I have an iMac G4/800 MHz/256 MB RAM/SuperDrive/60 GB HDD/GeForce2MX, bought in February 2002.
Recently the PSU died and now I have bought an ATX PSU 400W (thats all I could get).
Now I have to modify the ATX PSU to connect it to the main power connector on the Logic Board.
As far as I know, the connector is a 14-pin one and looks like this:
WITH THE CLIP ON TOP
RED, +5v, to HDD | YELLOW, +12v, to HDD | BLUE | YELLOW, +12v | YELLOW, +12v | YELLOW, +12v | YELLOW, +12v
BLACK, COM, to HDD | BLACK, COM, to HDD | WHITE | BLACK, COM | BLACK, COM | BLACK, COM | BLACK, COM
The only thing I can't figure out are the voltages of the BLUE and WHITE wires.
I wasn't able to get one even with much googling.
Apple follows different color coding methods for different models of PSUs (I think).
I have connected the YELLOW (+12v) and BLACK (COM) from the ATX PSU to the iMac's main connector.
The iMac seems to show signs of life.
The only ones remaining are the BLUE and WHITE wires.
Mine is the lamp shaped iMac, the one that looks like a volleyball at the base and a sunflower on top.
Does any one have a complete pinout for this model ?