I love it. My old Intel DG33TL and NVIDIA GTX260 work perfectly with OS X Lion just about out of the box. The basic process:
1. Reset the BIOS to default settings. Make sure HPET is turned ON.
2. Create a UniBeast Lion boot/install USB flash drive courtesy tonymacx86.com’s process, and install Lion. You will need a working OS X install to do it.
3. In the newly installed Lion OS, right click and save this dsdt.aml file, specifically for the DG33TL, to the desktop.
5. Download and run MultiBeast from tonymacx86.com. Select these options for the DG33TL:
That’s it. Reboot. Enjoy. With the right hardware, and thanks to software from the likes of tonymacx86, setting up a hackintosh on compatible hardware can be a breeze. Especially in comparison to all the headaches I had getting my Acer Extensa configured using a different method.
The Intel board with a quad core Q6700 and an OCZ Agility 3 SSD runs very smoothly. With the Chameleon boot loader to manage the GPT, I have a nice dual-boot into Windows. For that, I did have to use the USB flash drive again to boot into OS X, and then re-run the Chameleon install. After that it’s been smooth sailing. Easy.