This particular build is a year old so naturally things have changed.
I have a handfull of cables that I bought for less than a fiver from Amazon. The SATA drive cables have eight connectors in a cable about sixteen inches long.
I also have a bunch of power cables from Amazon that have nine Molex connectors in less than a foot (by memory. They are appropriate for eight drives in a tower. They also sell four drive versions of both cables.)
It was time to upgrade to Mavericks! Also, I have removed the graphics card and am now running with HD4000 directly from the CPU.
Here is my install procedure:
1) Built Unibeast Installer using Mavericks 10.9.1 and Unibeast 10.9.1
2) Connect monitor to hdmi port on video card
3) Connect USB stick to USB 2.0 port on back of computer
4) Boot USB stick (F12)
5) Install Mavericks to fresh hard drive
6) Boot into Mavericks install
7) Run Multibeast and install
Drivers->Network->Atheros Shailua's ALXEthernet
Drivers->System->AppleRTCPatch for CMOS Reset
BootLoaders->Boot Options->Basic Boot Options
BootLoaders->Boot Options->GenerateCPUStates (slows down boot?)
BootLoaders->Boot Options->Use Kernel Cache
BootLoaders->Boot Options->1080p Display
BootLoaders->System Definition->Mac Pro 3,1
** Could not get audio to work.... Use USB Audio
8) Run ChameleonWizard
Randomize Serial and Set MacPro 3.1 designation
A minor hardware upgrade:
1) Added 2x8 DDR3-1600 DRAMS, for a total of 24GB
2) Added a Kingston 120GB SSD for startup
Flashed to F22
Numlock -> Disabled
Sata Mode -> AHCI
Super IO -> Disabled
1) Built Unibeast Installer with El Capitan on my MacBook Pro.
2) Install El Capitan to erased SSD
3) Boot into El Capitan install
4) Run Multibeast and install
Quick Start > UEFI Boot Mode
Drivers > Audio > Universal > VoodooHDA v2.8.8
Drivers > Misc > FakeSMC v6.18-313-g671f31c.1707
Drivers > Misc > FakeSMC Plugins v6.18-313-g671f31c.1707
Drivers > Misc > FakeSMC HWMonitor Application v6.18-313-g671f31c.1707
Drivers > USB > 7/8/9 Series USB Support
Bootloaders > Clover v2.3k r3423 UEFI Boot Mode
Customize > System Definitions > Mac Mini 6,2
5) Used KextBeast to install AtherosL1cEthernet.kext for Network
NOTE: Sound not working, but since it is a server, I don't need sound.
Photobucket decided that hosting my images was costing them too much money and so asked me to upgrade my free account to one that would cost $400 per year. I decided to remove my 250 or so photos from Photobucket and host them myself. So... photos have been restored!