Hi good people of tonymaxc86, I've been a lurker of this site for years, when I finally decided to do my own build. My MacPro Hackintosh - inspired by this forum Components CPU, Mainboard etc. GIGABYTE Z370N WIFI Intel® Core™ i7-8700 Noctua NH-L9i Corsair DIMM 32 GB DDR4-3000 Kit MSI GeForce GTX 1070 AERO ITX 8G OC Samsung 960 EVO 1 TB 2x Noctua NF-A15 PWM powerday®BCM94360CS2/BCM943224PCIEBT2 card to NGFF (m.2) MacBook Air 11" A1465 A1466 WiFi WLan Bluetooth Airport Card BCM94360CS2 Powersupply HDPLEX 250W Hi-Fi DC-ATX Power Supply SilverStone SST-PP05-E Case etc. LUNAR ABFALLEIMER Edisen Touch Sensor – MT0.2-ST-NR-N 2x 3D printed parts I found the stl for the foot here on the forum 2013 Mac Pro - My variation I made the cap myself 200mm black anodised MakerBeam T-slot nuts for MakerBeam MakerBeam 90 degree brackets MakerBeam Straight brackets I/O 3x right angle USB extension cables (30cm) 2x left angle USB extension cables (30cm) USC-C extension cable (20cm) 2 Port USB 3.0 Splitter Adapter 2x Short Flat Slim Thin HDMI FFC FPV HDMI Cable Standard HDMI Female plug to Standard HDMI male 90 degree Wacom ACK-40401-N Wireless Kit for Bamboo Logitech Unifying-Reciever Apple MC704ZM/A USB 2.0 Ethernet Sound JDS Labs - The Element (USB DAC) Comments The goal of this build, was to create a small, powerful and clean desktop machine. And one additional condition was, that I wanted to use as few kexts and hacks as possible, that's why I went for an external USB sound card and Apple USB ethernet adapter and an original MacBook Air Airport card. I don't like how the cables hang off of the original MacPro. For that reason I used extension cables to create an iMac G4 style I/O at the backside of the foot and hot glued them. And for the power button? When randomly browsing around the forums I saw some G4 Cubes builds and saw how they used the Edisen touch sensor as a power button. I followed their instructions and can boot my Hack with a simple touch. I put the button on the underside the cap, above the top fan. The build is not done yet, I have to cut holes for the ports at the lower end of the trash can case and I want to paint the it. BIOS Setup Set to Optimized Defaults Disabled SuperIO parallel and serial ports Disabled VT-d Enabled XHCI Handoff Disabled fast Boot Storage Boot Option Control : UEFI Disabled internal graphics Installation notes The installation went pretty smooth, I just followed the instructions for UniBeast and haven't had any problems. For the GTX 1070 I followed these instructions: https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/nvidia-update-simple-way-to-install-nvidia-web-drivers.244987/ As for Multibeast, here are my settings: Quick Start > Clover UEFI Boot Mode Drivers > Misc > FakeSMC Bootloaders > Clover UEFI Boot Mode + Emulated NVRAM Customize > System Definitions > iMac > iMac 18,3 Customize > Graphics > NVIDIA Web Drivers Boot Flag What works Sleep/wake Network Audio USB What doesn't work Nothing I've tried Photos What's left to be done I need to cut the ports on the backside of the case Painting Sources https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/...a-h67n-usb3-b3-16gb-ram-ssd.51305/#post370345 https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/mac-pro-late-2013-replica.120757/ https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/my-cube-2-1-core-i7-and-ati-6670-inside-a-cube-g4-case.96216/ https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/mac-pro-replica-late-2013-low-power-design.124213/ https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/2013-mac-pro-my-variation.123752/ https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/...-my-2nd-hackintosh-case-mod.78479/#post493040 If you have any questions, feel free to ask. I can upload the blender files of the build, if you want.