I hope you can see that. If not I'll update shortly.
I'm wondering if a 580 watt hiper PSU could power the 3ghz dual core/8800GTS/4GB of ram/blu ray drive/2 Hard drives/3 120mm fans. It seems like it might be pushing the limit. I don't have a quad core because they tend to have trouble in OSX. I also don't like quad cores because there are few applications that use all 4 cores and for the same money a dual core obviously outperforms a quadcore on single thread apps. ( I think ) Also some of the stuff is from my other rig (bios is messed up beyond belief, I can't fix it ) like the 4gb of ram for ex. the mobo, graphics and processor are new.
rgsaunders I think that your link didn't get posted correctly, but the EFIX flash drive is not to be sold in the US and I don't really need it. Or psystar which is a bit better but again costs a couple hundred at least over the materials. Have you installed OSX86 on any of your machines?
Pcgamer12, I am building this machine so that I can have Mac OSX and Vista. This is more of an experiment than anything else and I have nothing to lose. I frequently argue against OSX because of the profit margins apple demands but now that I can freely experiment with OSX I want to see if it is any good. It's not that hard really with Kalyway 10.5.2 out and I enjoy challenges.
Macer1 my computer is a crapload more powerful than that iMac so there is really no comparison. With OC up to 3.7-4GHZ I doubt it can compete. It doesn't have 4gb of ram and I doubt it has an 8800GT. 1/2 of these parts are from my other PC and the actual total for the new parts is a mere 500. That's something that you can't do with MACs which always made me angry. Specialized RAM and components that apple price-controls. The OSX86 forum is plenty support ( all 7XXX and 8XXX graphics supported along with every single processor SSE2 or SSE3 ) The only issue is finding the right motherboard.