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Hi guys! 


Yesterday i have completed my new Hackintosh building :)



Intel Core i7 4770K (Haswell)
32GB DDR3 2900Mhz G.Skill

Gigabyte GA-Z87-HD3

SLI x Nvidia Titan 3GB

4 X 250 SSD

2 x 1TB 7200RPM Drive

OS X 10.8.5 + Windows 8.1


All work's :)



For test we used old Core2Quad motherboard and some old GT210. 












Full ATX was very big for this cover, so we have cutted all back from cover.




Looks great.






Painting - The hardest work …. oh….











Large Image vesion: http://s58.radikal.ru/i162/1308/16/dcc0cc3c9863.jpg





Large Image version: http://s017.radikal.ru/i431/1308/13/81c953532a2b.jpg


Thanks for watching, don't forget comment this job :) I think make some photos inside when we done all things for HDD's and coolers ready. I think at this week. 

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AM3... Core2Quad.... something doesn't fit at all.


Dude, no offense, but you do not read that this old hardware 
was used only not to damage the current hardware, just for the project. 
Very strange to see such a comment, especially because the hardware
in this mode doesn't mean a lot.
This is current hardware in hackintosh. 

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Nice specifications!


Also, I like your working place :D


I vote for it. :D

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