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Hi I Just Bought A Hp Elite 8300 I3 3200 Desktop Computer And I Was Wondering If The Intel HD Graphics Were Going To Be Supported When I iNSTALL Mojave Or High Sierra Thanks -ALEX

 

 

PS: What Is The Better OS To Go For On This Desktop PC : MacOS High Sierra -10.13 Or MacOS Mojave -10.14

 

                                             Thanks Again -Alex

 

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No the 13 3220  its an Ivy Bridge cpu with Intel HD 2500 its not support by macOS

 

See CPU World http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/Core_i3/Intel-Core i3-3220.html

 

You need to use a PCIe graphics card like a GeForce GT 710 or another compatible graphics card

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