A Hack Pro which is going to fly soon…

Another Day, Another average story. My Cousin who has this nice Dell Precision 690 Server PC. Which we (Me and Junaid) thought would be a perfect candidate for installing Leopard on. My cousin has to HAVE his PC work with 4 monitors. Which was powered by a ATI FireMV2400 which I knew wasn’t supported but, didn’t stop us fellow hackers. So we continued. We went down to our local Fry’s, and bought 4 GB’s of Fully Buffered Dimms (Server Memory) and a 500 GB hdd. We were on our way. We went to the Loft/Office and Installed all of it. Man 16 slots of Memory Heaven, after that booted from Leopard HDD and waited 5 Mins for it to finish booting, after that we need to format that drive, but wouldn’t show up in Disk Utility, so we are like what? We went into the Bios and checked it out, we soon found out the SAS Controller wasn’t supported in our Hack. So we switched both of them to the Sata Controller, It worked installed and booted, and guess what video worked! but wait not for the ATI but the nVidia which I forgot to mention. QE/Ci all that good stuff. It was nicely working, sound, 6 Gb/s of ram, but that stupid 4 monitor video FireMV. Continue reading “A Hack Pro which is going to fly soon…”

OSX on Pc

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Mac’s use the same hardware as PC’s. Theirs nothing different about the hardware that Mac uses. People out there think that a Mac is better than OSX on Pc well that is certainly isn’t true. A ‘Hackintosh’ can just be as fast or even faster than a Mac. Take a Look while watching the video above.

Mobile Me

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Is Push for the rest of us, like Microsoft Exchange, Mobile Me updates all your information and Pushes it to all your devices. Its a great way to keep yourself organize and share with other user. Mobile Me has features such as Mail, Calender, Address Book, Photos, and iDisk. It works with native applications, Like Microsoft Outlook on PC and Mail on Mac. Basically Your Desktop Everywhere.

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