I've been toying about with various Mac Mini configurations over the past few days, because as explained on a previous thread I posted, I don't always have the time now to tinker with a Hackintosh to ensure everything works as planned when conducting updates etc. However, the Mac Mini's price becomes a bit exrotionate when you add on more storage, so much so that a 512GB i7 model comes to almost £1900. This is without eGPU enclosure (£300) and a GPU (£300 for an AMD 580), taking the total cost to £2500. I recently priced up a Hackintosh build, and a top end 8700K, with an AMD 580, Hackintosh friendly motherboard, 500GB M2 SSD and 16GB RAM comes in at around £1100. The CPU is beefier and the rig has ample upgrade possibility. Therefore I'd like to hear from others in a similar predicament, as right now Im finding it hard justifying spending an extra £1400 for a not-so comparable build CPU wise (I admit, the read/write speeds would be better on the mini). I'm using a rig from 2011 which hasn't been too bad, has it got easier to Hackintosh now?