I'm seeking the advice of the Pro in this forum:
I'm planning to build a dual boot PC/(Windows 8/ OSX Mavericks)
I will use the PC until the haswell support is released and then install OSX.
The build as follows:
1.Fractal Design Define R4 case.
2.GPU: Gigabyte GTX 770 GDDR5-4GB...
Here's my parts list:
-Haswell i5 4750
-8GB Corsair Vengance
-Kingston SSDNow V300 120GB
-WD Blue 1TB 7200 Rpm
-FSP 750W Aurum Series Modular PSU
-LG 24x Super Multi SATA Internal Black
-EVGA GeForce GTX 660 Ti Super Over Clock Version
All packed up nicely in a Cooler...
Currently upgraded to Haswell,
Looking for Compatibility and more information on upcoming Haswell Support, Or If anyone else has got it to work,
4770k @ 3.9 Ghz
Gigabyte UD3H Z87 motherboard
32 GB Ripjaw Z Ram In XMP @ 1600Mhz
Corsair H100 Cooler
Corsair 750M 750W PSU
Asus GTX 660 OC 2...
I'm planning to build my first Hackintosh and would be glad about anybody confirming everything should work although there is never a guarantee.
Here's my build
Yes, I know Haswell is unsupported, yet, so I have to wait till October or so for Mavericks release and thereby FULL compatibility...
Hey Guys! Since Haswell is here and many are quite pleased with how it works, I'd like to know whether the parts I will be mentioning can work together or not. And FYI, I havent built any PC before by myself but I know enough about how to get things together. So here goes:
I'm getting a new gaming rig next week, which I plan to dual boot with OSX, as i use OSX for work.
I know this board seems new, but just wondering if there is a chance that this can support mountain lion. What do you think guys?
I was wondering if the Asus z87 gryphon would be able to be used in a hackintosh as it uses and intel gigabit lan used on some gigabyte boards, which I know are compatible. It also have compatible audio, but I was wondering if it would work