Posted 28 February 2012 - 03:16 AM
I've figured out some ways to mod any iMac (G4, G5, or Intel) 24" or less to make it an external monitor. However, I don't have an iMac(s) to work on.
All I need is an iMac(s) G4, G5, or Intel with a working display (a.k.a. no scratches; often for iMac G5s "broken screens" are mobo issues). It can be non-functional (as I would gut it out anyway), but it needs to include housing, display, and inverter. The most I'd be willing to pay is $50, probably.
I don't have any fancy computer parts to possibly trade to you instead of money, but I have some basic computer parts (a nice but slightly older PC mobo, CPU, and GPU for example).
Posted 14 April 2014 - 05:37 PM
Posted 19 May 2014 - 11:59 PM
Hey man, sorry I haven't seen this.
If you have the LVDS version, then yeah, that LCD controller is what you're looking for. That's the only practical solution I've seen.
The nice thing is, if one has the TMDS version, those pins can be patched to a DVI plug directly. Then you could use an adapter for HDMI.
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