• the workshop

     | 
    November 16th, 2014 06:48 AM
    Hello, I wanted to share with the community some new themes I made. Please be nice these are my first themes!:thumbup: Download the one that corresponds with your OS X Version. Sorry, they look terrible in the pictures.:beachball: Yosemite: Mavericks: Mountain Lion:
    7
     | 
    November 18th, 2014 11:22 AM
    So I have tried my best to lookup all the posts regarding this specific issue as not to doublepost an issue... I have recently completed my Yosemite install... I have a GA-Z68X-UD3H-B3 mobo... I have been installing the newest versions of OSX since 10.7 .... normally I install the Fake SMC... along with the Fake SMC plugins... and the Monitor...
    7
     | 
    November 21st, 2014 02:43 PM
    Hey guys, so i just put together a new setup and i overclocked in the BIOS to 4.9Ghz (at least that's what the OC Panel and the BIOS show) but when i enter into Yosemite in the "About this Mac" section and in Geekbench it show's i am at the default 3.4Ghz. Am i missing something? My setup is i7-4930k Rampage IV Black Edition 32gb 2133...
    2
     | 
    November 11th, 2014 02:02 PM
    Finally, someone made a guide on how to create an Apple I replica from scratch! Tech Guru Ben Heck from Element 14 posted a video on YouTube a few days ago showing how to build an Apple I replica, just like the one Steve Jobs and Woz built in 1976. Armed with a soldering gun, in part 1 of a 3-part series, Ben shows how to solder and wire a...
    0
     | 
    December 7th, 2014 04:10 PM
    For everyone out there still using Chimera. Here's a little gift! My first "winter" theme: Background image was found through google. To install: 1.Make sure you boot into 1080p resolution > Multibeast > Customization > Check, Boot Option 1080p 2.Replace the "Default" folder under > Extra > Themes
    1
     | 
    December 9th, 2014 07:49 AM
    Does anyone know where I can find the System Definitions explanation when you install MultiBeast? iMac 11,1 iMac 11,2 iMac 12,1 iMac 12,2.... etc Mine is set to 14,1 but I'm not sure if it should be 14,2 This smbios.plist identifies your computer as an iMac14,1] or even 13,2... anyway, any specs to help me understand that section...
    1
     | 
    December 7th, 2014 10:36 PM
    I realize that, by definition, the answer to this question is most likely, "No," but I thought I'd ask it here, just so I could get a definitive answer: Is it possible to create some sort of recovery partition for a Hackintosh?
    1
    Page 1 of 3123