MacBox Pro: Hackintosh Built Inside of a Cardboard Box

When company One Block Off the Grid needed a way to spice up their Mac performance, they decided to order their own hardware. In such a rush to get the computer up and running and lacking the needed casing, employee Kalvin decided to build the computer right inside of the box the parts were shipped in.

Besides the power switch, which was a standard jumper stuck on the end of a plastic cable tie, this hackintosh has some decent specs. A 2.66 Intel Core i5 CPU, a 1 TB hard drive, 8 GB of 1333 MHz DDR3 RAM, and an XFX Radeon HD 5770 1GB DDR5 Graphics Card, all running Snow Leopard from iBoot and MultiBeast. The whole process cost about $900, not including man-power.

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