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    Default Suggestion for a Hackintosh build

    One of my friend is going to buy a new system and I suggested since he is going to buy from scratch then to also make it Hackintosh compatible.
    Please refer to this list of hardware that are Hackintosh compatible.
    But I had some questions of my own:

    Mobo: Has to be Z97 but which one? At least 16GB support and Asus
    Processor: i5 4690
    RAM: G.Skill Ripjaws 4GB X 2
    SSD: 256 GB but which one should be best?
    PSU: Enough to support above
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    Seek out hackintosh forums and look at some existing builds by the members.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sybaris Caesar View Post
    Seek out hackintosh forums and look at some existing builds by the members.
    Sorry I forgot to add the link. That link already mentions best possible builds and compatible hardware. I just wanted to know what would be the best choice for motherboard, SSD and PSU depending on my locality (BD) and preferences just like any other suggestions in the forums.
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    Gigabyte motherboards are a must if you're going to be building a hackintosh. The GA-Z97-D3H is a good board to look at.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fox Mulder View Post
    Gigabyte motherboards are a must if you're going to be building a hackintosh. The GA-Z97-D3H is a good board to look at.
    Why Gigabyte if you don't mind me asking? Asus is also there in the compatibility list and I personally have good experience with it (even after fried LAN and distorted VGA it works). Also does form factor makes much difference?
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    Quote Originally Posted by йЦммєя³¹ View Post
    Why Gigabyte if you don't mind me asking? Asus is also there in the compatibility list and I personally have good experience with it (even after fried LAN and distorted VGA it works). Also does form factor makes much difference?
    Please don't ask these questions, because it's all there in tonymacx86.com and please do your own research. Ask anything that is not answered in that forum.

    BTW, Gigabyte got much more builds than ASUS because of the compatibility with OSX. From my personal experience please go with GIGABYTE if your aiming for Hackintosh. As for the parts search those parts you like from that forum in google adding a suffix "in bangladesh" and pretty much it. My hackintosh build:

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    Does every Mac need expensive hardware to work?

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    Quick question: can Mac OS X and Windows OS be dual-booted @solidfoxhound ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sybaris Caesar View Post
    Quick question: can Mac OS X and Windows OS be dual-booted @solidfoxhound ?
    Yup. But it's always good to dual boot with separate hdd. Had a lot of sour experience of Dual-booting...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    Does every Mac need expensive hardware to work?
    No. IIRC hackintosh builds need to be built in a way that the components match an existing Mac.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    Does every Mac need expensive hardware to work?
    Not necessarily, but mATX boards doesn't work well because of the LAN chipsets being of Realtek. It works better with Intel chips. It's supported by the kernel of OSX.

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    Quote Originally Posted by solidfoxhound View Post
    Yup. But it's always good to dual boot with separate hdd. Had a lot of sour experience of Dual-booting...
    They don't use NTFS? :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sybaris Caesar View Post
    They don't use NTFS? :/
    Nope brother. It uses ext4 like linux does and also it's propitiatory signed by apple and open source user can't even use Mac OSx Journled partition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by solidfoxhound View Post
    Please don't ask these questions, because it's all there in tonymacx86.com and please do your own research. Ask anything that is not answered in that forum.

    BTW, Gigabyte got much more builds than ASUS because of the compatibility with OSX. From my personal experience please go with GIGABYTE if your aiming for Hackintosh. As for the parts search those parts you like from that forum in google adding a suffix "in bangladesh" and pretty much it. My hackintosh build:
    Really appreciate your reply since you already have a Hackintosh build
    But THESE are exactly the kind of questions that are suppose to be asked in this forum and that is what forums are for
    If I hadn't posted a question here would you go out of your way to post that you have a Hackintosh build and its config
    Really surprised how properly asked questions are ignored or discouraged here in the forums these days but profane language and sheer stupidity goes on and on for pages

    Quote Originally Posted by solidfoxhound View Post
    2. Gigabyte GTX 970 G1 Gaming GPU
    If you don't mind me asking:
    Do you or did you face any problems with this in your Hackintosh?
    Also what casing do you have?


    Quote Originally Posted by solidfoxhound View Post
    Yup. But it's always good to dual boot with separate hdd. Had a lot of sour experience of Dual-booting...
    So you have one OS on your SSD and another in HDD?
    AFAIK separate partitions should be enough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by йЦммєя³¹ View Post
    Really appreciate your reply since you already have a Hackintosh build
    But THESE are exactly the kind of questions that are suppose to be asked in this forum and that is what forums are for
    If I hadn't posted a question here would you go out of your way to post that you have a Hackintosh build and its config
    Really surprised how properly asked questions are ignored or discouraged here in the forums these days but profane language and sheer stupidity goes on and on for pages


    If you don't mind me asking:
    Do you or did you face any problems with this in your Hackintosh?
    Also what casing do you have?



    So you have one OS on your SSD and another in HDD?
    AFAIK separate partitions should be enough.
    1.Simple Google searches are enough for "dem questions"...(i don't like asking ppl questions which i already know answer of..maybe that's just me)..hey bro im also more than happy to answer your questions...just saying..u could do simple searches and be content with it

    2.No problems with my GPU.. it worked OOB..and using a generic ATX casing (will buy a nicer one in future)


    3.Ya partitions are good. It works, but OSX doesn't like other OS or Win 8 in that matter too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by solidfoxhound View Post
    1.Simple Google searches are enough for "dem questions"...(i don't like asking ppl questions which i already know answer of..maybe that's just me)..hey bro im also more than happy to answer your questions...just saying..u could do simple searches and be content with it

    2.No problems with my GPU.. it worked OOB..and using a generic ATX casing (will buy a nicer one in future)


    3.Ya partitions are good. It works, but OSX doesn't like other OS or Win 8 in that matter too.
    Thanks for your answers Much appreciated
    Never hurts to double check and get feedback before buying. Buying will cost me, getting suggestions will not.
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