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  1. Jascha

    iMac G4 MOD with 27' curved screen

    Truly impressive... Is it really only a Full HD panel?
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    My PiMac Build (2008 20" iMac)

    Why don't you go for a "el cheapo" NUC or a similar form-factor mini PC? They are around 200 Dollars and pretty powerful - enough for webbrowsing and youtube. Or maybe a used Macbook Air logicboard from ebay? ;-)
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    iMac G4 20-inch Skull Canyon NUC

    Hey superslurt, very nice build indeed! I managed to fix "my artifacts" with the "slide=0" bootflag in clover. It's a HD3000 board... The artifacts looked like the ones shown in this thread: Good luck, Jascha
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    Help on display interface

    In short words: No. TMDS is compatibe to DVI/HDMI but not to LVDS. You should use the boards HDMI output for the iMac's TMDS display. Wiring diagrams are on the forum. Best regards, Jascha
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    iMac G5 x86-mod uATX Mainboard?

    I don't think it ill fit. You will need a really really thin CPU-Cooler, maybe even the USB, LAN, etc. connectors are too big for the case. Take into acount, that the LCD-panel needs depth, too. You will have to measure it!
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    IMac G4 mod motherboard and processor use

    The DH61AGL is a "low-end" Intel mainboard with limited features (NO USB 3.0!) made for Sandy Bridge processors, the 2nd Core-i generation. The 3rd generation, Ivy Bridge should work as well but only smaller CPUs with a low TDP. Have a look on thin mini itx boards with Intels H81 chipset. There...
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    IMac G4 mod motherboard and processor use

    Hello Juapalso... I don't think that the suggested mainboard will fit into the dome. The ports may be to high. Have a look on Thin-mini ITX mainboards, they're thinner and can be powered by a 19V DC-adapter directly... But you will need low profile RAM, made for notebooks. Best regards...
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    11in macbook air logic board inside iMac G4 contemplation

    ...if it fits in terms of space I don't see a big problem. All "Airs" should have a Mini Displayport or the newer a Thunderbolt port which can be adapted to DVI. So same thing as working with a NUC. I have thought about this solution too but didn't find a "spare" Macbook Air Logicboard...
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    Golfleep's 4790K mini-ITX iMac G4

    This brought me to the idea of maybe fitting a decent graphics card e.g. Gigabyte GeForce GTX 970 Mini ITX Overclocked under the motherboard - when using a slimmer CPU heatsink, like the Noctua L9i. But I don't know if there's enough height - since most cards need two slots. This is by far...
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    Golfleep's 4790K mini-ITX iMac G4

    Very impressive, Golfleep! I especially like the idea of stacking the components - and lifting up the mainboard, as most modders try to keep the mainboard as low as possible. Would it be possible to make it a silent computer if the i7 was not overclocked? For me this would be a huge issue...
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    15" MBP Retina Display on iMac G4

    Hey XMad, nice idea! Consider that the iMac 15 inch had a display with a resolution of 1024x768 - so this is an aspect ratio of 4:3. Most modern displays, like the Retina of a MBP have an apct ratio of 16:9 or 16:10 - "widescreen". So you will have to modify or recreate the housing. Good...
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    Power iMac (USB 2) 20 inch

    Thank you spong_jojo for this great documentation and this amount of pictures! Good to see that someone managed to fit a "standard" miniITX mainboard into the iMac housing... Right now I'm about to test a similar setup with a thin miniITX baord. - a clocked down i7 2600K (from a...
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    I have decided to hack eMac's CRT (To work with any standard motherboard)

    In your shoes I'd swap the crappy CRT to a newer (high resolution) LCD Model with DVI... After that surgery you will easily be able to fit anything in the eMac housing. I was planning to do the same but switched over to a iMac G4 mod (still in progress - for months due to lack of time) Best...
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    Intel iMac 2010 27'

    Hi kiwiszon, you will need a LCD controller board with an input port (HDMI, DVI, ...) of your choice and a LVDS output... Have a look on ebay. It might be hard to find one supporting such a high resolution (2560x1440px). Then you need to identify the panel used in your iMac in order to find...
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    Editing AGPM to prevent GTX4XX Freeze

    Is it somehow possible to modify the MacPro3,1.plist so that it would load the AGPM? ...if I remember correctly my Hack would not boot up or use CPU P-States correctly when using MacPro4,1. Thanks, Jascha