet card i m not sure which :$ i guess realtek.

 

DELL Inspiron N5110-8011 Black (HD)

 

i7 2670QM(2.2), 4096 ram, 500Gb, NVidia GT525M 1Gb, DVD-SMulti, WiFi, it has dell wifi 1702 i m not sure if its compatible with os x

 

Acer Aspire 5750G-2454G50Mnkk

 

i5 2450M(2.5), 4096 ram, 500gb, NVidia GT630M 1Gb is nvidia 6xx supported?

 

Dell Inspiron N5110 /5110-4471

 

Core i7-2630QM 2ghz 4gb 500gb ram GeForce GT525M 1ГБ dell wifi 1702

 

prices are almost the same with maximum of 35-50$ difference so i m very confused :) please help me thank you all

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Better you choose a ATI Graphics card, please correct me, but i think they do not deliver any macs with nvidia graphics now. I think you go well with ATI, it has the best compatiblity with hackintosh

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I would prefer Dell or Sony laptop, but my first selection is Dell laptop. Also, the main concern here is how to choose laptop which is compatible with hackintosh having a graphics card, so it would be better to choose ATI for compatibility. But you may try a laptop that has NVIDIA graphics so that you can testify it on your own.

In the end, the final choice is still on your hand.

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