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Hello folks,

 

I've been converting an old budget desktop for my sister and got into a dead end trying to get audio over nvidia gt210 HDMI, a required feature. Every other feature of mavericks is working.

 

The system sports an i3 3240 and I realized I could exchange that for an i3 3225 with HD4000 and get closer to supported hardware.

Are there any pitfalls I should consider before buying the CPU? Like Yosemite compatibility or possibly HDMI audio, which seems to have good support from the guides I found

 

Other specs:

Ga-b75m-d3h

Kingston 8gb

WD 1tb

Samsung LCD TV/monitor hdmi 1080p

 

Thanks a lot

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