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Hackintosh: Should you build one?

If you’re curious about how to build your own Hackintosh, Kirk McElhearn and I recently built Hackintoshes and wrote about our experiences. These articles, which appear later in this section, are great starting points for researching your own Hackintosh.

WHY YOU SHOULD BUILD A HACKINTOSH

There are many reasons to build your own Hackintosh. Here are the three biggies.

You can build exactly what you need, not what Apple wants you to have. From a pint-sized portable to a full-size mega tower, onboard video or high-end video card, hard drive

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