You may remember these two threads:
MDD Power Supply Conversion to Digital Audio - Help Needed
Quicksilver won't start
Well, I finally got it done enough to take some pictures.
It's not fully complete. I need some drive bezels to make it look just right, and I need a port cover for the back. I also need to wire up the front power button and LED. But after that, it will be 100% complete!
Anyway, enjoy the pictures!
The Mac consists of an 8600 case, an MDD power supply, a Digital Audio motherboard, a QuickSilver dual 1 GHz G4 CPU module, and a G5 OEM (AGP 8x OEM, modified for AGP 4x) Radeon 9600 Pro.
I've also got an SGI 1600SW (via multilink adapter) and an Apple Multiple Scan 20 monitor running off the Radeon. Currently it has 512 MB of RAM (another 512 MB is being "borrowed" by my wife for her DA with QuickSilver 933 MHz G4 CPU), Sonnet Tempo Trio with a pair of 200 GB Maxtor 7200 RPM disks and a Western Digital 7200 RPM 250 GB disk. Via FireWire, I've got an additional Maxtor 7200 RPM 200 GB disk.
It's a pretty sweet machine if you ask me.