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#1810627 Pre Modded Powermac G5 Cases

Posted by Zman21295 on 03 April 2012 - 02:16 AM

People spend hours upon hours of work on their machines, and take the time to take pictures and write about their success and failures. We did not hire you to scream at us that we did horrible jobs. I think I speak for "Most" of the community. I am not screaming at anyone... I was simply stating my opinion. I think that a lot if not most of the PowerMac G5 mods look very bad. I am not saying that there is an issue with that. I am just saying that some people don't know how to machine things with precision. That is not bad either, there are many thing that I cannot do because I simply don't know how. In those instances I turn to people that do. That is the way this community works... all of us coming together to help each other for the better good. I have extra G5's lying around and just wanted to know if people would want to buy them pre-modded. So I am sorry that you feel that way, and all of my comments where neither meant to hurt anyone's feelings nor d...

#1808936 Pre Modded Powermac G5 Cases

Posted by Zman21295 on 27 March 2012 - 06:45 PM

PLEASE NOTE: I really wanted to provide pre modded cases for the community. But due to some unforeseen health issues in the family and extra burdens both financially and "time consumingly" I will be unable to provide anymore of these cases, for those of you that have PM'd me I am sorry. I will be creating a topic outlining the progress of my own build shortly. I am sorry, and if the time is ever right to do this again I will, but it is just not possible right now :( Hey y'all! I have become very much Interested in the powermac g5 modding. I have severial G5's. I will be modding the first for myself (no cuts) and the rest I have no clue what to do with. I was wondering how many of you would be interested in them, pre modded ofcorse. Pricing would go as follows: $250 for standard case modded for full ATX with front panel cable and All System fans pre wired. $300 for all above plus rear IO from orig motherboard to atx headers $350 for all abo...

#1805225 POWERMAC G5 Cases... No Longer Available!

Posted by Zman21295 on 12 March 2012 - 04:29 AM

Hey Guys!!!! So I just got home from a "Is this a Scam, Are they going to kill me" Craigs List Venture. And let me tell you, it was no scam and I am still alive!!!! Lol. I found an ad on Craigs list that offered G5 cases! So I got a hold of "Pablo" who said he has some available and then gave me his address. So I made the over 250 mile venture from my home in the High Desert down to long beach and to my pleasant surprise, it was true! On top of that, he included all of the fans, dead power supply, the plastic vent thing and he offered to give a dead mother board (I will be using the I/O to make a Connector thing) but he did not have one. Here is the ad if you would like to check it out: http://losangeles.cr...2883593294.html These are no longer available

#1783258 WOW! Thank you so much!

Posted by Zman21295 on 04 January 2012 - 05:12 AM

Hey guys, I love the new look, options and features of the site. Just, everything that needed to be there is there and is doing awesome! The only thing that sucks is: The search!!!! I search for a phrase like "nivida gtx 460" and the forum turns back no results. However if i search "site:insanelymac.com nividia gtx 460" I get the results i am looking for. Before you say it: Yes, I have change the little drop down in the search to forums. I really hope the search gets better, as a web developer I know how frustrating it can be to get things working properly. :) But all in all great job guys!

#1606761 (GUIDE) Getting your Busratio

Posted by Zman21295 on 22 December 2010 - 03:43 AM

(GUIDE) Calculating your Bus RatioNo more Guessing! Lets get the REAL bus ratio for your CPU!What is Bus Ratio? In computing, the clock multiplier (or CPU multiplier or bus/core ratio) measures the ratio of an internal CPU clock rate to the externally supplied clock. A CPU with a 10x multiplier will thus see 10 internal cycles for every external clock cycle. For example, a system with an external clock of 133 MHz and a 10x clock multiplier will have an internal CPU clock of 1.33 GHz. Because, 10 x 133 = 1330 (1.33). The external address and data buses of the CPU (often collectively termed front side bus or FSB in PC contexts) also use the external clock as a fundamental timing base; however, they could also employ a (small) multiple of this base frequency (typically two or four) in order to transfer data faster.Why do you need to set the correct Busratio?: (Will this help or not?) Ok so basically, the need for the proper busratio is this: It will help OS X to determine...
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