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  1. bixmix

    TP-Link T6E (and TP-Link UB400) works on Big Sur

    Are you getting 6E speeds? Edit: Just looked up the card...seems that its an AC card not WiFi 6E...
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    Asus Z690 ProArt Creator WiFi (Thunderbolt 4) + i7-12700K + AMD RX 6800 XT

    Hey @CaseySJ and @Leesureone I also just purchased an MSI Z690i Unify board to update my Coffee Lake hack to Alder Lake. I am not nearly as well versed as you guys seem to be re: hackintoshing but I will update if/when I get my system up and running. If there are any things you'd like me to try...
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    AMD Radeon Performance Enhanced SSDT

    @mattystonnie Thanks for your work on this project! My GB5 scores went from 40k to 70k in both metal and OpenCL. I am having 1 problem though. I am getting these random kernel panics when gaming. Happens like 20-30 minute into playing and it will lock up for 5 sec, resume, lock up, resume, then...
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    [Protoyping] Introducing the Mac Pro Jr. - X99 E5-2699v3 64Gb AMD R9 Nano

    Thanks for the files! I have managed to secure some aluminum and am at the stage of doing some test bends. I get how you bent the perforated sheets. But how does your roller bender apparatus work? I kind of get the gist of it from the picture but if you're able to describe it any more or have...
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    Piezo type momentary switch as a power button?

    Have any of you guys (especially the ones doing scratch builds) come across these piezo pushbutton switches like the one linked below? https://www.langir.com/12mm-piezo-switch/ I much prefer the look of these rather than the standard momentary push button switches. However, I am not sure how...
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    [Protoyping] Introducing the Mac Pro Jr. - X99 E5-2699v3 64Gb AMD R9 Nano

    Hey I guess my last post got deleted. But I wanted to ask if you'd provide some of the details of the material you used? How thick was the aluminum (both the perforated and not)? From the pics it looks like 0.0625" thickness? I think the original Mac Pro has 0.125" holes so I was going to try...
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    [Protoyping] Introducing the Mac Pro Jr. - X99 E5-2699v3 64Gb AMD R9 Nano

    This looks so good. Cannot overstate that. What do you think the final cost is going to be after all is said and done for all the materials?
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    [Protoyping] Introducing the Mac Pro Jr. - X99 E5-2699v3 64Gb AMD R9 Nano

    Oh man if you get this figured out I will have to try and attempt to recreate it. A good SFF version of the original cheese grater tower is my holy grail.
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    ASrock Z390 Phantom Gaming-ITX / USBInjectALL SSDT

    Does the USB-C work? I'm thinking about copying this for my ASrock Z370 Fatal1ty ITX board.
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    Mac Pro 1.1 mATX Mod

    @Goldilocs @Arstidir This is the 8pin MB connector im referencing. If I only wanted to connect the power button and LED (pins 6,8), do I need the power plug connections (pins 1,2,3,4)?
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    Mac Pro 1.1 mATX Mod

    @Arstidir Hey did you get a chance to see my question re: your setup? I've nearly reached the last step of my build and wanted to see if you had some insight. Quoted below: "I have the USB 3 setup like you have it. Do I still need to wire the 3V/5V/12V connections even though I don't need the...
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    Mac Pro 2008 Clean MATX 240mm Liquid

    @NuclearLemons I'm not sure I'm understanding correctly. My issue is the psu fan grill as the picture attached. The atx power cables won't fit through those openings and that grill is impossible to take off. Do I need to just bite the bullet and buy a dremel? Can you share a picture of how you...
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    Mac Pro 2008 Clean MATX 240mm Liquid

    @NuclearLemons How did you modify the PSU fan grill to allow the ATX cables to get through?
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    carlossless's Reverse Hackintosh Pro

    @carlossless Nice build! I am working on mine right now and I am having trouble with the PSU fan assembly. How did you manage to remove that? Mine seems to be pretty firmly stuck in there even after removing the screws. The ATX cables won't fit through the slots on the PSU fan grill so I have...
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    Mac Pro 1.1 mATX Mod

    @Arstidir Hey silly question. I have the USB 3 setup like you have it. Do I still need to wire the 3V/5V/12V connections even though I don't need the power for the USB ports? All I need the 8 pin connector for is the power switch and power LED (excluding the power connections). Asked in...
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    Mac pro PSU repackaging

    Hey guys, I am a noob slowly making my way through a Mac Pro case mod. I am currently working on fitting in my SFX PSU into the Mac Pro PSU enclosure. I wanted to retain the back plug and had a quick question. I am planning to splice together wires in the following fashion: Mac Yellow/green...
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    Mac Pro 1.1 mATX Mod

    Ok I'll give the JB weld a shot and report back.
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    Mac Pro 1.1 mATX Mod

    So I've been working on this and this is what I have so far. I haven't attached them to the panel yet and I hesitate to drill holes as I don't know exactly which spots I can safely drill through without damaging the other parts of the board. Anyone have any experience with adhesives? Do you...
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    Mac Pro 1.1 mATX Mod

    Interesting. I am going to order a spare front IO panel to try to do a similar thing. I'm a little wary about drilling into the board as I am not experienced enough to tell if im drilling through something important. Has anyone else had any success adding USB 3.0 ports to the stock front...
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    Mac Pro 1.1 mATX Mod

    That is a nice looking and clean case. I am about to do one and I want to model it after yours. A few questions: can you show the rear of the machine? How did you interface the power supply with the original apple connector on the back? Also, is there anywhere that shows step by step what you...
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