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im gonna try to build a computer for a class im in, and i wanted to build a mac...the only problem is, i cant find where to buy mac supported mobos...i looked on new egg, but i didnt see any...got any suggestions?
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Everything is unique in a MAC, even the boards. Apple design, make and produce everything you find in the Mac with the exception of the processors. So you won't get a MAC board.
You can get skins for Windows XP/Vista that make it look like a MAC on-screen but that's about as close as you'll get as it'll still be Windows.
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alrite...well thanks for saving me from wasting more time...just out of curiosity, which do you think is better, AMD, or Intel?
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They are as good as each other.
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ok...i was just wonderin, thanks :)
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