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About Helianthus

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  1. Looking for a G5 cutting or broken g5 board

    I have one as well. I'm located in Canada.
  2. peach-os, is there any chance you could post the pinouts for the back panel? I have this case and board as well, so it would be extremely helpful to me!
  3. G5 to ATX Front I/O Cables

    Did you even read the first post? The first paragraph said that he is not taking orders for the cables at this time.
  4. G5 (Latest model) Front Panel Pinout

    Thank you!
  5. G5 (Latest model) Front Panel Pinout

    How you even detach this thing from the case without damaging it? I just bought a G5 case and I am very disappointed to see that it uses this same front panel.
  6. Thanks for the response! I'll check that out tonight.
  7. I know I'm about 4 years late to the party, but I'm starting to mod a G5 case and I'm looking to get some assistance. In reading the thread, I've found how to get the fans working, how to swap out the innerds of the G5 PSU and insert an ATX PSU, and how to wire the front panel, but I'm having difficult finding some detailed instructions on how to wire the original back I/O port. I know some people have been able to do it, but I can't find anything detailed for me to follow. I figured since I had the original motherboard, I may as well try to do it using this method. I do not want to take the "easy" way out by hacking up the case and using the Lian Li motherboard tray. I want to keep the case as is, so I feel my only options are to cut the original back I/O ports off the original motherboard or use cable extenders like NervousChimp. Any assistance in finding instructions on how to wire in the original back I/O panel would be greatly appreciated!