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  1. phunguss

    [Complete] Mac Classic II Hackintosh Color+ conversion

    Mac Classic II (M4150 built in 1992) The story of a classic Hackintosh. [In Progress] I have been working on a few Apple G4 Cube projects. Two were completed and sold, one is complete and in use as a daily computer, and I have four more shells to fill. I came into possession of a vintage...
  2. phunguss

    [Protoyping] Introducing the Mac Pro Jr. - X99 E5-2699v3 64Gb AMD R9 Nano

    I have a x99 motherboard with Xeon e5-2696v3 (18 core) that I wanted to Hackintosh into a G4 Cube case, along with an AMD R9 Nano 4gb. I have had the motherboard/cpu for three years, just getting around to this now as life always gets in the way. Not enough cubic space (350ci or 5.7liters) for...
  3. phunguss

    G4 Cube Alternate Touch Power Button

    G4 Cube Alternate Touch Power Button This is my alternate method to power on/off a cube with a finger in proximity to the top, but does NOT replicate the LED power indicator. I have seen the Hackintosh mods for the original touch button, but of the three I have tried, I could get none of them...
  4. phunguss

    Success - HP EliteBook 8470p Mojave

    Confirmed working Mojave 10.14.1 on HP EliteBook 8470p I originally purchased this with an i5-3320M @ 2.6GHz and a 1280x768 resolution screen as a Hackintosh project. I upgraded the CPU to a Quad Core i7-3740QM @ 2.7GHz and put 16GB Ram in it. I got High Sierra to originally work, but then I...
  5. phunguss

    Kaby-Lake HS inside Apple ][ Floppy Drive

    I have been wanting to do this build for a long time. I know there was a version with a mac mini core solo back in 2009 (Gizmodo), but I wanted a little more power. Here is the hardware I chose: i7-7700 3.6GHz 65W Kaby-Lake 32GB SDRAM (2x16 SODIMM DDR4) 250GB M.2 WD SSD Gigabyte...
  6. phunguss

    5 cube mods: some under way...

    I just moved, so digging everything out of storage, including my tools... First, a reference from old GeekBench2 on an original Cube: There is no real comparison between versions of GeekBench either. This result was GB2, some of these are GB3 (inflated), and the final one is GB4 (realistic)...
  7. phunguss

    Coreless Intel Cube

    I have been salvaging parts for some time, waiting for the right moment to pull it all together. The end result is a multi-generation macintosh with a non-apple motherboard. Parts include: 1. G4 Cube outer case (core was missing) 2. P8700 2.53Ghz Core 2 Duo from an iMac or macbook (I forget)...
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