Building a rig for Windows and Mac OS X

Hey guys, I'm planning on building a PC which I want to run OS X aswell. I have tried the forums but no one is there to help.

I was collecting parts which I want for gaming on Amazon and I was wondering if they would be good parts to build the Hackintosh as well:

CPU - Intel i5 2500K
Motherboard - Gigabyte X68X-UD3H-B3
RAM - Corsair 8GB DDR3 1600MHz C9 Dominator Platinum Series Memory
Hard Drives - WD 1TB 7200rpm Black Internal Hard Drives x3 (1 for Windows 7, 1 for OS X and the last for backup)
GPU - ATI Radeon HD 6870
PSU - ATX 520W Seasonic Bronze 

Also does the Corsair K90 Gaming Keyboard and the Corsair M90 Gaming Mouse work for Mac OS X?

Macs are really hard to confirgure with AMD cards. Try a Nvidia Card. everything else seems fine.

Is there a card that you recommend for a similar price? 

HD 6870 should work fine with OS X.

No one is willing to help you if you can't even write a post with proper formatting and just ask "will this work...", use Google ffs.

Can you please post the prices you are paying for the hardware? The system so far looks very good, we just need the prices to make sure you are getting the best possible performance for your dollar.

Just a quick note, the developer seeds of 10.8.3 beta have support for Radeon 7XXX cards, and while there's a possibility those drivers won't be released to everyone in the official 10.8.3 release, I'd bet that someone will put together a package of the beta drivers if that happens.

See the following links:

Some other notes/thoughts:

The memory is pointless, you're buying 100% aesthetic look, and nothing else. If you want the best performing, and highest overclocking memory available today, buy memory with 30nm samsung chips like this:

Note that the advertised CAS 11 is at 1.35v, once you up the voltage these sticks regularly run at DDR3 2133 at CAS 10, which is stupid fast; these will be OC limited by the sandybridge CPU, and not the memory itself.

And also, the new Crucial "VLP" series use the same modules, just with a pointless heatsink added, and more aggressive defualt XMP settings (better stock settings than that Corsair memory btw, 1600 @ CAS8):

Lastly motherboard, if you can afford the jump to a Z77 board, they have better overall "native" support for OSX, I'd recomment the GA-Z77X-UD5, GA-Z77X-UP4-TH or GA-Z77X-UP5-TH