jrafael wrote in post #16360288
Lol, again. Of course it can, did you check the youtube video that i linked, there is a guy showing off a dual processor (12 cores total) hackintosh.
Thanks for showing you can't build an equivalent to the Mac Pro for £850 ($1350).
Since apple moved to intel processors its easy to piece together high quality/performance equipment for less than "real" mac.
I know all about hackintoshes. I've built 4 of them and one still runs my home theater.
even after adding the rest of the needing componets (gpu, psu, etc) the new mac pro its going to cost probably 2x or more than that.
You'll find that it's closer to the cost of a Mac Pro than half price.
There is a very detailed step by step guide in this link, perhaps will help clear some of the FUD that has been posted.
What FUD has been posted?
Luckless wrote in post #16360330
Will 128 GB of ram out preform 64GB in many applications that most users will run into?
No, but that's not the point. The point is you can't build a Mac Pro-equivalent hackintosh for $1350. You can build an iMac-equivalent hackintosh but it will be about the same cost, sans display. I went through this a few years ago. In the end, with all the features of an iMac minus the cost of a 27" H-IPS display, the hackintosh was a bit more expensive, and that's not counting my time assembling it and troubleshooting the installation.
"Raw" is not an acronym, abbreviation, nor a proper noun; thus, it should not be in capital letters.