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g5 case mod

  1. Original G5 fan guard.

    Original G5 fan guard.

    The rear fan guard sits in place nicely, I'll fit one fan in the top slot. that will enough to keep the processor and case cool.
  2. G5 Rear. No Cutting!!!

    G5 Rear. No Cutting!!!

    I replaced the rear fan guard. Excuse the USB 3 dongle, when the right angle USB 3 cable arrives, Ill either put inside or into the top PCI slot.
  3. Mounting G5 Heat Shield

    Mounting G5 Heat Shield

    I figured out a way to mount the G5 heat shield over the cables.
  4. USB 3 & Ethernet

    USB 3 & Ethernet

    Connections from the inside.
  5. Power Supply and Processor.

    Power Supply and Processor.

    Cooling power supply.
  6. SATA Connections.

    SATA Connections.

    SATA Connections.
  7. Original 2004 PowerMac G5 DP Heat Shield

    Original 2004 PowerMac G5 DP Heat Shield

    Original 2004 PowerMac G5 DP heat shield mounted over the power cables.
  8. Useful tool, Lego Technic Tyre

    Useful tool, Lego Technic Tyre

    Lego Technic tyre used for cushioning hardware in place. Holds really well.
  9. Dell 7010 Power Switch.

    Dell 7010 Power Switch.

    Power switch for the Dell Optiplex 7010
  10. G5 Drive Caddy.

    G5 Drive Caddy.

    Original G5 HDD/SSD caddy.
  11. G5 Plastic Cover.

    G5 Plastic Cover.

    Original PowerMac G5 Plastic Cover.
  12. Rear PowerMac G5 Case. No Cutting!.

    Rear PowerMac G5 Case. No Cutting!.

    The rear of the PowerMac G5 case, and no cutting!. I only have three cables to consider. I can replace the rear fan guard after fixing the cables.
  13. Rear PCI.

    Rear PCI.

    Graphics card, Ethernet PCI Slots.
  14. PCI Cards.

    PCI Cards.

    PCI Cards.
  15. craighazan

    New Build: Budget Hacintosh. G5 case with NVMe and RX580.

    Hi tonymacx86 Community. This is my first Hackintosh build!, as a opposed to buying a fully working machine and installing macOS. Which I did with my first hackintosh, a HP6300proMT. I Followed trs96 excellent guide I put together a great machine for under $400. The only thing I broke was the...
  16. makitaryosuke

    G5 case mod Tokyo

    Hello there from Tokyo. For 2yrs I am using my rig for professional usage. Slightly better than 2017 iMac 5K with clean aesthetic, floating mounted front fan Specs: El Capitan i7 6700k OC'ed 4.5GHz with water cooled radiator outlet from the bottom Mobo Gigabyte Gaming5 Z170 1SSD 250GB for OSX...
  17. ReverseSide

    Hackintosh G5 vs Mac Pro 1.1 NO CUT CASE MOD

    Hello everyone, I have recently buy a Mac G5 and I plan to use the case for build an hackintosh. But now I wonder myself if it's more easy to use a Mac Pro 1.1 case, cause the power supply seems more standar form factor. (and Mac Pro 1.1 have already more slot for connector on the back and...
  18. nijat12

    Help with G5 Case Mod i7-7700K

    I had to change things up a bit so making a new thread (Previous one was about the PSU mod and after some input and research I think I'm going to put an ATX PSU inside G5 PSU case rather than reuse G5 PSU) So, going to put an i7-7700K (need advice on cooling. Want to go liquid but need to...
  19. w4rn3r

    1st ever case mod, converting a G5 to house a i7 system

    Hi guys, im completely new to case modding, i must have read each of the posts on here 10 times before i got the case off ebay to mod, I dont have all the PC parts yet in fact i only have a gigabyte z170 gaming 3 motherboard and a thermaltake 650w PSU (but i may be swapping that out... im hoping...
  20. minjaeeu

    Little help with "power button/front I/O"

    Hey guys just wanna say first that I had this craving of doing a G5 mod since I entered the world of hackintosh in 2013, and now hey I found a G5 case...... but..... there's is only one little problem. My problem is related with the I/O front painel. Because since a G5 case (or even a used G5)...
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