We can now build a Mac Pro.

Discussion in 'General Apple Chat' started by ScientLOLogy, Dec 13, 2008.

  1. ScientLOLogy

    ScientLOLogy Banned

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    hotwater10 Banned

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    hey i also noticed this.
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    Steaps New Member

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    Noob about these here, how does this allow us to build our own Mac Pros? Is this the motherboard the Mac Pros use?
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    duh.

    and you called him a noob.

    EDIT: Sorry, misread your post, I thought you called that guy a noob I didn't realize you said you were noob in this matter.

    Forgive me, it's very late.
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    He didn't call him a noob..
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    Oh sorry, didn't register what he was saying.

    I thought it kind of didn't make sense the way I was reading it.

    Forgive me, it's 1:00 am.
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    opps, same mistake here... I thought he was like attacking the guy XD

    anyways, does anyone know if you can run osx86 on this thing? I can foresee this being a epic multitasking machine due to all the free memory.
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    yup that's the same mobo. two lga 771 sockets (intel xeons)

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