Finally, someone does a PC-in-compact-Mac job!
And by good I mean... well, check it out.
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Really very cool...
But I'd want a bootable Darwin partition, too.
It would be cool, if he got a Cube Logic board, and a color screen, it would be a new G4 SE!!!!!
Why the cube? The eMac's board is nearly as cheap, and much faster.
After seeing many horrible, kludgy, poorly thought PC-in-compact-Mac-case hacks I can finally say that this one was done *right*. The only visible mods to the front are the grey-scale screen (awesome detail idea) and the widened floppy-now-CD slot. The back is quite nice and clean. I'm amazed that they went to the trouble to use the original SE/30 expansion slot hole for more ports rather than hack up the backside. This is simply the best PC in a Mac hack I've seen. Ever.
Is the eMac's logic board as small as the Cubes?
then why use the eMac's logic board in the SE when the cube is small enough to fit!!!!!
Although the eMac mobo may be larger than a Cube's, that doesn't really say if it is too large to fit into a compacct case. Sure, mini-ITX is smaller than a baby ATX, but they both fit into a basic ATX case just fine.
well then, is the eMac's LogicBoard able to fit inside of a SE?
way better than my pc-in-a-mac hack. i like.
Anyone going to put a Mac Mini in an SE or SE/30 case? I would use the SE as the SE/30 is a good computer and a classic