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Placa base compatible con CPU integrada ?

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Hola, tengo dudas si sería compatible con OS X alguna de las placas con CPU integrada.

Me interesa montar un PC muy económico y había pensado en una Asrock D1800M.

La CPU es un Dual-Core J1800 y el chipset (socket) de la placa es el 1170 BGA.

La ethernet y audio si son compatibles, pero mi duda es si el procesador lo será¿?

Tal vez parcheando el kernel (nucleo) se pueda comenzar con la instalación.

Lógicamente para el apartado gráfico hay que hacer uso de una nVidia GT210.

Alguien tan amable puede aclarar el tema, mil gracias majos :)

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