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  1. axedye

    GTX 980ti

    any success if Yosemite? My hack is in a coolermaster HAF mini itx case. It will have a 980ti as well as Intel Core i7-4790K and GIGABYTE GA-Z97N-WIFI One. Ill be using a samsung evo SSD and a separate 4 TB drive for DAW and NLE session files. I'll be running Pro Tools 12.x and Avid Media...
  2. axedye

    Haswell Snow Leopard

    Is it possible to get 10.6.8 installed onto a Haswell build to access the App Store? If not will it ever be?
  3. axedye

    From start to finish...

    My main question is say I am starting from scratch. I am building a Mini ITX build in the BitFenix Prodigy case, pretty similar to the recommended build with a few differences. Pretty much though I am using the same motherboard and using the 3770 cpu. My Q isn't hardware related, it's basically...
  4. axedye

    os x lion

    is it still in the app store?
  5. axedye

    $800 MBAir possibly.... ... acbook-air sounds good, $600 would be even nicer.
  6. axedye

    quick q, RAM question

    I am currently building a X79 Sabertooth hackintosh. Well first it was going to be a z77 hack then recently i decided i wanted the 6 core processor and a ridiculous amount of RAM. I plan to fill all 8 slots with 8 GB of 1600 mhz ram eventually but for now I have 2x8GB of ram. Originally I was...
  7. axedye

    the asus pcie thunderbolt card is real... ... therboards
  8. axedye

    PSU Q thanks for your tine

    Alright so I am.building an Ivy Bridge PC. I will be using: GA-Z77X-UD5H w/ WiFi Core i7 3770 16GB of 1600mhz ram I think the number is. nVidia GT210 Optiarc DVD RW drive 1TB Seagate HDD 7200rpm Upgrades I plan to make is add another 16GB of ram, a 6850 video card for minor gaming and another...
  9. axedye

    Asus Z77/H77 will support Thunderbolt :) ... 15598.html
  10. axedye

    Asus or Gigabyte?

    I build a UD3P C2Q Hack a couple years ago and I am very happy with it. I am debating between getting a new Sandy Bridge UD7 ... 02415&SID= that one specifically. Or the Asus Maximus IV Extreme which is more ...