I was digging through my iPhoto library and finally came acrossed a picture of the Cold cathode mod I did to a 1.6ghtz G5 about 10 days before they were released. (I have connections). I did my best to hide wires and not interupt the thermal zones. The blocks at the ends of the cathodes had to be grinded slightly and the plate that covers the top of the PSU had to be shifted slightly. The kit used was a PCToys Dual blue cathode kit, purchased at CompUSA, however I do not think Comp USA carries them anymore, that is if PCToys is still even in buisness. Enjoy. Edit- Image was too large at first.
Post edited by: ubergeek89, at: 2005/05/18 21:46
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