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    Quote Originally Posted by h4wk3y View Post
    thank you very much.

    But if for this mobo is here no guide, can you advise me some another, low price, mobo, which is tested (the best with some step-by-step guide)?

    I was looking into Hardware combos thread, but there are not low price configurations...

    Thank you very much...
    I posted the guide for your mobo o_o but here in Hackint0sh we dont have a guide for it...

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    I'm interested in your build as your parts fit exactly into my budget. Is there a guide for that specific mobo?

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    Sorry I've been away for a while - I haven't got around to this as work and school have slapped me in the face lately. Hopefully I'll be getting this up and running soon, but I did have a question - I know that SSD's make booting a bunch faster, I was wanting to get an SSD for the boot drive - doesn't have to be high capacity, but it does have to be reliable and low cost. Are SSD's a pain to make work with Hackint0sh? Any specific SSD you would suggest?

 

 
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