Posted 13 August 2007 - 12:40 PM
1 GB DDR2
Maxtor 160gb HDD SATA (for MacOSX)
Western Digital 120gb IDE (For Windows XP)
Built in Video Card
Firewire Card installed.
Internal USB Card with BlueTooth attached.
Pioneer 108D DVD ROM (cut out a piece on the back corner)
Switching bootup (WinXP/MacOSX) via BIOS.
Sleep Does not work.
Here is a picture.
Posted 13 August 2007 - 01:20 PM
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Posted 13 August 2007 - 07:15 PM
Amazing that the HSF clears. I had a plan about modding an G4 QS and it didn't seem to fit.
Keep the pictures coming.
Posted 13 August 2007 - 10:56 PM
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Posted 14 August 2007 - 03:53 AM
Hey dude, nice mod. I am looking forward for that next photos.
Posted 14 August 2007 - 08:05 AM
Hard Disk light & power on light, switches on PCB Mod for ASUS logic board
SnapShot of the PC
Have no intention of upgrading to faster CPU at this stage - but if I had $$ then I will - its hard as paying the house off.
Posted 14 August 2007 - 02:57 PM
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Posted 07 September 2007 - 01:48 PM
I'm doing the same job and I would ask you how you realize the Mod circuit for front Power on and Disk lig light.
Can you provide some help about that?
Posted 11 September 2007 - 11:32 AM
I cut an exit hole in the top of my case and mounted a 120mm fan to push air out. At the bottom of the case I cut two intakes with 80mm fans sucking air in from the underside. At the moment only one of these is in use (the rear one was too noisy - Noiseblocker - pah!). I also have a second 80mm mounted over the original side air intake. This blows air over the Asus Silent 7300GT heatsink (not shown in current pics). G4 case Hackintosh I have all fans going through a fan controller and the Zalman CPU cooler connected to the motherboard (with fanmate). All are set to the lowest setting. If I'm doing something CPU intensive like running Handbrake, the CPU fan goes up but otherwise the machine is very quiet - just the waft of airflow. My other main machine is a G4 MDD so I'm obsessed with fan noise!
Looks nice . I'm working on one of these myself (bah! you beat me to posting pictures of it ). How are you dealing with the heat build-up? Mine stays within acceptable temp. ranges, but it gets really loud (CPU fan gets up to around 4500 or more RPM). Although I'm just using the stock Athlon64 heatsink&fan, which is a lot smaller than what you're using by the look of it. Should I be using something bigger/lower-RPM? I'm thinking a 100mm might take care of it, but I dunno if there's room in there for one or not.
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