No, as their is no support in the kernel or OS for that CPU or chipset. To make it work would require extensive work in building a custom kernel to get it to possibly boot, but I doubt it would run reliably.
UniBeast has detected that your copy of "Install OS X Mavericks.app" is incomplete and you need to download it again from the Mac App Store.
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Your issue is that you have an older version of FakeSMC Plugins installed and they don't have dependancies configured correctly causing the updating of the kernel cache to fail.
To fix this issue you need to remove all of the offending kexts before running MultiBeast and reinstall the latest version from MultiBeast.