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Tonymacx86 Publishes 2013 CustoMac Guide

18 June 2013 916 views No Comment

Are you cheap? Does a bloody knuckle mean

Are you cheap? Does a bloody knuckle mean “ownership” to you? Need a modern Mac tower with lots of slots? Then rejoice, hackintoshers, because TonyMacX86 has published a fresh CustoMac guide.

When running OS X as your main operating system, supported and compatible components are extremely important. That is why we have created a large selection of pre-configured systems along with a list of options.

That said, because kernel-level Haswell support isn’t yet available in retail OS X, TonyMacX86 guide is squarely focussed on Ivy Bridge, which is a good thing — now’s the time to build a low-cost Ivy Bridge CustoMac that will be serviceable for a long time.

Ready to build? Already built? Share you thoughts and anecdotes…

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