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Offline chrisNova777

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iatkos s3 hardware compatibility
« on: August 20, 2014, 03:00:05 AM »
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CPU:
- Intel Celeron D and newer processors are supported.
>> Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge CPUs are not supported (Core i3/i5/i7 2xxx-3xxx) <<
Celeron D / Pentium D / CoreDuo / Atom / Core2Duo / Core2Quad / 1st Generation Core i3, i5, i7 / Xeon 3xxx, 5xxx, 6xxx

- Some of the AMD CPUs are supported (Athlon and newer).

Motherboard:
- Please read with attention and do not continuously ask questions about your motherboard compatibility.

- Simply, chipsets from 945G to X58 are supported. Common chips are 945, 965, 975, P35, P43, P45, P55, G31, G41, G43 and X58.

Snow Leopard, 10.6, both in real macs, and on hackintoshes
is only compatible with Intel Core, Core 2 duo, Core 2 Quad, + first generation i7 cpus
Sandy Bridge was the last cpu architecture to be able to support 10.6.8 snow leopard
and the support was added in the 10.6.7 or 10.6.8 updates (i believe) which is why its possible
to "Transplant" a hard drive from an earlier 1st generation (socket 1156) cpu
and put it into a 2nd gen (socket 1155) system and have it work properly..

so here are some of the best cpus u can use for a Snow Leopard Hackintosh!!

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1st gen socket 1366:
i7 920 (nov 2008)
i7 930 (feb 2010)
i7 940 (nov 2008)
i7 950 (jun 2009)
i7 960 (Oct 2009)
i7 965 (nov 2008)
i7 975 (jun 2009)
i7-980X (march 2010) (1366)
i7-990X (Feb 2011) (1366)

1st gen socket 1156:
i7 860 (sep 2009)
i7 870 (sep 2009)
i7 875k (may 2010)
i7 880 (may 2010)

2nd gen socket 1155
i7 2600 (Jan 2011)
i7-2600K (jan 2011)
i7-2700K (oct 2011)

2nd gen socket 2011 (unsure - not confirmed)
i7 3820 (feb 2012)
i7 3930K (nov 2011)
i7 3960x (nov 2011)
i7 3970x (nov 2012)

stick with 1st gen for little to no trouble installing iatkos s3


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