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snrelgh

is MacOS Catalina compatible with my laptops?

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Hello I have two laptops & I'm interested to dual boot MacOS with Windows 10. Here are the specs:

Laptop 1: HP Elitebook 8470p // Processor: Intel i7-3720QM (3rd Gen) @2.6GHz |  Graphics: AMD Radeon 7570M 1GB dedicated |  SSD: 500gb | RAM: 16gb 

Laptop 2: Asus K55A // Processor: Intel i5-3210M (3rd Gen) @2.5 Ghz | Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 4000 | SSD: 500gb | RAM: 8GB

I'm needing to install MacOS on preferably Laptop 1 so I can use Xcode for its iOS Simulator to test & develop Flutter mobile apps (I can only use Android Simulator on Windows) 

I was wondering if anyone could advise if MacOS Catalina would suit both laptops or if not, which other version of MacOS would suit best? 

Thank you for in advance for your help.

I would also appreciate any hints on how I can get Windows 10 to dual boot on another partition on the same internal SSD after I install MacOS. Cheers.     

Edited by snrelgh

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Asus K55A will work with Hackintosh. Because HD 4000 is natively supported.

Some people claimed 7570M works on a Hackintosh, You should try it to see if this true.

 

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