Not unless it is the developer x86 install DVD with a patch on it.WillMak said:What happens if I put my tiger install disc on an AMD machine? Will it work just as well?
The 64-bit aspect will probably work BETTER on an AMD, since it's their technology, which Intel then licensed.thats weird and just downright amazing. sure getting it to work with intel chips but on an AMD box? that shouldn't work.....
What if it was $129 for Mac-users, and $199 (or $249) for non-Mac users ?SpaceMagic said:I honestly think, ultimately, Apple will release OS X across the board and not just for its own HardWare. Think how Apple is positioning itself now - Halo effect, Mactels - if it gets enough interest as soon as it releases a $129 OS X for all Intel... people will pay for Leopard and not for Vista.
Hmmm I didn't think it would work on ANY x86. I thought it only ran on SSE2 (with some extra software installed) and SSE3 chip sets.greatdevourer said:Why the hype? No, seriously, why the hype? Why is everyone so suprised? As said by someone else, it's called OSx86 because it works on any x86 archtecture. I could probs get it working in VPC if I wanted (even if it would be horribly slow)
Time for me to upgrade my home PC then to AMD 64 ..... Hurray fantastic excuseMac_Freak said:It runs on AMD's chips!!! There is a God after all
Too bad it is not Apple designed hardware, because it looks like crap.