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I can't believe it all fit! Hack Pro Pt. 2

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still waiting on that ricer


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You tearing apart another one just for kicks made me so sad. Even if it was an early kinda garbo model.


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Looking forward to this one when I find the time to watch it.


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you tore a G5 apart for the lolz? not taking into account that it was probably the board that failed (these models are known for ram slot issues, the board heats up too much and the slots desolder, you can fix them easily by heating the area around the slots) and that all parts you pulled out with such agresssion that you probably broke some part of them (cpu's, the casepieces, gpu maybe) could have been sold to someone looking to restore a G5 with a working board?

 

why? do you honestly not care or? like if you took your time, dissasembled it and sold the parts you don't need online i wouldn't have a problem with it, but just destroying vintage hardware is wrong. even if it "wasn't working".


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2 minutes ago, Twilight said:

you tore a G5 apart for the lolz? not taking into account that it was probably the board that failed (these models are known for ram slot issues, the board heats up too much and the slots desolder, you can fix them easily by heating the area around the slots) and that all parts you pulled out with such agresssion that you probably broke some part of them (cpu's, the casepieces, gpu maybe) could have been sold to someone looking to restore a G5 with a working board?

 

why? do you honestly not care or? like if you took your time, dissasembled it and sold the parts you don't need online i wouldn't have a problem with it, but just destroying vintage hardware is wrong. even if it "wasn't working".

I guess that's what happens with people that wipe their ass with graphics cards and swim in a pool of CPUs.


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6 minutes ago, Vishera said:

I guess that's what happens with people that wipe their ass with graphics cards and swim in a pool of CPUs.

even people with access to hardware like linus has, or people who are rich enough to buy whatever they want often appriciate vintage electronics, are aware that they can't just buy more if they break and are generally careful with those electronics for that reason... like, it doesn't matter how much money you have, if what you want to buy isn't available then you can't get it.


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1 hour ago, Hunter259 said:

You tearing apart another one just for kicks made me so sad. Even if it was an early kinda garbo model.

Boutta watch, hopefully it's not too sad. I had a PowerMac G5, gave it to a friend because I couldn't bear to gut it since it still worked nearly perfectly (I think one RAM stick was bad, other than that it was in great condition). Broke my heart when we (this same friend and I) tried to upgrade the CPUs in the 1st gen Mac pro I had though, that turned into a horrible mess and stuff broke 😢. Maybe I should see if he still has it and ask for the case so I can at least build a deserving rig inside it to atone for my sins. 


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1 minute ago, Zando Bob said:

Boutta watch, hopefully it's not too sad.

prepare yourself. it's really sad.


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1 hour ago, Hunter259 said:

Even if it was an early kinda garbo model.

it's the model you want though if you want to play around with a G5. the later one's had unreliable water cooling, and these early one's are more than fast enough to run old games/software, and are generally easy to work on if you take your time and don't rip them apart with your bare hands.


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2 minutes ago, Twilight said:

prepare yourself. it's really sad.

Yeah I just got to that part... all I have to say about that cooler removal method is 
OOF.


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Just now, Zando Bob said:

Yeah I just got to that part... all I have to say about that cooler removal method is

the worst part is he just puts it aside and is like but we'll just use this other one that's already done. like wtf, why pull that other one apart then?


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3 minutes ago, Twilight said:

the worst part is he just puts it aside and is like but we'll just use this other one that's already done. like wtf, why pull that other one apart then?

Maybe it was confirmed 100% dead so there weren't any worries about anything still working? If any parts were working then that's an oof, those parts need to survive for the people who wanna maintain working ones and need spares. 


Always try googling your motherboard and looking at the spec sheet and manual - OEMs keep those up for a reason - and maybe you'll learn something 🤔

 

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Radeon VII on an EK Acetal block and black EK backplate 
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Corsair RM1000i

Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ATX TG, Grey
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5 minutes ago, Zando Bob said:

Boutta watch, hopefully it's not too sad. I had a PowerMac G5, gave it to a friend because I couldn't bear to gut it since it still worked nearly perfectly (I think one RAM stick was bad, other than that it was in great condition). Broke my heart when we (this same friend and I) tried to upgrade the CPUs in the 1st gen Mac pro I had though, that turned into a horrible mess and stuff broke 😢. Maybe I should see if he still has it and ask for the case so I can at least build a deserving rig inside it to atone for my sins. 

