Hey guys, first post here. In the last few days I've searched about hackintosh, about how it works, how can you use it, and then I found the tonymacx86's site and I founded the buyer's guide page and then I started the mount a build.
I have a computer with windows that I use for developing...
Hello every1 !
I'm going to buy a new Hardware to build windows/hackintosh computer. Want to build something powerfull ( but don't need an NASA computer ) may be small and minimalistic design as apple does. Don't really would like to see rainbows of colours arround my case. :lol:
this is going to be my first hackintosh. Thank you guys, for all the handy info I was able to gain while browsing tonymacx86!
Currently I'm on a Mac Pro 5,1 Mid 2010 "cheesegrater" and unfortunately it doesn't support thunderbolt.
I'm tired of not being able to use my Antelope audio...
Hello guys! I have a 15 inch 2018 2.6ghz. 6 core MacBook Pro but the thermal are terrible! When I use heavy vst instruments it starts to sound like a jet engine. I tried everything including a fresh install of the OSX ,this laptop is just bad! I have had my eye on hackintoshes for a very long...
I have one Hackintosh on High Sierra working flawless and I’m trying to build new one on Mojave, main parts are:
- MSI H310M PRO M2
- Intel iGPU UHD 630
(Correct me if I’m wrong but I think rest is irrelevant)
But damn, I have nothing but issues with it:
- sound is not...
I dont see this mother board MSI MPG Z390 GAMING EDGE AC in the buyer's guide.
Is there any problem with this mother board?
Can I expect all components to work?
Thank you guys for helping me.
I want to build a new hackintosh for a friend, (he works with audio on protools and Logic Pro x, beginner) and asked me if I can help him.
I think that this parts will work but, with a 750€ or 800€ max what can be better?
Intel Core i7 6700K 4.2Ghz 1151...
I'm thinking about doing a hackintosh out of my mITX PC. I haven't done this before so I have some questions. But first; here are the components I currently own and plan on using in my hackintosh build.
Mobo: ASRock Z370 Fatal1ty Gaming-ITX/ac
CPU: Intel i7 8700K
GPU: Asus GTX 1060...
Hello, i was wondering if my current build would be a good joice and if some things will work?
ASRock Z370 Extreme 4 Intel Z370 So.1151 Dual Channel DDR4 ATX Retail
+TP-Link TL-WDN4800 N900 WLAN Dual Band PCI-E Adapter Will this work for AirDrop/Apple Continuity etc.
Heyo! So i recently purchased myself a new laptop, and am interested in making it a dual boot hackintosh. Thing is ive tryed doing this before and gave up before i was done... So i really dont have any experience doing this... in fact ive never gotten past clover in my old build.
Hello, I just wanted to ask anyone's insight towards my current build if it can handle Sierra, High Sierra, heck even Mojave when it's possible. If not, which version would you recommend? Thanks in advanced.
CPU - Intel Core i5-4440 Haswell Quad-Core 3.1 GHz (3.3GHz Turbo) LGA 1150
MOBO - Asus...
I'm in the process of purchasing parts for my Hackintosh and I noticed that I only saw Crucial brand RAM under the parts list.
I was wondering, has anyone successfully tested other brands or am I limited with Crucial RAM only?
I just want some preliminary advice just before launching myself into building a Hackintosh.
I read extensively about how to go about it, the USB Installer is ready.... just waiting for my i3 7100 to arrive from Amazon. Unfortunately I went foe a Pentium G4600 first. Great processor...
planning my first-time Hackintosh Build right now, that will be used for Content Production in InDesign, Photoshop, Quark XPress, Acrobat etc.
I still have some questions though about a fitting Motherboard since I do want to have the possibility to install a Thunderbold add-in card later...
I’m a student and I was considering buying Macbook for a long time. I have a really powerful PC for gaming and demanding tasks but I need a laptop because I spend more time away from home. My first option was new Macbook Pro 13 (without touchbar, I don’t really find it useful and it costs alot...