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  1. I only used an ssd and placed that on top of the dvd drive.
  2. Thnx for your reaction. I looked at it for a while but it is luckely not on the mobo. So im safe here ?.
  3. Another small update. Made a cover for the top and made fanholders.
  4. Wasn't happy with the cable management so i made some acrylic covers with carbon wrap.
  5. *First of all sorry for my horrible English i hope you guys don't mind. Hi there. So i did my first full working Hackintosh mod. But i was not satisfied. The thing is. It is so easy to make a full working hackintosh with the guides. But build it in a beautiful Apple case in another thing. So i saw a G5 case and felt in love . I hope i can enjoy you people with another G5 project. Here is the hardware i'm using: Motherboard: Gigabyte Z87X-D3H Processor: Intel Core i5 4430 Memory: Corsair Vengeance Low Profile 8 GB (2x4) SSD: Samsung 240 EVO 250gb HDD: 500gb samung Power: Corsair CX Series Modular CX500M Wifi: TP-LINK TL-WDN4800 450Mbps Wireless N And here is day 1 and 2 with the case: The backplate and motherboard tray conversion set from The Laser Hive(many many thanks for the beautiful set). The new design with the PSU integrated on the top. Day 3: I cut some small pieces to make it fit right. Than i started to fit the hardware. I only have some trouble to fit the PSU. But pics say more. Day 4: A temporary solution for the psu adapter. Day 5: I cut the dvd tray to fit next to the psu. I have to adjust it a little more but it almost fits perfect. Day 6. New fans and started with the cable management.
  6. I am stupid. Will a moderator please delete this topic?
  7. You deserved the MacMod of the Month! What an incredible build. Congratz! I hope to build a cube myself in the future. I have a good example now .
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