Macintouch has an excellent review of a third party Hackintosh denominated the SuperMaX — a Mac OS X-ready PC that installs OSX using the Snow Leopard retail DVD. The $7000.00 super fast computer uses a pair of Intel’s latest hexacore “Westmere” X5680 processors — 12 CPU cores in total, overclocked from 3.33 GHz to 4.2 GHz. By contrast, Apple’s just-released 12-core Mac Pro runs at just 2.93 GHz. The storage system includes a hardware RAID card, with two 100GB OCZ Vertex 2 SSDs striped into a super-fast 200 GB startup volume and dual 2TB Western Digital RE4 drives striped into a fast, 4GB data volume. Video is provided by a Mac-edition Nvidia GTX 285 card with two DVI ports. Included in the article are some impressive bench testing.