Hey, sorry for the late reply!<br>So, the only thing that doesn't look good would be the motherboard. I'm sure you can get it to work, but it may take a little more configuring to get it to work just right. No need to remove the GPU like what other people say. You can have Windows and macOS on the same computer; this is called "Dual-Booting". You can have them on separate drives (it's a bit easier this way), or you can have them on the same drive, the choice is yours.<br>Something you should try doing is booting into the installer (and seeing the macOS install screen). If you can do that, and it works with not problems, then 9/10 chances you're good to go! I'd recommend using AptioMemoryFix instead of OsxAptioFix3Drv in Clover.<br>Before you begin anything, backup your files, JUST IN CASE! Also, Hackintosh is not always stable. You must always have Clover & FakeSMC updated before you can install any macOS updates. Always have a USB installer (with Clover) just in case you have to reinstall.<br>You can always post on this forum and I will always try to help out as much as I can.