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G5 case to Mac Pro knockoff, maybe

Well, my recently acquired G5 case cries out to become home for a hackintosh. Since I bought an actual G5 at the same time, I'm thinking it'd be 'cool' to have the two machines side-by-side, just as are now my old QS and PC.

I'm looking at a mATX board, so the cards will line up on the existing rear slot lineup. The back where the I/O panel will go has to be cut out, shame about that. I'm thinking the PS to go in the bottom where the original was. Hmm, I wonder if original PS could serve . . .

dan k

This is just the beginning

Well, hi...
I never was a good writer.. nor enjoy writing stuffs, maybe it's because of my language problem

Currently i am working on my 1st mod and would like to share it when i am done.

Parts are slowly arriving by post, plan is sketched and written down and all i am waiting for is the set of Torx screwdrivers i ordered.

Hopefully i will be able to start working on it this weekend! OH YEAH!

ebay and my quest to regain some old apples

I'm going through a retro phase in my life at the moment. The early Apple II's are on my "I want" list. I remember when my father bought home an Apple IIc with monitor, it was a great little computer. I am kicking myself now because several years ago he asked me if I wanted it and I said no.... dumb! He sold it for very little money. After scouring ebay for a few weeks I came across and Apple IIe (pal version, but the TV output was not working), an Apple IIe (fully working) and an Apple IIc (with no power supply).

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