That's sad,

If we are talking about vintage,

I have a launch model PS3 :D

I have Full backwards compability,4 USB ports,and a SD card reader,

My PS3 has a custom firmware so i can monitor the temperatures with a in-game OSD,i can control the Fan speed,

I can have a web server and a FTP server on the Game OS,I can install Linux and a lot of cool stuff.Also those are going up in value but i prefer to keep mine,I really like it :D


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2 minutes ago, Zando Bob said:

Maybe it was confirmed 100% dead so there weren't any worries about anything still working? If any parts were working then that's an oof, those parts need to survive for the people who wanna maintain working ones and need spares. 

it's likely a ram issue. i have a later one but similar (dual 2.0ghz) but mine is from '04. these suffer from an issue where the ram slots desolder and they won't detect any or not all memory, and therefore won't boot most of the time. they can be fixed by using a hairdryer or something similar to heat the board up a bit around the slots to reflow the solder, after that it should work fine again.

 

if it wasn't ram, it's possible it's a gpu problem, but if that's true then what he did is even more sad. because if that's the case he just destroyed a good board.


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Just now, Vishera said:

That's sad,

If we are talking about vintage,

I have a launch model PS3 :D

I have Full backwards compability,4 USB ports,and a SD card reader,

My PS3 has a custom firmware so i can monitor the temperatures with a in-game OSD,i can control the Fan speed,

I can have a web server and a FTP server on the Game OS,I can install Linux and a lot of cool stuff.Also those are going up in value but i prefer to keep mine,I really like it :D

Noice! Vintage-est stuff I have is my X58 motherboards. Have an X58 Classified SLI 3-Way, X58 Classified SLI 4-Way, and a Classified Super Record 2 (and another one that only boots with one CPU I'll likely pull stuff off of if I need it). 

I did save my dad's SNES, Sega Genesis, and Sega Game Gear (my little brother opened that up though so it may be broken). My mum was planning to just give them to Goodwill, I yoinked them. Need to get 'em all up and running and buy a display cable for the SNES, that's the only bit we lost over the years. Other than those, the oldest console I have an have actually used a bit is my Wii U, rn I mostly play on PC and my Switch. 


Always try googling your motherboard and looking at the spec sheet and manual - OEMs keep those up for a reason - and maybe you'll learn something 🤔

 

i7 5820K - NH-L12S - 4.2Ghz/3.4Ghz, 1.2v/1.05v (core/uncore) - 1.9v input voltage - 77C max - EVGA X99 Micro2 - 16GB (4x4GB) EVGA SuperSC DDR4 - ~2667Mhz CL16 - EVGA XC Ultra 1660 Ti - 250GB 960 Evo - 1TB WD Blue - 120GB HyperX Fury SSD - 1TB Seagate Barracuda Pro Compute 2.5" HDD - 2TB Seagate FireCuda 2.5" SSHD - Corsair CX550 (2017) - Fractal Design Meshify C Mini - 2 stock fans front, random corsair fan rear, all 120mm LG 25UM56-P - 25" 2560x1080 at 75Hz

 

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Big Rig:

Spoiler

 Xeon W3670 - Gammax 400 with an NH-D15S fan

EVGA X58 Classified SLI 4-Way XL-ATX
24GB (3x8) HyperX Fury DDR3 in Red - 1600Mhz CL9 - running 2040Mhz CL10-11-11-31
2x EVGA Classifed GTX 780 in SLI

120GB ADATA SU800 - 2TB WD Barracuda
EVGA 1600W T2
Corsair Air 540

Current project-ey plans:

Spoiler

5960X on a Heatkiller IV Pro Acetal
EVGA X99 Classified
32GB (4x8) 3200Mhz CL16 HyperX Predator DDR4
Radeon VII on an EK Acetal block and black EK backplate 
 1TB 970 Evo, 1TB Crucial MX500
Corsair RM1000i

Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ATX TG, Grey
EK D5 pump/res combo, EK-ZMT tubing, EK stubby barb fittings, 360mm GTS stealth rad, 4x Noctua iPPC NF-F12s, 2x Noctua NF-A15s

 

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2 minutes ago, Twilight said:

it's likely a ram issue. i have a later one but similar (dual 2.0ghz) but mine is from '04. these suffer from an issue where the ram slots desolder and they won't detect any or not all memory, and therefore won't boot most of the time. they can be fixed by using a hairdryer or something similar to heat the board up a bit around the slots to reflow the solder, after that it should work fine again.

