Hello all, I am new here and have been lurking around a bit and found this to be a seemingly friendly and informative site. I used to long ago be a PC modder and since becoming a mac head have had no interest in playing with the guts of my machine. Well my PSU burnt out the other day and I am now ready to take my soldering iron to task...:) I have been looking high and lo for a guide to attach a ATX PSU to a G4(DA) I am assuming the only differece here is the motherboard connections? Any help or links to help would be greatly appreciated. After getting my box goin again I plan to overclock. I am getting excited about tinkering with my mac.
I booted up and was feeling great!!!! BUT.... after about 10 mins and a couple of open apps she hung....DAMN!!! Now I really had to do some soldering...I bumped back one jumper to 933 and everything is still going well.....So I am feeling great again!!! So it seems that I don't need that power supply info after all..
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