- Nov 27, 2013
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
I’ve modified it to work with a third party PSU. I used the EQ Store kit for the display and connected the controller board, PSU, and inverter so they make kind of a triangle of wires. Basically, you plug a standard ATX power supply cable to the PSU, connect the 12v to controller board, 24v to inverter, and a green and white wire from inverted to controller board for what I would assume is brightness. And LVDS from controller board to Display.
Mine died in a matter of minutes as I improperly sealed the EMI shielding up.
The aftermarket PSU works but it’s heatsinks just barely miss the back of the display, so be sure to insulate back of display and under all the boards.
If you have any questions or want pictures of the setup I’d be happy to help. (or just look further up in the thread).
(also, can anyone help me with my iSight dilemma?)
It'd be cool if you could show me the cables close up please, I've had a look at the others in the thread. So you're not currently using this 24" display?
As for the iSight, I think I'll have the same issue in Windows 10 and when I finally hackintosh. Until then I'm not sure what to suggest sorry