Hello, I am attempting to install the latest version of Mac OSX on my PC. I have looked at several tutorials but they all seem to reference using a particular piece of hardware not a list or a general reference on which parts will work. I have though about this for a bit and I think that the only parts that really matter are the processor, motherboard and graphics card. The hard drive and other minor parts should not matter as much, maybe ram but Iím not sure about that. But none the less could someone please help me with this. I have an i5-2400 LGA1155 Intel 2nd generation processor. The mother board is a Gigabyte GA-H67A-UD3H; I have a 750 watt power supply and 8g of ram. The graphics card is an Nvida Geforce 210. The wireless card is a trednet wirless N PC card/Pci adapter. I am using the tutorial at Lifehacker, tips and downloads for getting things done, could someone please tell me if this tutorial would work with my system, if u need any more info just ask and if this tutorial will not work could u direct me to one that will? Also Max OSX is being installed along with windows 7 64 bit this is already there, it will be installed on a separate hard drive, please tell me if this is possible too (dual booting).