Hallo, I have an Imac 27" 2009 with 3.06ghz, and it's so slow with Adobe CSuite 2015 and at boot. I've discovered again Hackintosh thanks to this good article on Medium: https://medium.com/swlh/building-my-1-200-hackintosh-49a1a186241e#.pdz2buwnm then I read about installation and the different build of Hack Pro 2013. Basically I am going to create a hackintosh near to the 2013 baseline Mac Pro (3,7 ghz, quad core model) with a fast storage PCIE. A fast machine but with not too much core or ram. (with similar geekbench score) The second issue is to use the actual imac 27 2009at full resolution: I've read that using a GPU with a Display port, with the Apple adapter, it should work. Here the setup chosen from the building advice: Processor: Intel i7–6700K 4ghz (or an i3 3.7?) RAM: 16 GB - 2400 mhz DDR4 (ballistic) Motherboard: GA-H170N-WIFI Archive: Samsung SM951 M.2 512GB (not bootable?) Archive alt: Samsung 850 EVO 500GB GPU: .................... (a thin gpu that support 2500px imac 27") TP link wifi Power: Corsair CS 550 Watt (it's enough?) Fans: Prolimatech Samual 17 on processor + Noctua NF-A15 PWM 150mm Fan at top Thanks ----------------------------- A plus: the case: I found this 3D model in forum that seem good: https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/3d-printed-mini-itx-mac-pro-late-2013.166074/ Someone used it? I've seen also the other build created from the trashcan!