i'm really interested in converting my current configuration to a hackintosh!
Now i already know that running mac oSX on an AMD processor is really hard.. so i decided that i want to invest in buying a new motherboard and cpu!
now this is my current configuration:
AMD phenom ii X4 965. Black edition @3,7ghz +coolermaster hyper 212 evo Asus M4N68T LE V2 motherboard Xfx radeon Hd 6870 DD edition
8GB of 1333 mhz RAM memory 550 watt PSU
Now what motherboard+CPU do i buy?! and will this config work flawlessly then?!
my budget is around 350 euro's total(thats about 475 us dollars)!
Yes I know there's google and I was using it much lately, though I'm really new to Hackintoshes and would be grateful for any help.
So after many hours spent and cried at my desk I have finally made my USB working(cause I couldn't boot with USB enabled in BIOS) and so I bought usbWifi card and got this thing working. I have removed some kext files and after few or more tries I'm able to boot normally without -x flag (it takes some time, if there's any way to boot with kernel cache use please let me know
I'm running 10.8.2
I heard that it is possible to make nVidia GT 650m work if Intel HD 4000 had been somehow disabled - can't do it in bios, there's no such option. Yes I have installed the latest bios before trying Hackintosh.
However here getting any video card fully working would be very appreciated - I'm having strong lags while using LaunchPad and can't watch any video some webpages same thing. System Info is telling me UKNOWN graphic card 64 mb shared system memory. I have tried many kext, bootflags and device-properties in chameleon, deleted all nvidia files. It just doesn't work.
Only one good thing here is I have set resolution to 1920x1080 (full hd screen) with "Graphics Mode" flag.
I got Intel HD Audio. I have tried VooDooHda many versions, can't get it working.
Thank you in advance for any help, I've made much effort and willing to try anything that could help.
I've exported DSDT as far as I have understood what it is it can help so I'm attaching it.