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Date of Birth
August 24
About kiwisincebirth
System:
GA-Z68MX / DQ77KB
CPU:
i7-2600 / i7-3770S
Graphics:
GTX 650 Ti / HD4000
Other Hardware:
Intel NUC D54250
Geekbench:
12750
Mac:
MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac mini
Mobile Phone:
iOS

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August 19th, 2014 09:08 AM
Spence, the limitation you may run up against is the Motherboard. The DQ77KB is rated for a 65w processor, i.e. the i7-3770S. The i7-3770 is a 77w processor so not supported officially. Remember the main DC power regulation is on the Motherboard, (not in a separate ATX PSU) the MB may simply not be able to provide enough power. I don't know is...
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August 19th, 2014 08:48 AM
I have posted the final chapter for this build. http://www.tonymacx86.com/completed-mods/139633-kiwis-20-imac-i5.html
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August 19th, 2014 08:37 AM
Kiwi's 20" iMac i5 Introduction This build started almost a year ago when I purchased a working Apple iMac G5/1.8 20-Inch (A1076). This was the first iMac to have a G5 processor, and the direct successor to the iconic lampshade iMac. It is also notable as being the only iMac where you remove the back of the machine to gain internal...
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July 31st, 2014 07:01 PM
I read this thread at the time it was written, and both enjoyed the quality of the explanation and the thought that went into the solution. I took queues from this work when building my solution to the problem, but approached the solution differently. Here is my implementation. ...
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July 31st, 2014 07:52 AM
Part 22 - Breathing LED There has been some work done on describing the breathing led on this forum, so thought would document my implementation. From what I have read there is a 5 second cycle, where the first 1.5 seconds is the fade up, and then 3.5 seconds fade down to zero. From my observations there is also a gap at the end of the fade...
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July 26th, 2014 09:49 PM
PART 21 - Capacitive input Here are the details of my capacitive input sensors I used copper tape stuck to create the two sensor, these were stuck to a sheet of plastic. The sensors were placed underneath the main PSU, the photo (below) is viewed from the font of the computer, where the sensors are to the left and right of the main apple...
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July 26th, 2014 09:44 PM
I haven't done, a IMac G4 conversion, but have used the NUC in a build, so can answer your questions. So YES you can use either 5V source on the NUC with two caveats. 1. Power Rating - How much power do you need to draw ? Remember the connectors on the NUC were designed for specific purposes, and trying to draw more power could damage the NUC....
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