It’s Alive! — OS X Lion Hackintosh Pro is up and running (Part 2)

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 23

  1. Kevin Soares:

    For the SSD you need to install Trim using multibeast

  2. frededison:

    I’m guessing you have a serious problem dealing with facts. Try professional help to get that fixed.

  3. bibbler227:

    And you must be a mindless fanboy.. Run along now, it’s almost time for the daily Prayers to Steve over at MacDailyNews.

  4. koolsair:

    cable management.

  5. casid1:

    what case are you using?

  6. David Merino B.:

    what about the documentation of the issues you had?

  7. arani nane:

    Can anybody please post «FACTUAL » data when building a machine here ? real difference between what it was and what it it now ? most people say; yeah is ok is running is working bla bla but i like to read how it was before and how is now ..with this settings was and now is .. this system was booting on …25 seconds …now boots in 5 or info like that.thanks

  8. bertus23:

    You can change that in the SMBios.plist

  9. icec64:

    So. The «Hackintosh» runs on windows hardware? if so…will all the drivers work properly? if it works 100% I think i’ll build one and run the windows OS in a Dual boot config.

  10. tom dent:

    have you got ahci enabled in your bios?
    

  11. zhen86:

    why is this part 2?

  12. jimilocker:

    dem wires

  13. Jamie Harding:

    hi can you link to the url where it showed you how to do the speed test in terminal?
    im having the same problem as you did with a crucial drive

  14. DarkBoy687:

    how do you installed the os x?? never worked for me on my pc 🙁

  15. bestpctips:

    If they work with OS X then yes, they will work. Just check the OS support

  16. RockyRoady999:

    would razor products work with a hackintosh?

  17. Tech4Toys:

    I Love your hackintosh!!!!!!!!!!! i just started building mine

  18. HolyTechattack:

    There is no such thing as Mac Pro Late 2012. The most recent one is Mac Pro Late 2010.

  19. nickbouwhuis:

    Yeah. It is pretty important to leave it on what it says. If it says something else, you will probably get a kernel panic

  20. ItsVenomZzHD:

    a hdd is faster then your ssd

  21. ShadowxxPanda:

    Horrible cable management!!!
    

  22. JST1324:

    imagen if you bought a mac pro case and build a hackintosh in it! would be sweet

  23. Jezreel Callejas:

    thanks for this video series. I’m actually doing this exact build once I get off work! Your tips will really help on the process.