Thanks for your reply! I think I'll switch to the H87X-D3H, that one should do the trick for me. I've been told that de Cooler Master V550 is even quieter than the Seasonic. I will think about your SSD-only solution, maybe that's a clever solution for my usage :)
First of all, thanks for this great community. I've been following this website for years but I rarely post something but now seems the right moment to ask for your advice. Within 2-3 weeks I want to buy my first Hackintosh. My configuration is mostly based on the Buyer's...
No wonder it's faster, it's more than twice the price of a GT640 :D
I just found a passive Radeon R7 250:
The performance is equal to a GTX 650 but there's no native support for it in OS X. There seems to be...
Your CPU (socket 1150) is not gonna fit in your motherboard (socket 1366). Choose a compatible Gigabyte Z87 board and you'll be fine. Also, OS X doesn't support SLI. You can buy and install two GPU's, but they will work seperatly.
After some more research, I'm dropping the HD7750 as an option. I'll buy the GT640 and might swap that card if there will be a better passive card in the future. Which GT640 do you use? I'm planning to buy this Asus GT640-DCSL-2GD3:
Both cards are still available in The Netherlands. The Asus GT640 2GB (GDDR3, also passive) sells for 80 euros and the Sapphire HD7750 1GB (GDDR5) sells for 100 euros, so price and availability aren't a problem.
I'm planning to build a hackintosh at the end of the summer. It's primary use will be Logic Pro X, some web development and a little bit of Photoshop. Since this will be my first hackintosh, I'll follow the Buyers Guides as much as possible. I've one question though :)
I want two buy two...