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I will soon build my first hackintosh. I'm really excited! I'm 17 years old, and as you may guess, I don't have a lot of money to spend so I need to stay on a budget. At first I considered the i3 6100, which seems to be fully compatible with recent versions of mac os x, as it has Intel HD Graphics 530 integrated.
This is what I wanted to build:
- Intel Core i3 6100
- Intel/Samsung SSD (doesn't matter what SSD I buy for compatibily, right?)
- Gigabyte GA-H110M-S2H
- 2*4 GB of yet to choose branding, but DDR4
- Corsair VS450 or similar
But, when I looked at a webshop today, I saw that the i3 7100 was just released. It has the same price as the 6100, or just a bit more expensive.
Will Mac os X be compatible with the 7100 though? No Mac has been released with a 7th generation intel core processor.
Thanks in advance,