|Sep 13, 2008, 08:22 PM||#1|
Hardware Question - Power Macintosh G3 All-In-One
Hi everybody. I have a random question about the old school Power Macintosh G3 (All-In-One) power supply. Anyone familiar with the unit knows how honking massive it is, and as I'm living in a dormitory I don't have a terrible amount of room. The essential hardware is fairly small, and as I was planning on using it as a headless unit, I'd like to migrate it to a smaller box with a new power supply.
So question: are the power pins for the logic board fairly standard, or is there some sort of proprietary arrangement?
|Sep 14, 2008, 09:26 AM||#2|
I'm pretty sure there is a specific pinout that is non-standardized.
Do a google search for "PowerMac G3 Power Supply Pinout" to get more information.
I recently rewired a standard ATX power supply to work in a PowerMac G4. Considering the new power supplies are over 100, rewiring saves quite a lot of money...
Also, would you sell your empty case when finished?
|Sep 14, 2008, 01:36 PM||#4|
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