Well, sort of on TV. The gang at TWiT, a net cast studio headquartered in Petaluma, California, has posted a new episode of "Know How." This episode is a walk through of setting up a hackintosh based on the GA-z77x-up5 TH and GTX 670. The show talks about the UniBeast and MulitBeast methods developed by Tonymacx86.com and is a great starting point for someone just getting started. A previous episode walks through installing the hardware also, I highly recommend checking it out, and all the other shows they produce, including Tech News Today, This Week in Computer Hardware, This Week in Tech, and MacBreak Weekly, to name a few. www.twit.tv is the URL. It's all free, including live audio/video broadcasts and on-demand streaming and downloading.
The Know How podcast (part of the TWiT network) with Iyaz Akhtar and Leo Laporte, recently did an episode on making a Hackintosh. Tonymacx86.com was referenced for most of the steps through the episode. This is also btw, how I was turned on to this site and the idea that making my own Hackmini would be a viable option.
The tonymac method is totally safe once you do you're homework. I even use this build as my main machine for everyday computing. Zero problems...until I start messing around in certain places . I have the power I desired at a price that was easy on the wallet as well as the freedom to customize my computer piece by piece at will.
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