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My existing Mac Pro 2009/2010 Chassis Mod - COMPLETED


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hekokimushi

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I completed two Mac Pro 2009 cases. and had started my third mod.

it only gets better. my aim is to leave the external and internal as vanilla as possible, that is not to cut anything unneccessarily.

will breifly list the pictures of my previously two mods.
will start a work log of my third mod from scratch here.

Continous update. Work in Progress.

Hope you will enjoy~

Mod #1:
Z68MA, i52400, 4Gb RAM 1600, ATI 6670

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My Mod #2 - a picture tells a thousand words, so i will save the comprehension.

GA-Z68MX, i7 2600K, 16Gb RAM 1600, ATI 6870, 10.7.4. + 27" LED ACD + G5 USB Keyboard, Bluetooth Keyboard, Magjic Mouse and TrackPad

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just a stunning job very well done

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Where did you get the harness for the Front Panel Ports to make the power button work, LED, etc etc ?

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i made the PCB





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