A hackintosh requires you to buy very specific parts to mimic the hardware used in modern Macs. Otherwise OSX won't run properly on the PC.
And SSD drives have been outperforming platter based HDDs for at least two years. It is literally part of my job description to know this stuff off the top of my head in case one of my 2600+ clients call me for information.
Dude, you might want to consider that you've said you heard all this bad stuff and when pressed about it you admit your information is 3 years out of date. You may just want to admit that up front then no one would be peeved about your statements.Quote:
Originally Posted by ipadetheridge
I mean 3 years in technology is an eternity. The information that you are talking about is from a time before iPads existed.
Your right, sorry for my ambiguous post. It's clear the other daw forums have no clue what they are talking about ha. I should have posted what I received from them first before I made this post. Sorry guys. Mac Mini with SSD is my best bet.
There's no harm trying, as long as the disk is legal. Also, Hackintoshes don't need very specific parts that mimic a Mac, I've seen (video) some Tablets running OSX (no VM). I've researched Hackintoshes, and even though I know nothing about motherboards, I know that the hardware on the PC does not necessarily need to mimic Macs to run Mac OS X (meaning without virtualization).Quote:
Originally Posted by Skull One
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Edit: also if you're interested in Hackintoshing, don't ask me, google it!
It is the way of life that there are many people who rely on information that is obsolete or false. In my youth, I had a old man tell me he invented a carburetor that got 100 mpg. He also claimed that the car companies bought him out. It was such nonsense that I had a time not laughing. But the number of outright lies people believe is hardly funny. Unfortunately, we have people in Congress that believe in 100 mpg cars, despite the realities of physics. And it is no different with electronics. There are does who think we will get SSDs with the capacity of HHDs at the same price. Problem right now is they have hurdles that may prevent that from happening. The future may still rest with hybrid drives for a long time, or someone may develop one of the many interesting technologies into a big change in data storage.
Well said sir.
Interesting thread :)
The discussion ranging from iPad3, Android tablets, PS3, XBOX, MAC and PC :D
Out of topics sometime can make discussion better, I really enjoy reading Skull One posts.