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Gokhan Guvenc

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  1. I don't know if one is more reliable than the other. Both should be same assuming they are set up correctly. Clover, however, provides a more native experience, a modern UI, faster boot times, iMessage/iCloud/Facetime support, on-the-fly kext patching for things like SATA, Graphics, Power Management, etc. General consensus is that if you have a newer configuration with a UEFI motherboard, you should choose Clover method. I have been running OSX as my main OS since June and haven't had a single issue. I must admit that I never had any issues with Unibeast + Multibeast before that either. By the way, you can install Clover on top of your current Unibeast + Multibeast system. No need to start all over from scratch.
  2. You can easily create a Unibeast installer with Clover bootloader. http://www.tonymacx86.com/el-capitan-desktop-guides/172672-unibeast-install-os-x-el-capitan-any-supported-intel-based-pc.html The guide is for El Capitan but it will work for Yosemite as well. I'm currently running a 100% stable OSX 10.11.1 on a Sandy-Bridge based hardware. Even Facetime/iMessage works fine with Clover. Only thing I needed to do post-install was to put ethernet kext into EFI/Clover/kexts/10.11/ folder. Everything else (USB sound, GPU, Power Management, TRIM, Sleep etc.) works natively. With Clover you can install OSX updates through App Store just like a real Mac, even major ones like 10.10 => 10.11. My configuration: i7 2600K @4.2GHz Asus P8Z77-V Pro Asus DirectCU II GTX 780 8GB GSKILL RipjawX DDR3 1600MHz 250GB Samsung 850 EVO SSD for OSX + 120GB Corsair ForceGT SSD for Windows 10
  3. I'd try transcoding the footage before spending $$$ on a new machine. Check out optimized media and proxy media options in FCPX. Your MBP should handle them well. I have both rMBP with GT750M and a desktop hackintosh with a GTX780. While the Hackintosh is a lot more powerful and also cheaper than the Macbook, I cannot recommend you to build one if you are not experienced with various BIOS settings, bootloaders, kexts and stuff. Hacking a laptop is even more difficult than a desktop since you'll need to swap the wireless card because Apple only has drivers for Broadcom and Atheros chipsets.
  4. A Turkish store has just released a quick test video of this camera.
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