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Thath0r

Thath0r

Member Since 16 Feb 2009
Offline Last Active Feb 15 2010 09:23 AM
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In Topic: [Discussion] Fit a PC in a G5 PowerMac Enclosure!

18 August 2009 - 05:24 PM

so i'd say make your own...

Yeah, BUT HOW?

In Topic: [Discussion] Fit a PC in a G5 PowerMac Enclosure!

17 August 2009 - 08:10 AM

what do you meen with atx to front ?

Something like this ?
[attachment=53980:Front_G5.png]

Yes, in a way. I think in this thread there was once a guy who made some of 'em. Let's just say it would reduce the work quite a bit. ;)

In Topic: G5 fan mounting

15 August 2009 - 03:50 PM

My own mod, the 2x120mm fans is zip-tied to the harddisk cage

Wow, this is an abstract idea. Didn't even think of something like this...^^ I assume it reduces the vibrations? :D

The thing you found on the interwebs is also quiet a nice idea. Thanks!

In Topic: [Discussion] Fit a PC in a G5 PowerMac Enclosure!

15 August 2009 - 03:44 PM

Anybody here willing to make up a front panel to ATX converter lead for a few £$€?


If there is somebody, I'd also be very interested! :)

In Topic: G5 Mod Components

13 August 2009 - 02:37 PM

I'm also fairly new to this stuff, but I seem to be able to answer some of the questions of yours...

- MoBo: Take what you need, or what you think you need. ATX or mATX most likely.
- CD Drive: Yes, AFAIK.
-PSU and Socket: I'm not sure... Either he ripped it out and modified it so, that if fits in there or it fit perfectly on its own - what I doubt btw.
- Front panel: Yes, it is possible. Search for teknojunkie's G5 Diagrams here on the Boards. It shows you, hot to connect it to the Mobo.
- 700$... Depends on what you wanna put in there. If you'd like to have a GTX295 - forget it, dude. And it depends on many other factors, most likely how new or performant the parts are.

As I already told, I'm still a nob myself, but trust me: It already helps a great deal only reading here. ;)

Good Luck and post some pics, then!
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