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Thread: Hackintosh in a Macbook: กรณีศึกษา แท้ vs เทียม

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    Default Hackintosh in a Macbook: กรณีศึกษา แท้ vs เทียม

    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...op,2132-4.html

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    The comparison between a “Hackintosh” running an illegal version of OS X on a conventional Intel based PC and an equivalently-priced Mac has always shown Apple to be more expensive, but comparisons across different hardware platforms tell us very little.
    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...op,2132-5.html

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    On the same hardware, the legitimate copy of OS X ran considerably faster when using XBench or GeekBench.
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    Our Hacked Mac on a Mac was running about 18% slower for CPU tests, and 17% slower on GPU tests.
    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...op,2132-6.html

    If it wasn’t the fake SMBIOS that was causing the problem, our next thought was to look at the AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext hack. This kernel extension is disabled on all Hackintosh installations including so-called “vanilla installations” by either by removing the file itself, or adding another file to disable this feature. Once we re-enabled the kext, things returned to normal speeds. Deleting the file completely resulted in slower speeds once again.

    With such a performance hit when running a hacked Macintosh, the Apple Tax takes on new meaning. Other notebooks may have similar performance penalties due to power management idiosyncrasies--the difference was never noticed because no one tried creating a “Hacked Mac on a Mac.”
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    ก็แค่เรื่อง config เองหนิ ถือว่าขี้ประติ๋ว
    เคยลองเล่น Hackintoch อยู่พักนึง ปวดหัวเรื่อง Driver กะ config สุดๆ แต่ก็ได้ความรู้ดี
    จะใช้จริงๆ ต้องหา Hardware ที่เหมือนกะเครื่อง Mac จะไม่ค่อยมีปัญหา


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