I will start by saying admitting I have done a G5 conversion before, about 8 years ago, I was generally unimpressed with the result and it didn't become a permanent feature of my desk as it represented to many shortcuts and quite a bit of impatience on my part. Here...
This is my version of PowerMac G5 with Intel i9 7920x. I have been running this configuration for about 6 months with a PC cases. I was hoping one day, I can build a proper case for the setup. Late 2018, I found two empty PM G5 Quad case locally thinking they are the perfect case.
Hey Guys, so i have a case mod Powermac G5 with original Front panel, i used to be have a old Asus 775 socket in this machine, the front panel always working very nice with this motherboard. So i decided make a upgrade and i bought a Gigabyte H170M-D3H DDR3. I placed the Power and Power Led...
for my G5 mod I did custom PCB for Rear IO to achieve stock look.
Build is described in this log: PowerMac G5 - Untouched Exterior
Attached Gerber Files for PCB and pinout diagrams.
3.5 Jack: ADAM TECH ASJ-5-3
Ethernet plug: AMPHENOL RJHSE-5380
USB 2.0 connector...
I decided to build a my PC in the some old fahsion case and then I found G5.
I like G5 case exterior so decided to do a cutting on interior, only.
As I do not using any Apple device, running PC on W10.
Mod Main Facts
Untouched Exterior with 2x USB, Audio Output, MIC IN, Ethernet...