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About pukujuhla

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  1. Project: G5 Unlocked

    Looking good Nik - Any updates? I'm about to start my second G5 - it's amazing how many times I had to change my strategy in designing everything.
  2. Apple Heart Surgery

    Holy {censored} fingers... that is some great work! keep it up!
  3. G5 to ATX Front I/O Cables

    Looking to buy another cable from you if you're still making them. PM me and I'll give you my paypal info for an invoice. Thanks! (btw, first cable I bought works great, had it for almost a year now!!!)
  4. G5 to ATX Front I/O Cables

    Agreed, everyone just needs to take the time to fully understand the transaction. Alohacab is doing us a solid putting these together. Lets keep them coming in a positive manner. Merry Christmas all!
  5. G5 to ATX Front I/O Cables

    Got my cable today and I can confirm, great quality. Haven't had a chance to hook it up yet, but so far so good. Tx!
  6. G5 to ATX Front I/O Cables

    Payment sent. Big Tx AlohaCab!
  7. G5 to ATX Front I/O Cables

    PM sent, in for 1 Didn;i include address but the zip is 55303
  8. G5 to ATX Front I/O Cables

    Awesome! Please count me in for one!! Tx
  9. G5 to ATX Front I/O Cables

    can we just make these out of the original short connector cable that is already in a G5. Just cut the wires accordingly and add new ones in correspondence with the diagram or am I missing something? Tx
  10. This is my exact question and I cannot find the answer. Am I missing something as well? It seems to me I can just use the original short cable, cut one end off, solder on the new leads to the ATX board and done deal. Why is everyone making new 18 pin connectors to plug into the existing short one. Thanks for the input, I'm about to start my Case mod and I've spent the last 3 days straight on here... lots of great info!!