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Technochicken

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  1. [Discussion] Fit a PC in a G5 PowerMac Enclosure!

    I did something very similar in mine, but I mounted the PSU a bit closer to the back of the case to leave room for the original fans. Also, I used an aluminum bracket with a thumbscrew and a magnet on the bottom to hold the PSU in place. With the rest of the hardware: I left the stock PSU casing in there so that the original G5 CPU cover can still fit on. There are pictures of it like that a page or two back.
  2. [Discussion] Fit a PC in a G5 PowerMac Enclosure!

    This post explains how: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php...st&p=156892
  3. [Discussion] Fit a PC in a G5 PowerMac Enclosure!

    That worked. Thanks for the tip!
  4. [Discussion] Fit a PC in a G5 PowerMac Enclosure!

    Here's my G5 mod. I tried to keep it looking as stock as possible. I rewired all the fans to run off 5V, although I ended up not using the HDD fans because of clearance issues. Everything on the front panel works except for audio, which I can't seem to figure out. This case actually is holding a full length ATX motherboard, but I don't use the last three slots. Specs: Phenom II X3 710 Gigabyte GA MA770-UD3 GeForce 9800GTX+ Geforce 8500gt 4 Gb DDR2 667 CoolIt E.C.O. 320 + 500 Gb HDD's
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