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Me gustaría saber si es posible instalar Snow Leopard en procesadores Sandy Bridge o Ivy Bridge. No quiero las florituras de Lion o Mountain Lion, ni tampoco uso iCloud ni aplicaciones a pantalla completa... probé durante meses Lion pero volví a Snow Leopard. Por eso quiero usar el que para mi es el último OS X verdaderamente estable y rápido. La idea es comprar un procesador y placa que me sirva para montar un hack compatible con los modelos nuevos para poder instalar OS X modernos por si sacan un OS X en el futuro que realmente me convenza para dejar de usar Snow Leopard que para mi es el mejor OS X por estabilidad y rapidez.

 

Estoy analizando la compatibilidad de estos procesadores para ser usados con Snow Leopard:

i7-2600K Sandy Bridge 3.4GHz (3.8GHz Turbo Boost) 275€

i7-3770K Ivy Bridge 3.5GHz (3.9GHz Turbo Boost) 333€

 

Ambos son para placas LGA1155 y por lo que he leido hasta ahora parece que no merece la pena comprar el Ivy Bridge porque no se gana mucho y se calientan bastante. Parece que el paso a 22nm respecto los Sandy que son de 32nm les está trayendo problemas de temperatura.

 

Así que me centro en el i7-2600K si es que no me recomendáis algo mejor. La idea será acompañarlo de 16GB de RAM para empezar.

 

Muchas gracias.

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Muchas gracias. Entonces está claro, si puedo instalar Snow Leopard, es más barato y no tiene los problemas de temperatura de los Ivy me quedo con el i7-2600K.

 

A falta de escoger una placa Gigabyte Z68 y una gráfica compatible y como soy novato en esto de los hacks mi pregunta es simple:

¿cual es la manera más fácil, compatible y estable de instalarme Snow Leopard retail en un hack con i7-2600K? He buscado y me gustaría saber si me serviría el (ENLACE PROHIBIDO) o me recomendáis alguna otra opción.

 

Muchas gracias

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