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  1. #1
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    Standard Mac G5 Mod. arg-ist

    ​This time my case to mod is a classic. Powermac G5. One of the most popular and ,one of the most modded beauttiful case ever made. As robustness , ı can say it is a PANZER.



















    someone showed his love like ...















    Some prefer to use such













    Powermac G5 is one oft most modded case. but most of them, changed outlook of the case






    My goals for this Project were to preserve the look of the case at outside ;and fit my PC s hardware including a full ATX MB. And watercooling.























    I will to mod at two stages


    First the mod on the case and and convert it for an ATX (BTX) MB …


    Thenn as second mod this case for Watercooling… with acrylic tubing and alphacool capecora passive rads 642+142= 742








    To use an ATX mainboard at this case, the back panel must be changed.


    İf we wannt to adapt the case to new motherboard. We must change






    At the back panel, the fans must be moved off center, to make a new I/O. and a larger room
    for 7 slots




    There are a lot of mods, one of them is ,


    to make a half mask as Ben Katz did.


    Link: BuildIts: How to Fit Your PC in a Power Mac G5 Case







    and mount them to thecase











    Or we can use a MB tray with backpanel as gibsonc did.


    Link : Powermac G5 Case mod - Mods and Overclocking - InsanelyMac Forum







    And cut the case, to make a space







    And mount it













    But I wannt to make a new back panel complett. With new fan holes , I/O and slots.
    I wannt to use the original fangrill as well.




















    Drawn at corel... but ı musst make nearly 3000 circles with 3mm Radius..







    And sent to water jet for cutting….





    OTHER WORKLOGS

    Worklog https://www.hardwareluxx.de/community...d-1080606.html

    Worklog https://www.hardwareluxx.de/community...e-1012476.html

    Worklog https://www.hardwareluxx.de/community...e-1027807.html


    Worklog https://www.hardwareluxx.de/community...se-997564.html

    Worklog https://www.hardwareluxx.de/community...se-997157.html

    Worklog https://www.hardwareluxx.de/community...se-997564.html

    Worklog https://www.hardwareluxx.de/community...se-996669.html

    Worklog https://www.hardwareluxx.de/community...a-1032451.html

    Worklog https://www.hardwareluxx.de/community...r-1033308.html

    Worklog https://www.hardwareluxx.de/community...l#post22531803

    Worklog https://www.hardwareluxx.de/community...e-1028332.html
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    Oberbootsmann Avatar von djrobinson
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    Much success in your casemod.
    Nur wenige wissen, wie viel man wissen muß um zu wissen, wie wenig man weiß.

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    I really like the professinal work on the rear of the case. I always wanted to mod a G5 case, but I never had the time

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    UPDATE 16.12.2014

    İnside of the original case
    To start, ı completely emtied out the case, including the latching mechanism that holds the front side panel on;






    but be carefull , we must use latching mechanism.





    The new backpanel came from waterjet ,
    And this the new raw plate for backpanel that came from waterjet cutting




    and and new backpanel bended.







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    UPDATE 19.12.2014


    Locations were determined to be cut in the old panel







    marked places emptied with dremel.







    Bended backplate temporarily mounted to the case



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    UPDATE 20.12.2014



    To mount MB tray ı bonded 3 piece 10x20mm aluminum profiles with Dewcon SF plastic steell.(epoxi)






    MB tray (in 2 piece) mounted with standoffs.(they must be sanded, and painted)







    I must make a place for PSU . to mount the PSU ı made a tray .




    And mounted psu with this tray to the case




    I made a duct from plexi for exhaust of PSU.
    R48



    Mounted duct to PSU




    And mounted the psu with exhaust duct to his place with PSU tray




    This photograph is with a Corsair AX1200 photographed. İt is 200 mm long.



    Therefore , if ı have a problem with MB , then ı can use an Corsair AX860i . It is 160 mm long…
    40 mm shorter, not to have a problem with MB and slots.

    MB tray painted alu and mounted


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    You can mount the PSU vertical, so you dont have the Mainboard-Problem
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    UPDATE : 26.12.2014


    Original fangril mounted (from inside)




    Backpanel with mounted grills (I must find 2.2 mm phillips self tapping screws fort he grill







    The back panel brushed with 3M Abrasive Brush




    The new backpanel with I/0 slots and fan grils mounted to the case




    the latching mechanism that holds the front side panel is mounted again.




    And the side window mounted with latching mechanism.
    Case with closed sidewindow




    I must add an white vandal buton becouse the led of original Vandals is defect ,and two leds for ON/OF and HDD.



    Made 3 holes 3mm and 16 mm diameter.




    Mounted the 16mm Vandal



    And 3mm leds






    The slots painted with a alu spray.







    Through the case...

    Geändert von arg-ist (02.01.15 um 23:04 Uhr)

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    Really nice work! Thats how an G5 Mod should look!

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    go for it
    EX-SYSTEM : CPU: Intel i7-4770K OC 4,2Ghz cooled by EK Waterblocks Supremacy Full Nickel| Board: Gigabyte Z87X-UD4| Graka: EVGA GTX770 SC cooled by Watercool Heatkiller[HR]l Nickel
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    Zitat Zitat von dirkrs Beitrag anzeigen
    go for it
    Why not Dude.added new photos.

