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Fala pessoal

 

Tenho as seguintes configurações:

 

CPU: FX 8300

Mobo: M5A78BL-MPlus/usb3

Memoria: 8GB

Placa de Video: GT 1030

Quero fazer hackintosh nele, mas não sei qual versão de SO melhor para instalar e também sei que AMD não vai sem modificação, então preciso de uma grande ajuda vinda de vocês

 

Obs: Vou mudar depois do GT 1030 pra GTX 770
Obs: Tenho só 1 HD, queria fazer um dualboot com Windows, sei que vai dar trabalho, mas seria possivel?

 

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Olá, seja bem vindo ao InsanelyMac.

 

Cara Hacks em AMDs nunca são uma boa idéia, é bem instavel, e muito remendado...:thumbsdown_anim:

Até fiz uma pesquia aqui no nosso Forum pra você, mas não encontrei nenhum user com esse Hardware.

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É o que eu tenho por hora de qualquer forma :D

Se tiver alguma parte do forum especifica pra isso ou outro site parceiro que trabalhe com o amd, me recomenda

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