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  1. oskarott

    Success | ASUS ProArt z490, 10700k, Radeon VII - MacPro Case Mod

    In the last weeks I've been working on my first Hackintosh, and I'm finally able to post it as a success. I needed a new Workstation for Video editing with DaVinci Resolve,, I thought of buying the new Mac Pro but 6000$ was to much for me. So I started exploring the Hackintosh Universe and...
  2. superpantoufle

    High Five | superpantoufle's PowerHack G5 (work in progress)

    I've been lurking through this particular forum for years. I received a dead PowerMac G5 a long time ago, and immediately knew that some day it would become my first Hackintosh. And that day has finally come, thanks to the awesome builds I saw around here. My PowerMac G5 was a 2004 dual 2.0 GHz...
  3. Ulysses

    Ulysses's G5 Mod with Original Fans & Layout using Laserhive's Low 120mm mATX kit,

    The main case mod goals i had in mind. To use the G5 fans. To keep the same airflow. Not take out the top shelf Balancing keeping the G5 as original as I can without compromising on the build. The core mods that i made: (beyond fitting laser hive's 120 low mATX Kit): G5 Fan Mod...
  4. Foolishness

    Mac Pro or PowerMac case: I'm so Confused...

    It almost seems that it is time for me to rethink what I've done, but I can't find enough information to be sure. Damn! I did it again. SOS got me again. (i.e. Shiny Object Syndrome) I have been working for the last couple of weeks to try to make a Hackintosh in one of my G5 PowerMac...
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