Hackintosh Pro Hardware Build — Quad Core i7 2600K/Sandy Bridge (Part 3)

This Hack Pro (2011) series includes building a Sandy Bridge i7 Quad-Core Hackintosh tower from start to finish. Please check out all parts, plus see the Hackintosh playlist for additional videos. Early segments discuss the project, demonstrates the system up and running, then goes in-depth on the hardware build, Mac OS X Lion install, setting up BIOS, over clocking, and then general tuning. The Hackintosh offers greater expandability, customization, and upgradability over an Apple computer. With a little work, this Hackintosh is not only stable and functional, but outperforms similarly configured Apple Macs. Total cost of the system was about 00, although prices change daily and could be build for a little more or a little less. Final overclocked Geekbench scores were over 16000. Hackintosh Playlist www.youtube.com Follow me on Twitter for updates and questions — www.twitter.com Part 1: The Hackintosh Project: Building a Hackintosh www.youtube.com Part 2: It’s Alive! — OS X Lion Hack Pro (2011) is up and running www.youtube.com Part 3: Hack Pro (2011) Hardware Build — i7 2600K/Sandy Bridge www.youtube.com Part 4: Setup and Install OS X Lion on Hack Pro (2011) www.youtube.com Part 5: Noctua NH-D14 CPU Chiller + Overclocking on Hack Pro (2011) www.youtube.com Part 6: Hack Pro (2011) CPU, GPU, and SSD Benchmarks www.youtube.com Part 7: Extra Functions: Bluetooth, Firewire, Ethernet www.youtube.com Intel Core i7-2600K Processor — amzn.to Corsair Carbide Series 400R Mid

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комментария 24

  1. DJMidget:

    Dude….
    Cable management.
    Learn it.
    /joke
    

  2. Morgan Knibbe:

    There allready was some thermal paste on your CPU right?

  3. Abhishek Bhadauria:

    can sum1 plz tell me if this mobo is compatible for hackintosh Asrock z77 extreme 4 plz…

  4. Bas burninhell:

    Not everyone has or likes twitter D:

  5. Skatrav:

    Yes, the processor is doing most of the work for basically anything. Having a graphics card will just take some of the load off of the CPU.

  6. JohnNeal619:

    is amd athlon ™ 63 x2 dual core processor 3600+ good for gaming? because i’m lagging at generals zero hour and blackops so much

  7. JohnNeal619:

    dude is the procesor is important for gaming?

  8. SMDpeps:

    does the graphic card work out of box?

  9. Jose Jimenez:

    Thanks for the video

  10. 3LeetNetwork:

    Gigabyte ATI Radeon HD 6870 1GB.

  11. northpaw2000:

    What video card is that?

  12. JulianKeizer:

    HEY PEOPLE, COULD YOU PLZ CHECK OUT MY CHANNEL? I MAKE MAC, IOS AND JAILBREAK VIDEOS, UNBOXINGS, TECH REVIEWS AND MORE!
    THX FOR YOUR TIME!

  13. eoinfen1:

    What PCIe cards are you using with it?

  14. BlakesMAC:

    Please go subscribe to @blakesMAC for Apple tech videos, unboxing videos and reviews.

  15. Roberto Lafarga:

    Hmm. Good Point, BTW, keep up the good work 😀

  16. wwwinsanelygreatmac:

    I think you should follow me on Twitter.

  17. greenekieran:

    Hi dude, was going to watch Part 4 that you linked in the description. It doesn’t work?

  18. Roberto Lafarga:

    I think, you should change that CPU cooler!

  19. TheMacSpeaker:

    that particular graphics card is actually great for a a hackintosh i have the flex edition and its great OOB

  20. JulianKeizer:

    HEY PEOPLE, COULD YOU PLZ CHECK OUT MY CHANNEL? I MAKE MAC, IOS AND JAILBREAK VIDEOS, UNBOXINGS, TECH REVIEWS AND MORE!
    THX FOR YOUR TIME!

  21. TheAppleManGuy:

    Great video Mike! Btw thats what she said 1:35. lol

  22. Ziakel:

    For best thermal performance. You shouldn’t take out the heatsink and put it back on again without reapplying thermal paste. The thermal paste will have air bubbles which hinder performance. Me, personally I throw the stock Intel cooler away since it’s terrible compare to a cheap Hyper 212.

  23. sauerstudios:

    Great!

  24. AtomicEthan:

    @wwwinsanelygreatmac Sorry, I posted that comment before you said that.