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Apple OS X runs just fine on AMD CPUs

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APPLE ON X86 IS a tempest in a teapot. People are way overblowing the impact of the beta release on not-even-close-to-final hardware, and the tin foil hat crowd is having a heyday. Everything from how to pirate it and to conspiracy theories running rampant.

If you notice, we have been avoiding those because it is, frankly, rather a little boring, my dears.

Then some pictures arrived in my inbox, along with a little explanation that made me sit up and take notice.

Full Story with pix.

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