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Unique New York

Dell Inspiron 530 - Is OSX86 capable of running on it?

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Hello. I was wondering if my machine is at all capable of running OSX. I looked at the instructions line in CPU-Z and it says I'm capable of running SSE 1, 2 and 3.

- System specifications -
Intel Celeron 450 CPU (Single core)
2GB DDR2-PC2 6400 SDRAM
nVidia GeForce 7800GT GPU (MSI)
Currently running WIndows 7, and Ubuntu on a seperate drive (which I will dedicate to OSX if possible)

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Yes you should be fine. Graphics will have native support as the 7300 is used on the MacPro1,1.

 

Not sure if you'll be able run Lion/Mountain Lion (unsure of single core support) but Snow Leopard shouldn't be a problem.

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