So as some may or may not know my 2.3 DP G5 power supply fried itself to death, Upon looking at prices of power supplies/ Being annoyed at how this once epic machine is now un supported by most useful applications (i.e Flash runs like crap even with a 6800 Ultra) I decided it was time to make a Hackintosh! Now the first revision of Hardware is not what final build will use, The Motherboard, Cpu and hd's and Graphics card will be updated to something I can only assume will be a Micro ATX form factor and a nice intel i5 quad. Also as I want to re use the original power supply casing in order to not make the inside too untidy I had a slight engineering issue of fitting the taller heat sinks into the not very high G5 power supply case. So in my build I have gone for an older 250 watt psu which I had lying around, If I find it is too under powered for my final build I will try to upgrade it. So I gutted out the PSU and slapped the donor components into the psu cage to see if it would fit, Thankfully this being the second PSU I tried the heat sinks were just small enough to go in...Great success! After that I marked out the holes with a pen and made a pilot. Then I drilled through so I could mount the main board with screws and nuts. Then I needed to wire the fans up, I'm not 100% sold on the cooling efficiency of these as they don't seem to turn very fast, Tempted to add some small exhaust fans next to the other end of the PSU to help drag air through. Next it was bye bye old SATA and molex connectors as I wanted to wire in the stock set up for the G5 as I will be using the hard drive and optical drive bays in the same set up as they came from Apple. And here we have the connector soldered up, Honestly if you're not going to use a soldering Iron then don't even bother trying this because it will end up in tears. And here we have the other cables soldered in using heat shrink tubing for insulation, The masking tape is to stop the cables fouling on the metal edges, I currently don't have any electrical tape so when I add extra fans I will change that out for the black stuff. Also I used special heavy duty double sided grip tape to keep the transformer stuck down as well as the voltage selector switch, I am very confident this won't go anywhere and it sticks on like an absolute treat! Plugged in and test on the donor parts for the engineering stage of the build and... Hoorah it works and powers up, Now the PSU has a temp sensor on the heat sinks so I will have to see if it shuts itself down/ how warm things get. More updates when the MOBO tray arrives Will.