1. Coldo

    Video Editing Hackintosh (budget), what do yu think, what do I miss ?

    Hi !! I am wishing to build my Hackintosh which would be entirely dedicated to video editing. I have been using a MacBookPro for my own use, and PC at work. I always enjoyed working on MacOSX but I find very disappointing to see new Apple's setups...But, for now I can't get rid of Final Cut Pro...
  2. Totxolander

    custom Hackingtosh for editing

    Hi all! I have to say that this page is amazing! so much resources and help! I am planning to build a custom mac for first time, here are the components I want to get: Gigabyte SKT-1155 Z77X-UD5H Motherboard Intel 3rd Generation Core i7-3770K CPU Corsair CMZ16GX3M2A1600C10 Vengenace 16GB...
  3. ainsophaur

    Conflicted: Pro Build Reliability?

    Hey all. Been researching Hackintoshes for months now. Finally to a point where I'm ready to make a move. I really value your input and advice. Here's my situation: I'm a Pro user. I need a powerful video editing machine. For around $1500, I can build a kickass machine from the "Pro...
  4. Mario9999

    ITX mini beast!! for film edit! Please some advice!

    Hi everyone, I just bought my parts and I'm gonna be building my hackintosh next week. I want my machine to run Final cut Pro X, Photoshop CS 6 and lightroom smoothly. This is my list: -Motherboard: Gigabyte H77N-WiFi ITX (I also ordered a half size atheros ar9280 for the WiFi...
  5. Bad_Jason

    First Build <--> GA-Z77X-UD5H/i7-2600K/560 ti <--> My Thanks to the x86 Community

    [SUCCESS] Avid MC5/Adobe CS Workstation ----> GA-Z77X-UD5H/i7-2600K/GTX 560/16gbs RAM Bad_Jason's Build: GA-Z77X-UD5H / i7-2600K / GTX 560 ti / Fractal Design Arc Midi Components Apple OS X Lion 10.7.4 - no longer available from Apple's Mac Application Store Microsoft Windows 7...
  6. JamesPemberton

    [HELP] Hackintosh Build for Video Editing/Gaming w/ Dual Boot Mountai Lion, Windows 7

    Hey there, I currently have a windows computer and I just sold my last MBP in the thought of getting a newer model, but I think that maybe a Hackintosh would be a better route. I hardly took my old MBP anywhere and consolidating both into one case seems like a good idea, as well as being a lot...