Yes i found a few times that SR-2 is compatible with OSx but some guide will be very helpfull. I heard that's not very easy to do and also LAN not working.
So if someone have some experiences with this board i think a lot of people waiting for some advice. Thanks
Who needs liquid cooling when you have two turbines from a Lear Jet inside your computer case?
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use this thread we speak only of P6T7 supercomputer for installation and Davinci, if you want , open another thread for the sr-2.
Cinebench is not Davinci .....
*****I will sit closer to my monitor next time*****
Please open another thread with its beautiful photos of to help people reduser. Make a guide on how to install OS X on a Hackintosh with maiboard sr-2, provided that everything is working with various tools, I hope you will be able to do so.
Last edited by luigivaltulini; 01-27-2011 at 10:15 AM.
Sigh.... ICH10R chipset has RAID built in...
excuse me Kyle,
but what do you do with ICH10R?
if you want to make a raid, is possible only with Apple software.
with p6t7 is possible make a raid with 5 disk but 1 disk is for boot.
The integrated RAID in the south bridge is kinda crap and AHCI has a performance penalty. It doesn't jive 100% EFI monitoring in OSX, either. It can occasionally screw with the system being able to properly suspend or sleep. Apple ignores the ICH10R RAID, AHCI, etc.. for a reason. AFAIK, Apple has their own hardware configuration system within the Apple EFI that is not AHCI compliant.
I have yet to see any on-board RAID integrated into an Intel chipset or on a production motherboard that is worth a crap. Always have had better luck with third-party RAID hosts. In OSX and for hackintosh use, the best two options are ATTO and Areca. ATTO is a bit more robust and interfaces properly with LTO systems. Areca has some nice config options and are EFI bootable for OSX (ATTO is not). If we're just talking Windows PC, then the cards from 3Ware and HighPoint are great too. I've given up on Adaptec, their SAS solutions are a step behind everyone else it seems. HighPoint is good on the Mac for eSATA solutions, but their SAS doesn't like LTO and their HBAs are not bootable. They still do Mac/PC eSATA RAID that's pretty fast and cheap though.
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