    - - - Updated - - -

    update 27.12.2014



    The case before modding



    And the new case with new backpanel




    And final pictures from the new Mac G5 ATX (BTX)














    To compare.. Original Mac G5 and the new ATX compiant Mac G5- ATX




    Next update is a different modified passive Watercooling, with a Cape CORA 742

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    UPDATE 30.12.2014


    I want to built a watercooling system, for my modified MAC G5 ATX




    And cool CPU+MB+Videocard. And use a PASSİVE RADIATOR.(no more fans to cool)
    One loop but in two parts.as
    3XHF142 rad >CPU> MB> 4X HF 142 rad>EVGA 680 Classified> REZ. >POMP




    I want to see the case like this




    Using a passive radiator , alphacool cape cora 7x142 mounted at rear sidewindow.









    using 7 piece bended 16 mm OD clear acrylic pipes, to see color of fluid.
    12mm acrylic pipe looks out very skinny to me…




    I could use 16mm OD Copper pipes too… like this…in my 800D case..



    https://www.hardwareluxx.de/community...e-1028332.html




    but ı want to edd a little color to the case…

    I planned to use EK-CSQ ADAPTER 90 BLACK





    EK-HDC Fittings 16mm G1/4-black(is the best rigid fitting for 16mm acrylic)




    and bıtspower case through hole fittings-black

    Geändert von arg-ist (30.12.14 um 09:06 Uhr)

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    UPDATE 31.12.2014

    This radiators normally operate parallel .Like this




    But ı want to use it as serial .Like this




    Therfore ı must mod T-plug connectors of cape cora.. on the bottom.and block one side to to prevent fluid flow.






    And make special fittings (adapters) for connection on the top between cape cora and EK-CSQ ADAPTER 90










    I will change EK-CSQ ADAPTER 90 Black ,with Monsoon Light Port 90 Rotary Angle Adapter ¾ Black





    and ı will illuminate the pipes from inline with Monsoon LED Stop Fitting Black(without monsoon comp. Fitting)





    to get the illuminated efect with 16mm thick acrylic pipes like this






    At last ı would like to see my MAC G5 case like this…with fluid color in bended acrylic pipes



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    But if you use the radiatior serial, you ll get just one in-/outlet on top of cour case, right?
    ....

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    Not if he is just extending the single tubes right into the case and managing the serial through flow inside of it.
    I guess that this is the best way to do it if the desired look shall be achieved.

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    Zitat Zitat von Labello Beitrag anzeigen
    But if you use the radiatior serial, you ll get just one in-/outlet on top of cour case, right?
    No ı have 2 inlet and 2 outlets. at the radiator. Becouse ı want to use 3x142 for MB and 4x142 for Videocard.


    There are a lot of cominations. I can use one of these, depending on the input and output of waterblocks…for example…

    Geändert von arg-ist (31.12.14 um 15:11 Uhr)

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    So Labello is (more or less) right if I understand you correctly.
    In the picture you've drawn there are seven tubes connecting the inside of the case to the upper ends of the radiator.
    To me it looks like as if you wanted to connect each sub piece of the radiator to the case with an acrylic tube and arrange the flow inside the case by connecting these tubes in the way you illustrated above.
    Is this how you are planning to do it?

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    Zitat Zitat von Chiller3333 Beitrag anzeigen
    So Labello is (more or less) right if I understand you correctly.
    In the picture you've drawn there are seven tubes connecting the inside of the case to the upper ends of the radiator.
    To me it looks like as if you wanted to connect each sub piece of the radiator to the case with an acrylic tube and arrange the flow inside the case by connecting these tubes in the way you illustrated above.
    Is this how you are planning to do it?


    In the picture you've drawn there are seven tubes connecting the inside of the case to the upper ends of the radiator.

    Correct...


    To me it looks like as if you wanted to connect each sub piece of the radiator to the case with an acrylic tube and arrange the


    No..

    I dont use acrylic tubes at the sub. I want to use Cape Cora s T Plug conecctors. as 2 in 1 group.

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    UPDATE 03.01.2015


    Finally arrived radiators. We can continue to work.





    I mounted every cooling moduls(Cape Cora 142) with self-tapping screws on two metal bars 20X5X400mm.









    Every moduls are mounted with two self tapping screws to both metal bars





    45 degree beveled ends of metal bars





    And they are complet mounted with two metal bars to the back side window


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    update 04.01.2015





    And case with mounted cape cora 742














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    Perfekt!!!!!!

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    the radiator completly ruins the visual of the case. should have gone for mora externaly or something similiar.
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    Bischen Geduld Freund...Wir werden sehen ,wie es aussieht...danke.

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    I agree, the height and the mounts don't fit the quality of the case. Mounted in the center with better looking mountings would make a huge difference.

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    Zitat Zitat von arg-ist Beitrag anzeigen
    Bischen Geduld Freund...Wir werden sehen ,wie es aussieht...danke.
    Ill follow your project.

    Its kinda contradictory to

    My goals for this Project were to preserve the look of the case at outside ;and fit my PC s hardware including a full ATX MB. And watercooling.
    though.

    We will see how it ends up. I like the tubing idea quite much, just not the fact and the way/position the radiator is mounted.

    however, no offense! great work so far.

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