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HELP: Intel Xeon E5640 and comp. Fujitsu Celsius-R570-2 is MacOS Sierra compatibile?

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Hi guys! Is it compatible Hackintosh with MacOS Sierra?
Computer is this:
Model: Fujitsu Celsius-R570-2 workstation
CPU: Intel Xeon E5640 2-processors 2,66ghz 1366socket
RAM: 24gb ddr3 ecc ram ( max 96gb)
HDD: 500gb hdd
Graphics: Nvidia quadro4000 2gb ddr5 256bit

Thank you very much people!

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On paper, yes.

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