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The easiest diagrams you can find out their.

Includes:
All PowerMac G5 Fan Diagrams,
and Powermac G5 Front Panel.

Fairly easy Diagrams, Have fun.

Attached File  PowerMac_G5_Diagrams.zip   658.12KB   5677 downloads updated


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linky doesn't work

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The diagram is great. Thank you amantheboy08. Just one more thing... It should be better to colour the 12V in yellow and the 5V in red to avoid some confusion. The G5 CPU fan connection is similair to the PCI fan; the outside pins for the voltage wires and the inside pins for neutrals, RPM and negative .

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yeah all do it

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Mac Pro Diagrams Soon.

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Keep on the great job. :censored2: I am busy to change the connectors to plug the fans onto the Mobo.

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Keep on the great job. :) I am busy to change the connectors to plug the fans onto the Mobo.


NICE!!! hopefully the fans wont be jets takin off. Aqua Mac has gotten his Mac Pro fans to work through the mobo. interestin stuff

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Thanks!

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thx amantheboy

i gave up trying to connect the usb thing but IO button and power led works perfectly.

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USB should be easy, maybe you had wire switched around. Well glad to see your pwr and led working

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i guess it is....

after hours of trying i gave up wiring usb.... anyway im glad i managed my psu mod
and get it all working today

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Nice one mate, just wondering if any1 has any photos of how they have wired it up?do you solder or....?

thanks

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Nice one mate, just wondering if any1 has any photos of how they have wired it up?do you solder or....?

thanks


Check my thread :
http://forum.insanel...o...=93600&st=0
from the posting 16, you have some pictures.

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So basically i push the cables in to the Black cable on the front panel?

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BTW nice build

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Sorry I was talking about the fans connectors. For the Front Panel I solder the cables onto the blacks ones from the front panel. I will make photos and look after pictures; because there are some here. ;)
Edit,
check the post 374 here :
http://forum.insanel...o...4525&st=360

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Sorry I was talking about the fans connectors. For the Front Panel I solder the cables onto the blacks ones from the front panel. I will make photos and look after pictures; because there are some here. :D
Edit,
check the post 374 here :
http://forum.insanel...o...4525&st=360


Thank you i will await your photos :D

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Thank you i will await your photos :thumbsup_anim:


you don't even need to solder them, but its a good thing to, what i did is cut, twine then solder. So I twined up the 2 wires then solder, pretty straightforward and simple.

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Thank you i will await your photos :censored2:


Two pictures to show my soldering :
Attached File  IMG_5359.jpg   37.34KB   1175 downloads
Attached File  IMG_5360.jpg   42.63KB   1039 downloads :P

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