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ATX Case for G4?
Posted by: MacG4User ()
Date: August 09, 2008 03:53PM

Hello I was wondering if anyone knows of a PC case I could use to for all my Mac components? My Mac G4's case can no longer be closed shut because the 2 plastic hooks next to the motherboard got broken off. I'm forced to leave the case open everyday and am afraid I accidently spill something on the parts or my cat decides to use it as his personal playpen. So now I have to either try to get some super glue to attach the plastic hooks, buy a new G4 case or get a PC case instead. I was thinking about getting a PC case instead, since they look more spacious and appear to have better air cooling. Help is greatly apppreciated!

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Re: ATX Case for G4?
Posted by: accorn ()
Date: November 17, 2008 12:33AM

You've probably already made your move on this but there is a page on modifying an atx for a powermac logic board:
[xlr8yourmac.com]

It can be done if your handy and don't mind the time required smiling smiley..
But personally, I would think it would be easier just to get a used case on ebay or try the super glue method smiling smiley.

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Re: ATX Case for G4?
Posted by: accorn ()
Date: November 17, 2008 12:36AM

A used mac case on ebay that is.

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