OK, if you pop off the protective cover on the ziff, whats the problem? It is larger than the ziff socket on the maneboard? Or dont the screw holes line up? what exactly won't fit?
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The board is either an AGP Sawtooth or a gigabit ethernet. The Sawtooth has an internal firewire port on one corner (Same corner as the external firewire.) Its not there on the Gig-E. Can't see it on your pic, so I guess you have a Gig-E board.
Here is a good pic of the Sawtooth board for you to compare:
If your CPU is a 500, that would fit my conclusion. Only the Sawtooth had a single 500MHz. The 500MHz Gig-E was a dual proc. The Sawtooth chip should run as far as I know, but like you say, the IDE is in the way.
its a sawtooth board. its got the internal firewire in the corner with the external firewire. The chip is definately not from a Q.S. The chip came out of one of the grophite colored g4s. i'm not sure of what model but the chip is dated 2001. What is the internal firewire port for anyway.
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