Building My $1,200 Hackintosh(

over 4 years ago from Mike Rundle, Designer, Engineer, Writer @ Flyosity

  • Pete Sadler, over 4 years ago

    For balance I run a Hack' (for the last 5 years) and have never had any issues whatsoever. Can't say the same for my MBA....

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    • Martin Velchevski, over 4 years ago (edited over 4 years ago )

      Honestly, I was running a lot of custom kexts (I had a clocked 2600k with speed step working), my setup was quite dangerously balanced. I know that if you go kosher and don't go overboard with the customisations it can be a solid machine. However there was always this fear on the back of my head that something just might go wrong. Especially if you're deep into a project, last thing you would want is to spend a day re-setting up your machine. But yeah... in the end if Apple fails to release a solid update to their current hardware line by the end of the year - I'll be forced to go Hackintosh once again. I'm won't be paying premium money for a mediocre machine.

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