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G4 Blue & White Full-ATX Mod

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MY EYES! The camera work is a bit dodgy!

Personally, not sure about the paint, but awesome for you to give is a good go!
 
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Love it!! Especially the lock hahaha!

Great work. Maybe post some better pictures if you get a chance.
 
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Hello,

I would like to know if my configuration will fit in a G4 or a G5 ?
I already own theme so if I can grab money, it's always better...
Is it hard to do ?
I don't want to pass too much time with this, as I can buy a box with a better ventilation where everything feat very easily...
Is there some parts to put inside my mod where everything feat easily ?

• Gigabyte - Z77X-UP5H
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I'm digging that paint job. It has a nice art deco vibe going for it.
 
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Excellent!
I found one in a rubbish pile a few weeks ago (someone had dumped about 20 PCs for the council to collect and I couldn't resist rescuing the lonesome old school G4).
I just spent the morning hacking it up to fit an mATX mobo inside, came online for some inspiration and found this thread!

Good job fitting the ATX board in there - I was too lazy to bother trying.... but I did find the ATX power connector hits against the mounting rail for the PSU and DVD... a bit more chopping than I anticipated.

Did you spray/prime the interior after chopping and filing the sheet metal?

I've got mine fitted now but still have to hookup the soft power switch before I can power on...
 
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