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Re: Hackintosh build!
« Reply #20 on: November 28, 2012, 12:15:50 AM »
who try?Supports Mac OSX and Windows daw
http://www.complink.com.ph/maqboard-p-6674.html

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Re: Hackintosh build!
« Reply #21 on: July 03, 2018, 08:37:32 PM »
I'm running a HackMini with this config:

Intel Core i3-2105
Gigabyte H67M-D2-B3
Adata 4x2 8GB DDR3-1333
Liteon IHAS324-27 multi-drive
Seagate 1TB SATA
Antec EA-500D 500W PSU
Hyundai X93W LCD
cheapo M108-A1 mini-tower case

Generally for best results you want to keep as close as possible to a true Mac spec. And a Gigabyte mainboard is a always a good idea. Better search first for ready-made DSDTs of mainboards at Tony Macs site, it will help you narrow down which boards are supported.

http://tonymacx86.com/

After 6 years my Hackmini has kicked the bucket, though it has been showing signs of impending death since last year (sudden blackouts and reboots). Traced the problem to a broken RAM stick. Hopefully I can recover the main drive files, especially my photos. I giess its now time to move back to Windows.

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Re: Hackintosh build!
« Reply #22 on: July 09, 2018, 08:08:41 PM »
I'm running a HackMini with this config:

Intel Core i3-2105
Gigabyte H67M-D2-B3
Adata 4x2 8GB DDR3-1333
Liteon IHAS324-27 multi-drive
Seagate 1TB SATA
Antec EA-500D 500W PSU
Hyundai X93W LCD
cheapo M108-A1 mini-tower case

Generally for best results you want to keep as close as possible to a true Mac spec. And a Gigabyte mainboard is a always a good idea. Better search first for ready-made DSDTs of mainboards at Tony Macs site, it will help you narrow down which boards are supported.

http://tonymacx86.com/

After 6 years my Hackmini has kicked the bucket, though it has been showing signs of impending death since last year (sudden blackouts and reboots). Traced the problem to a broken RAM stick. Hopefully I can recover the main drive files, especially my photos. I giess its now time to move back to Windows.

tagal din ah.  use a different drive na lang for windows os, (remove the mac drive first) and then using hfs+ software, you can access the mac drive for files. 


after 6 years, some other components might also go down south soon as well.  most likely PSU.