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terrorgen

Member Since 05 Aug 2005
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#1867308 Not your ordinary G5 rear I/O board... extending the zammykoo legacy!

Posted by terrorgen on 17 November 2012 - 04:22 PM

I am thinking maybe end of December/early January.

#1864272 Not your ordinary G5 rear I/O board... extending the zammykoo legacy!

Posted by terrorgen on 01 November 2012 - 03:12 AM

Picture time! The bare boards... for some reason purple and gold just look so good in my eyes... This is how it look assembled with the ports. I removed the iPod connector hours later after tired of soldering the frankencable. So I decided to solder the cables directly to the board... Final result: Mounting the board to the case! It doesn't take too much space as you can see... Plugging in the cables to their respective ports on the motherboard. How the ports look from the rear. Well the audio jacks should be placed a little more forward. So, looks like a second build is inevitable... I am interested in one... Will this work with a full size ATX mobo? Just received a donor G5, and starting to research the best way to do the conversion. Sounds like a great option terrorgen! As long as your mobo has two audio jacks, two USB ports and one Ethernet jack this will work! Added you to the list :)

#1860037 Pre-made Custom G5 Rear I/O Ports + Cables

Posted by terrorgen on 12 October 2012 - 04:21 PM

Everyone, if you still like to get your hands on one of these board, check this topic out.

#1860034 Not your ordinary G5 rear I/O board... extending the zammykoo legacy!

Posted by terrorgen on 12 October 2012 - 04:13 PM

Zammykoo's G5 I/O Board had created a lot of buzz until he shifted focus to other projects. And now, since he has released his board design, I would like to continue to work on his legendary board that will enable a G5 mod without going through the hassle of cutting the case. My initial design will be based on zammy's released design so it will only work with G5 cases of early-2005. I might consider making late-2005 compatible boards if there is enough demand. What has changed: 1. Board is redrawn in a CAD software 2. Manufacturer obsolete parts are replaced with parts still in production. 3. Excess empty space is trimmed. 4. Final board design will be released as Opensource Hardware (OSHW). Zammykoo I hope this is okay. 5. The board will be done in a fab house. Since the fab house is involved, we will need enough orders in order to keep costs down. Please let me know if you are interested. I am still working on the pricing so if you have a budget in mind please let me know in yo...

#1859030 Custom made rear i/o G5

Posted by terrorgen on 08 October 2012 - 12:05 AM

Well what is the status of the board now?
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