Hi there! This is the first post I make in this community, but it's the result of hundreds of hours spent lurking. I present to you my PowerMac G5 Hackintosh: This is the result of months of research, work and frustration. The list of parts: -Supermicro X8SIL-F Motherboard -Intel Xeon X3440 CPU -Sapphire AMD Radeon R9 280 3GB Dual-X -Bluetooth module from a 24" early 2007 iMac, connected to a USB header on the board -Original PSU, heatsink and fans. The fans are wired up to the motherboard, with the speed control line connected to 3.3V on the PSU -80GB Western Digital laptop drive (provisional) -2GiB Kingston DDR3 1333 (Provisional) Here are the guts: I'm using the original heatsink, fans, CPU covers and PSU. Even the original air baffle. The back ports are also the originals, sawed off from the factory logic board, which was sadly dead: Only USB and Ethernet work, though. I couldn't have done it without getting the information from the following threads: -G5 to ATX PSU conversion: https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/g5-mod-with-intact-case-and-reused-psu.80767/ -Front panel conversion: https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/power-mac-g5-front-i-o.119105/ I also have some crude build logs in my Youtube channel, but I'm not sure if that counts as spam.