I have been installing osx on lots of machine over the past few years and if there is 1 thing i've learned is that pre-made software (uni-beast, myhack, iAtkos, etc) should never be consider. Every machine is different, 0.1 revision update of ur bios and it stops working, you always rely on them to do the work for u but there is an infinite number of hardware that could be in ur PC and each of them deserves a manual install for the system to run smoothly over time.
This forum is full of brillian people who made fantastic manual installation guide, that should be ur starting point. You will NEVER have a stable hackintosh if u dont understand what's under the hood, even if that means spending 3 hours injecting PIN Config into HDA to get ur sound working. You should at least do it once. And then, without knowing, u'll start to have a better understanding of ur machine and eventually will be able to solve all ur issues by yourself and perform advanced optimization (SSDT, DSDT Edits, manual power management setup for ur video card, etc...).
I call this the Natural Evolution for Geeks