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Ivy Bridge Hackintosh Builds 2012

Intel’s “Ivy Bridge” CPUs alongside with the latest motherboards are the fastest and most compatible consumer components that have been ever tested. There is native support for Thunderbolt, NVIDIA GeForce 6xx “Kepler” graphics cards, and Ivy Bridge in OS X Mountain Lion 10.8. A powerful desktop build with budget-minded parts and no graphics card. This Ivy Bridge Hackintosh build contains a quad-core CPU, ATX form factor, and onboard graphics. The Intel HD 4000 graphics integrated into the Ivy Bridge CPus are now working with full acceleration with the Chimera bootloader.   CPU Options Intel Core i5-3570K Amazon Motherboard Options GA-Z77-DS3H GA-H77-DS3H GA-B75M-D3P GA-Q77M-D2H Amazon Amazon Amazon Amazon RAM  Options 4GB Corsair 1600Mhz DDR3 8GB Corsair 1600Mhz DDR3 16GB Corsair 1600Mhz DDR3 Amazon Amazon Amazon Case Corsair Carbide 300R Amazon Storage Options  Seagate Barracuda SATA 6Gb/s 1TB HDD SanDisk Extreme SATA 6Gb/s 120GB SSD Amazon Amazon Power  Supply Corsair 430 Watt   Amaz

Transcend SSD320 128GB Review

If you’re looking for fast, reliable and very much affordable SSD, the Transcend SSD 320 128GB is unbeatable in this category. Transcend recently released its new drive following their high performance SSD720 series . At a very short time they become a top seller. As you already know, Transcend is one of the top memory maker in the world and now embraced the SSD world. It offers an impressive speed of 560MB/s read and 530MB/s write with maximum of 87,000 IOPS, considering these numbers, it’s got a full potential to match the fastest SSD out there. This makes it possible with SATA 6GB/s interface. The drive is equipped with the famous second generation SandForce SF-2281 controller boosting up to its top speed. The drive comes in a slim package with 7mm in a standard 2.5-inch body; this gives you an advantage that will perfectly fit any compact notebooks in contrast with the traditional 9mm enclosure. The SSD320 is design to become one of the most reliable drive in its class, thanks to

Speed Up A Slow Computer

Speed is the key to making sure you can be as efficient and productive as possible. It’s also important if you need to run the newest software and applications. But sometimes a variety of factors can affect your computer’s performance and make it harder and more time-consuming to complete even the simplest tasks. Luckily, there are many ways to either increase your computer’s speed or remove the barriers that are preventing it from performing up to its potential. Here are a few tips and tricks that may help you get back up to speed. CLEAN UP YOUR HARD DRIVES In some cases, a slow computer could be the result of a full hard drive. Computers not only use onboard memory (RAM) to run software and applications, they can also use portions of the hard drive. If you’re running out of storage space, then your computer won’t have access to these additional resources and you might notice a decrease in speed as a result. It’s easy to find some unneeded documents and files to delete, but you may al