Want to save $2000 on buying a Mac? Enter... the Hackintosh.

Discussion in 'Silicon (v)Alley' started by Durchii, Oct 9, 2010.

  1. How to save $2,000 on a Mac!

    $300 worth of memory upgrades on top of Mac's top-of-the line system components only cost this team between $800 and $900.

    All you Avant-garde users out there, take pride in the case.

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Ky9sowEKBo]YouTube - 1BOG Hackintosh[/ame]​

  2. ive had a computer on a wall before but in a box is never a good idea.

    computers are very simple machines to build, just not any fun to make parts for.

    but yea it looks like a motherboard an amazing graphics animation card, a power supply and a bunch of memory lol
  3. Oh, I'm pretty sure they migrated the whole system to an actual case once they were done making their point. I'm sure they're aware of the necessity of proper air circulation and cooling.

    The first computer I ever built in the mid-90's was fixed to a piece of press wood with scrap components from three different machines. Imagine what 'scrap' entailed back then.

  4. Ive had dual boot with osx86 for 2 years. Still like windows better.... mac is my women on the side.

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