kudos to: Snazzylabs: $682 Skylake Mac Mini Hackintosh Goftrey: The PowerPC Hub's Power Mac G5 Hackintosh Build ammulder: El Capitan on the GA-H170N-WIFI Plan: It's been years after I installed OS X on a PC using PearPC. I own a 2010 13 inch MBP and a mid 2011 Mac Mini. I changed the HD to SSD and add Ram for both Mac. So far they are still running well. However, I find the temperature is too hot when I am watching Youtube. When I see Geoffrey's G5 mod I was shocked. The Mod looks so perfect. I want to copy this mod. Components: I have to admit I made several mistakes when I bought some components. For example I bought a i7 6700k with a H170N motherboard. - 6 pin 90 degree connector for the power to video card - SATA power extension cable - Late 2005 Power Mac G5 in good condition - 1x Molex to 4x 5V Fan Splitter x2 - LaserHive Motherboard tray - 2003 G5 Front IO Cable - GA-H170N-WIFI - Core i7 6700k - Zalman FX70 passive cooler - Ballistix Sport LT 32GB Kit (16GBx2) DDR4 2400 MT/s (Red) - EVGA GeForce GTX 950 SC - Dell Wireless, M.2, DW1560 - Samsung 850 Evo 500G - Seagate Barracuda ST2000DM006 2T - DVD burner (Old, from Dell) - Corsair SF Series SF450 - 4x Arctic F9 92mm fans (CPU intake/exhaust) - 2x Gelid Silent 6 60mm fans (PSU intake) - 1x Arctic F8 80mm fan (PCI intake) - Brand New G5 keyboard - Logitech MX Master Wireless Mouse Benchmark: The Mod: The goal is mod without cutting the external case and keep the G5 as stock as possible. And I did it. It's super cool when I watch youtube. This is a late 2005 powermac G5. Overall it looks nice. Except there's a scratch at the top feet. I cover it with my ssd barcode sticker. $60, local picked up. This is my mod G5. With plastic cover on. No cut at all from out side view!!! Some notes: 1. In order to keep everything looks stock, I need to cut off two audio ports on the motherboard. Because they are in the way of rear fans. I only use displayport/hdmi for the audio, so it's fine with me. 2. The bluetooth signal is very weak. It can only work within 50 cm range. I am using MX master mouse. It comes with a dongle which I inserted to the usb port in my G5 keyboard. The wifi signal is very strong though.