Linked by Eugenia Loli on Wed 16th Nov 2005 01:50 UTC, submitted by Jeremy
Apple ExtremeTech is featuring a How-To on building an OSx86 MacIntel machine that boots both OS X and Windows. On the same hardware, OS X booted almost three times faster than Windows, yet was a disappointment when playing certain games. Update: One more article about it.
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RE: Re: How to Build an Intel Mac
by astroraptor on Wed 16th Nov 2005 05:03 UTC in reply to "Re: How to Build an Intel Mac"
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I couldn't agree more. Just like the Vista betas going around. I mean, what the hell's the point of running it? It's slow and it's imcomplete. I used to want to be able to run OS X on my PC but somehow I wouldn't meet the requirements and it's so complicated and potentially damaging what would be the point?

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