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  1. the cheapest option would be 775 socket with a G31 chipset motherboard (or if you can find some gigabyte motherboard with p45 chipset that would be sleep-able easily) and a celeron cpu (eg e3200) with 2 or 4GB of ram. that build is more that enough for a server if you want something more modern but also more expensive check out some of those builds : http://tonymacx86.blogspot.com/search/label/CustoMac
  2. The main question is : will it be on 24/7 or do you want it to sleep-autosleep. If you like the second option you have to find some board that will be reliably put to sleep. If you dont care about sleep its alot easier to find something compatible.
  3. I have a similar configuration with yours. I had problems with KPs after waking from sleep. They seemed related to the Chameleon version in use. Upgraded to the latest build (used Chameleon Wizard) and it is stable for now.
  4. Thank you DraggyGarg! It worked for me too. Only for a vanilla instalation though. Installed 10.6 then immediately updated to 10.6.2 and then install the drivers as you specified. thanks
  5. Hi there! is it possible to share your method? i cant get mine to work at 10.6.2