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Well, you probably won't get many great answers here. I would instead head over to the OSX86 website and post your question on their forums.
Hackintosh's usually come in 2 varieties
#1). A hacked ISO file which will allow you to run a copy of OSX on your x86 Intel hardware. Often times these hacked versions cannot be updated as they are non-legit and cannot be registered with Apple.
#2). A box with an EFI-X USB dongle plugged in which allows you to run a legit copy of OSX on your x86 Intel hardware....although it still violates the Apple EULA because it's not Apple hardware. These versions can be updated as they are legit copies...they are just running on alternative hardware. With this method, it only supports certain hardware...and the fact that you aren't running either a Gigabyte or DFI mobo is a show stopper.
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