Originally Posted by barkinos98
not exactly. people got what i mean;)
I'm not people as well? If you're referring to this
, then it speaks for itself.
Brand-wise, motherboards made by Gigabyte are the best-supported, since they're the only boards that work by default with the CPU power management service built into Mac OS X. Most Gigabyte motherboards have DSDT files available in the DSDT section of tonymacx86, which is immensely helpful. DSDT files are configuration files that make Mac OS X to work with your specific motherboard (the DSDT for one motherboard will not work with another motherboard). And the newest Gigabyte motherboards, which use UEFI instead of BIOS, don't even need a DSDT file.