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Discussion in 'PowerPC Macs' started by crownaent, Dec 15, 2015.
Any suggestions or instructions on how to do so? I plan on doing this.
I wouldn't post here, this is a forum dedicated to keeping PowerPC Macs (with their original innards and architecture) alive. There are plenty of other forums dedicated to making a hackintosh out of a G5 case.
Head over to tonymacx86
If the 2.7 Ghz PowerMac G5 works I recommend keeping it or selling it and not gutting it... 2.7Ghz G5s are rarer then most and it would be a shame to gut a working one. My Dual 2.7 runs nicely
I agree-don't kill a working 2.7. There are lots of more common ones that would be a better choice-look for something like a dual 1.8.
I too concur, only kill it if the LCS has leaked
Hahah xD I lol'D outright there, cheers mate
Heres another person saying, Don't kill a working G5, especially a 2.7GHz. If you want to hackintosh a G5, find a broken one or a Single 1.6GHz model.
Do not kill the machine second time. The first time engineers killed it.
I'm probably gonna be hackintoshing my dying PowerMac G5
I have another good working G5 that is being handled with lots of care and gets lots of attention
Sale the case to the guy which is going to restore the machine and have some internal original parts.