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Dell OptiPlex Compatibility with Snow Leopard
Hello everybody, I have been interested in making a Hackintosh for a while now. The only problem is that my main computer has an AMD processor which I know is not preferable to Intel processors due to both compatibility and community support reasons. So I am going to buy an Intel computer. The cheapest Intel computers I can find are both Dell Optiplex with Pentium 4 processers. Can somebody tell me if these are compatible with Snow Leopard? I looked around but could only find outdated info, nothing on Snow Leopard. The specs are:
Dell OptiPlex GX280
# Intel Pentium 4 3.0 GHz processor
# 1 GB DDR2 RAM
# 80 GB SATA hard drive
#Integrated Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 900
Dell OptiPlex GX620
# Intel Pentium 4 630 3.0 GHz CPU
# 1 GB of DDR2 SDRAM
# 80 GB SATA Hard Drive
# DVD±RW Drive
# Integrated Intel Graphic Media Accelerator 950
# AC97, Sound Blaster emulation audio type
# 16-bit analog-to-digital; 20-bit digital-to-analog stereo conversion
# Integrated 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet LAN
# Intel 945 Express Chipset
# 280-watt power supply
If anyone could give me current info about compatibility with Snow Leopard it would be very much appreciated. Thank you.
i try install optilex GX620 with leopard 10.5.7...it's work....u can try that...
then try search how to install Snow Leopard on Leopard OS...i think u can do that....
Thanks for the reply. However, I am now going to buy a computer with core 2 duo processor just so I can install vanilla kernel and therefore safely update through Apple.
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