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i7 9700kf on gigabyte z170x gaming 3 OR Ryzen 5600x

Sergio As Di
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Good afternoon to everybody. I have a couple of doubts, in case someone can help me.

My first question is that if I can put an i1-7kf in a gigabyte z9700x gaming 170, because in the manual it says that it is compatible with the 3th and 6th generation of Intel Core.

My 2nd question is to get advice:

I use Hackintosh (in case you also know about this and can advise me, so you have to patch more with AMD processors), the processor I have is an i3-6100 (I think) and I have 8 GB of RAM.

Sometimes when I browse the internet, like right now I'm looking at prices and information on Ryzen and i7, as well as looking for info and videos on generating cross-platform graphical interfaces with C++, Swift, C#, Java, etc. and more, the computer is stuck on me, having to force the restart. I'm not sure if it's because of having 8 GB, or because of using Hackintosh, that something might not have been properly patched, or because of the processor...

In addition, the computer in MacOS gives me some various problems, such as not being able to enter the recovery partition (which in theory with Hackintosh OpenCore it is possible), not being able to update, or not being able to see the information of the applications from system info... things which is not supposed to happen, I don't know if it's because of the board, or because of the MacOs installation, or because of the processor... I don't know if I buy more RAM and I7 9th generation, these inconveniences will disappear.

So, what do you think would be better, to buy an I7 that is now very well priced and another RAM module, or to buy a Ryzen 5600x, as well as a cheap and decent motherboard like the ASUS TUF GAMING B550M-PLUS? .

Intel's cheapest and most Hackintosh-friendly option; the most tedious AMD version (which doesn't put me off) and something may not look as good as it should, but for a future graphics card that I buy, it has the option of new technologies such as Smart Access Memory, in addition to I like AMD a lot, and in terms of graphics, for Mac for a few years, it's what to use, and if the installation of MacOS gets silly, I can always get QEMU-KVM on a light Linux (even more than they usually are) and passthroug the graphics and so on, and even play there (in MacOS) virtualizing with approximately 98% of what the native performance would be.

Is it worth spending more money on AMD or better to update just now and in 1 year or 2 or buy an AMD cucumber with AMD graphics that goes like a shot and breaks rocks? .

By the way, do you trust buying the Ryzen 5600x on Ali express? It's where it's cheaper.

Thank you very much, all goes well everyone.

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Topic starts Answered : 15/11/2020 9:36 pm
shanshan1520
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Is it worth spending more money on AMD or better to update just now and in 1 year or 2 or buy an AMD cucumber with AMD graphics that goes like a shot and breaks rocks? .

By the way, do you trust buying the Ryzen 5600x on Ali express? It's where it's cheaper.

Thank you very much, all goes well everyone.

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Answered: 13/03/2022 5:03 am
shanshan1520
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Intel's cheapest and most Hackintosh-friendly option; the most tedious AMD version (which doesn't put me off) and something may not look as good as it should, but for a future graphics card that I buy, it has the option of new technologies such as Smart Access Memory, in addition to I like AMD a lot, and in terms of graphics, for Mac for a few years, it's what to use, and if the installation of MacOS gets silly, I can always get QEMU-KVM on a light Linux (even more than they usually are) and passthroug the graphics and so on, and even play there (in MacOS) virtualizing with approximately 98% of what the native performance would be.

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Answered: 13/03/2022 5:03 am
shanshan1520
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So, what do you think would be better, to buy an I7 that is now very well priced and another RAM module, or to buy a Ryzen 5600x, as well as a cheap and decent motherboard like the ASUS TUF GAMING B550M-PLUS? .

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Answered: 13/03/2022 5:05 am
shanshan1520
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In addition, the computer in MacOS gives me some various problems, such as not being able to enter the recovery partition (which in theory with Hackintosh OpenCore it is possible), not being able to update, or not being able to see the information of the applications from system info... things which is not supposed to happen, I don't know if it's because of the board, or because of the MacOs installation, or because of the processor... I don't know if I buy more RAM and I7 9th generation, these inconveniences will disappear.

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Answered: 13/03/2022 5:05 am
shanshan1520
(@shanshan1520)
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I use Hackintosh (in case you also know about this and can advise me, so you have to patch more with AMD processors), the processor I have is an i3-6100 (I think) and I have 8 GB of RAM.

Sometimes when I browse the internet, like right now I'm looking at prices and information on Ryzen and i7, as well as looking for info and videos on generating cross-platform graphical interfaces with C++, Swift, C#, Java, etc. and more, the computer is stuck on me, having to force the restart. I'm not sure if it's because of having 8 GB, or because of using Hackintosh, that something might not have been properly patched, or because of the processor...

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Answered: 13/03/2022 5:05 am
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