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    Default Upgrading an Apple Developer Intel box?

    First post...glad to be here. On to business...

    So this is a strange post/situation.

    I've got one of the original Apple Intel Developer machines. This is a G5 case that was modified by Apple to have a P4 Mini-ATX motherboard. It's a 2.3ghz P4, 2GB, normal features. I could put OSX on it, but I'd rather make a faster/better hackintosh.

    What are my options? Should I put a new motherboard in the case? (It'd be 50% more 'legit' that way...right?)

    Sell it on eBay and build one from scratch?



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    If you can put it together without problem go for it, if you dont try building one, there some combos in the sticky

    If you try with the G5 case, post some photos of your progress
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    Here are the pics.

    Because there is no 'punch out' on the back, I think it'll be difficult to make it work.






 

 

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