ALL OF THEM?! Dude, let me put it this way- if we knew every mod, this website wouldn't exist as a free entity. What do you want done with it? Some lighting, better sound, faster CD drive? More RAM? RAID with two iPods, an old Laptop HD and a cd drive's memory? Name some ideas of mods- and we will bounce back pointers and other ideas... but you must incite the spark of jenious!
PS- check out Cold Cathoids, bit bigger then LED's but could certanly add a unique look to your G4...
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Paint job, verticle stripes, varying colours, with a wood stand instead of metal. Drop a larger HDD inside, and check into OC'ing the bad boy. The fastest DVD burner you can afford would be nice, and maxing out the RAM. Of course the cheapest mods are painting and overclocking, though a wood stand would be cool.
/I felt like being an artist making this post. Must be the environment I'm in...
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Well, you've told us twice you like lights- Cold Cathoids are generally blue, but I agree with whitlock- a wood stand would look sweet- What skills do you have... woodworking, metalworking, writeing, typing, painting... what do you like to do as a profession/hobby?
Owning an iMac G5, I would not recommend over clocking the system. The iMac G5 (especially Rev A) has serious heating issues. If any OCing is to be done, it will have to be of radical proportions in order to insure the system is cooled... but hey, if you want a water cooled iMac G5, go for it! :P
I own a 20" iMac G5/2.0/1Gig... I want to mod it, but I don't want to void my warranty
IF I were to mod this thing, which is an eventual possibility, I would do some LED/Cathode work on the grill on the bottom of the chasis w/ a matching sleep light... probably with a new paint job... and the wooden stand sounds like a cool idea, but it would have to be hard core because a 20" is heavy.
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