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  1. WonkeyDonkey

    LGA1200 mini-ITX Board

    That Asus board is LGA1151, not LGA1200.
  2. WonkeyDonkey

    Anyone willing to be a 'build-buddy'?

    Users are encouraged to post in public so that other forum members may benefit from advice given and any lessons learned, which has always been the community focus and ethos of this site. :thumbup:
  3. WonkeyDonkey

    Solved > Blu-ray burner WH12LS39

    And yes, you could also just buy the power adaptor cable instead.
  4. WonkeyDonkey

    Solved > Blu-ray burner WH12LS39

    The cable you have now referenced above should work, yes. Please do not go back and ask questions in previous posts, it makes them more difficult to keep up with. Just post a new message :thumbup:
  5. WonkeyDonkey

    LGA1200 mini-ITX Board

    I saw a couple of posts on Reddit for guys who have apparently used Asrock Z490M-ITX/ac. They stated they were up and running enough to use the desktop but not fully configured.
  6. WonkeyDonkey

    Solved > Blu-ray burner WH12LS39

    Those 2 cables are the same connector of course, except one is 'right angled'. They are for data, not power. If you google 'right angled sata connector' you will see lots of options to choose from. Power is supplied through a sata power connector which is one of the wires from your PSU...
  7. WonkeyDonkey

    Name the Next macOS (11.0)

    Anything is possible in the land of hackintosh...
  8. WonkeyDonkey

    Does New Apple Chips = Hackintosh End?

    Apple are not doing all of this just because of the hackintosh scene. They want control of as much hardware as possible by bringing it in-house. The lack of progress on Intel chips in recent years has no doubt accelerated that.
  9. WonkeyDonkey

    New build advice: H110/H310 or similar?

    Asrock actually produced a Z370 version of the deskmini which would have been great had it ever been let out in the wild.
  10. WonkeyDonkey

    2020 is the Twentieth Anniversary of Mac OS X What does the future hold ?

    If the software transition is to become as trivial as they are making out, then support for Intel could last many many years yet.
  11. WonkeyDonkey

    Apple Announces "3rd Transition" for macOS: From Intel CPUs to Apple Silicon

    If Parallels, VMware, VirtualBox et al produce ARM related versions of their products, then some kind of virtualisation might be a poor mans option.
  12. WonkeyDonkey

    Apple Announces "3rd Transition" for macOS: From Intel CPUs to Apple Silicon

    Who else produces ARM based desktop hardware ?
  13. WonkeyDonkey

    Invalid object type for reserved name (_PSD: found Integer at index 0, Package required)

    Do a search / replace. Find: _PSD Replace with: PSD
  14. WonkeyDonkey

    [Guide] Asrock UEFI Boot Fix

    Glad to see it worked for you! :headbang:
  15. WonkeyDonkey

    Trying to download High Sierra from a Catalina hack

    Take a read here - some of the OSX installers were re-issued by Apple recently due to expired security certificates etc. You can download refereshed versions without needing to use the App Store. :thumbup: Edit : On some of them you get an App Store link, on others you get a direct file...
  16. WonkeyDonkey

    10 Year Anniversary of tonymacx86

    I miss them P55 boards. Life was easier back then :lol:
  17. WonkeyDonkey

    2019 Mac Pro is Now Available at Apple.com

    One perspective we have to remember here is this : this latest Mac Pro was never designed for, or aimed at, 99% of the population. It was aimed at true graphics professionals, such as animation studios, movie studios and suchlike. They will have no issue paying the costs of the maxed out...
  18. WonkeyDonkey

    Install Guide : Intel Haswell NUC Core i5 (D54250WYK) V3 (Yosemite)

    I'm afraid I don't own my NUC any more. I don't see why not, but I can't help you with that.
  19. WonkeyDonkey

    Name the Next macOS (10.15)

    That would be Snow Leopard :)
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