Wil with a look at and a solution for a valuable market that Apple appears set upon abandoning.
If you’re not comfortable pulling together all the personal computer components necessary, then a Hackintosh is not for you, but if you want more power than a quad-core iMac for about half the price, read on.
Then Wil lists a few sites which specialize in making a Hackintosh come to life from PC parts.
Caveats? Yeah, Apple doesn’t want you to build a Hackintosh. Remember, Apple is a hardware company. They sell Macs. macOS Sierra is free. So, Apple doesn’t get much from you when you build a Hackintosh. You might get a few headaches as it’s not always for the faint of heart, and there are troubleshooting issues, too.
Just remember, necessity is the mother of invention, and if Apple won’t build the Mac many users want, someone will find a way. Someone has already.
Where there’s a Wil, there’s a way.