Hello, So I built a Hackintosh. I made sure that my parts were compatible (save for the graphics card.) here are my specs: -GIGABYTE Z68XP-UD3-iSSD -16GB OF CRUCIAL RAM (WORKS PERFECTLY) -NVIDIA GTX560Ti -INTEL CORE i7 2ND GENERATION So my resolution isn't great, because Nvidia doesn't offer support yet. I installed Snow Leopard 10.6.6 fine, I just had to take out my sound and Ethernet cards. I downloaded Lion 10.7. When I open up the Lion installer from Snow Leopard, it says that I need either Intel Core 2 Duo, i3, i5, i7, or Xenon. I have an i7 as listed above, but it doesn't recognize it. Also, just to make sure, does Lion support the NVIDIA GTX560Ti? I read somewhere on this website that Lion is compatible with all GTX5xx cards, and with Sandy Bridge (2nd generation) processors. What can I do to get the graphics card recognized in Lion when it installs, and what can I do to get Snow Leopard to recognize my i7? I have tried booting directly into the Lion Install DVD using iBoot Legacy (which supports the i7), but I got a kernel panic and I read in the info that it had to do with the CPU. So my graphics card works in Snow Leopard, I just can't get the full 1920x1080 resolution. All I want to do is install Lion and make it recognize my CPU, get Ethernet, sound, and 1080p resolution to work. Thank you in advance.