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    Arrow Search the best compatible motherboard for a dual boot Vista/Leopard

    Hi everyboby,

    I have already an "Hackintosh" with a dualboot Vista / Leopard Kaliway....but after many hours of research, i never have a really stable systeme

    Anyway, I think change my motherboard can be the way to have a best system. Can you help me to chose the best one :

    My Config :
    E8500
    4giga Ram 6400
    HD 4850 or EM8600GT

    Thanks in advance for your contribution



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    Check the hardware section, theres some combos there and supported mobos, you can also check the HCL
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    Thanks,
    I checked the different compatibility list list but i really want to listenning some experiences because i really hard to determine the best one with the only information included in HCL...

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    Did you check the sticky in the hardware section here? the link is my signature too
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    THanks icchansan
    I read right now your Tread, it is very nice...However, you talk about working/or/not working combos, i have already a working combos, but i you to optimizing my system with an another motherboard...I think my P5B is the problems in my combo..
    Also, Are you sure about the ASUS P6T Deluxe working with 10.5.6? GA-EP45-DS3L seems to be the best one, don't you think?

    Thanks


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    Yeah that mobo works with core i7, about the Gigabyte, yup its nice, there even guides about how to install with distros and retail version ;D so you wont have any problem ;P

    BTW, those combos are compatibles ;P
    HP Pavilion Elite m9250f
    Snow Leopard 10.6.6, Asus IPIBL-LB MOD BIOS, Intel Quad Core Q6600, 4GB RAM (800mhz), 2x500GB, nVidia 8600GT (Works), ALC888S (Works), Wireless RT73 (Works), LAN (Works) - How to Install - Blog - Hardware Combos - FAQ by TJ2K7
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    Thks,

    so P6T is really stable with 10.5.6 and easy to install?? Do you test it??

    Gigabyte seems to be nice and the best one nowadays...This mobo can really used 100% of the powerful of my config (C2D E8400, 4gm Ram 800Mhz, HD4850)?

    I let explain why i ask this question, i installed leopard for used Final Cut Pro and i really need the maximum powerful to decode my video AVCHD (Sony system)

    Anyway, if you have any advice for me for this situation, i am really interesred,

    Thx in advance

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    Well 8 cores working man, just need to install retail osx to get it working with voodoo kernel, google it for more info, gigabyte should do the job, for your final cut pro, about the video, check netkas blog, hes been playing with that video card.
    HP Pavilion Elite m9250f
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