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[Updated] HackinQuadTosh

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I built my first Hackintosh about 2 1/2 months ago. I was using a 680i mb, which didn't work out good, so I ordered my p45-ud3p off ebay for 150$. This system is a lot more stable than windows. I love it. Thanks to eep357 for the help on the Raid setup.


I will upload pics of the case tomorrow or later tonight


Case: Chieftec Mid Tower

Fan Controller: Mod

PSU: RoseWill 500

MainBoard: Gigabyte p45-ud3p

CPU: Q6600 @ 3.2

CPU Cooler: Freezer Pro Rev. 2

Memory: Kingston 2x2g @ 1068

GPU: 8800gt XFX xxx Alpha Dog

GPU Cooler: Zalman VF950

Boot Disks: 2x500g ST9500325AS MK5059GSXP in Raid 0 Striped (3 Partitions: Main Os x-10.8 dp3, Lion 10.7.3, Storage)

Hard Drive: 1x500g MK5059GSXP for Backup and Bootloader

Optical Drive: IDE Lite-On Lightscribe

Monitor: 42 inch 720 tv (dvi to hdmi)


Blackmagic disk speed test




My net speed. Which really doesnt matter



GeekBench 64















































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Awesome! Great to see pics of it up and running! Once you get the itch, it's hard to stop :)

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