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Will Final Cut Pro X work?

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Hi everyone! This is my first post on here and I've already got a PC I built last summer ready for a Hackintosh treatment.
Currently I am running Windows 7 on:
  • Intel i7 2600k
  • MSI Z68A-GD65 G3
  • 8GB RAM
  • Integrated Graphics (HD3000)
I've been using VMware to run OS X 10.7.5 and 10.8 and it works great. However, I'm wanting to turn this into a dedicated OS X machine. The whole reason for doing this is so I can use Final Cut Pro X. Now, the issue I've run into with VMware is that FCPX won't open because the graphics aren't compatible (emulated, low memory). I just want to make sure that once I install OS X as a dedicated OS, that it will work.

So my question is: does FCPX work on a Hackintosh? :D

Thanks!
 
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Hi everyone! This is my first post on here and I've already got a PC I built last summer ready for a Hackintosh treatment.
Currently I am running Windows 7 on:
  • Intel i7 2600k
  • MSI Z68A-GD65 G3
  • 8GB RAM
  • Integrated Graphics (HD3000)
I've been using VMware to run OS X 10.7.5 and 10.8 and it works great. However, I'm wanting to turn this into a dedicated OS X machine. The whole reason for doing this is so I can use Final Cut Pro X. Now, the issue I've run into with VMware is that FCPX won't open because the graphics aren't compatible (emulated, low memory). I just want to make sure that once I install OS X as a dedicated OS, that it will work.

So my question is: does FCPX work on a Hackintosh? :D

Thanks!

I have FCPX installed on my hack, works fine. Would imagine your hardware, specifically your video card choice, will ultimately determine if it works.
 
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Hi friend...in my opinion please consider another VGA option, with most powerful opencl support...
 
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