Okay, so here's the details I found...
You need an INTEL
machine for OSX x86 to work, with SSE2 for just the OS to work, and SSE3 for certain programs to work.
You can't install it on a partition. It has to be the only thing on the hard drive.
You also need the ISO of OSX on a thumb drive, and use a Debian Linux LiveCD to install it (won't get into details here, simply because I wouldn't know what I was talking about
Info taken from www.uneasysilence.com
Note, that's the HARD way of installing MacOS on a PC, at full speed natively. There's also the way of installing it inside
Windows via VMWare, which to me is garbage and useless anyway.