 

if it wasn't ram, it's possible it's a gpu problem, but if that's true then what he did is even more sad. because if that's the case he just destroyed a good board.

Regardless if it was good or bad it was painful to watch :(


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Just now, Zando Bob said:

Noice! Vintage-est stuff I have is my X58 motherboards. Have an X58 Classified SLI 3-Way, X58 Classified SLI 4-Way, and a Classified Super Record 2 (and another one that only boots with one CPU I'll likely pull stuff off of if I need it).

i have a pentium MMX machine, P2 machine, P3 machine and a P4 machine. i also have 2 GTX 280's with an SLI bridge, an 8800GTX, 9800GTX+, a dual socket opteron board from 2003 or 2004, Powermac G5, iMac G3, 2006 Mac Mini, a bunch of CRT's including a black and white one from the 60's, and more.


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2 minutes ago, Zando Bob said:

Noice! Vintage-est stuff I have is my X58 motherboards. Have an X58 Classified SLI 3-Way, X58 Classified SLI 4-Way, and a Classified Super Record 2 (and another one that only boots with one CPU I'll likely pull stuff off of if I need it). 

I did save my dad's SNES, Sega Genesis, and Sega Game Gear (my little brother opened that up though so it may be broken). My mum was planning to just give them to Goodwill, I yoinked them. Need to get 'em all up and running and buy a display cable for the SNES, that's the only bit we lost over the years. Other than those, the oldest console I have an have actually used a bit is my Wii U, rn I mostly play on PC and my Switch. 

Nice boards to have around,

Wow,SNES and the Genesis,that's a nice collection,What games do you have for them?

I also forgot that i upgraded my launch model PS3 with a 1TB HDD,Sony launched the console with SATA and IDE and HDMI,the Blue Ray drive is connected to the IDE.


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5 minutes ago, Vishera said:

Nice boards to have around,

Wow,SNES and the Genesis,that's a nice collection,What games do you have for them?

I also forgot that i upgraded my launch model PS3 with a 1TB HDD,Sony launched the console with SATA and IDE and HDMI,the Blue Ray drive is connected to the IDE.

There's a Super Mario and I think a couple others for the SNES, a few football games and one of the top down scrolling spaceship-shooters for the Genesis. Should check tonight when I get home and get an actual list of the titles. 


Always try googling your motherboard and looking at the spec sheet and manual - OEMs keep those up for a reason - and maybe you'll learn something 🤔

 

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X58 Madlads: X58 Xeon/i7 discussion     X99 bois: X99 Xeon/i7 discussion

 

Big Rig:

Spoiler

 Xeon W3670 - Gammax 400 with an NH-D15S fan

EVGA X58 Classified SLI 4-Way XL-ATX
24GB (3x8) HyperX Fury DDR3 in Red - 1600Mhz CL9 - running 2040Mhz CL10-11-11-31
2x EVGA Classifed GTX 780 in SLI

120GB ADATA SU800 - 2TB WD Barracuda
EVGA 1600W T2
Corsair Air 540

Current project-ey plans:

Spoiler

5960X on a Heatkiller IV Pro Acetal
EVGA X99 Classified
32GB (4x8) 3200Mhz CL16 HyperX Predator DDR4
Radeon VII on an EK Acetal block and black EK backplate 
 1TB 970 Evo, 1TB Crucial MX500
Corsair RM1000i

Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ATX TG, Grey
EK D5 pump/res combo, EK-ZMT tubing, EK stubby barb fittings, 360mm GTS stealth rad, 4x Noctua iPPC NF-F12s, 2x Noctua NF-A15s

 

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14 minutes ago, SkyHound0202 said:

Better wait for Dune Pro and build a REAL Mac Hack Pro!

The G5 looks so much better...


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10 minutes ago, Vishera said:

The G5 looks so much better...

i wouldn't say better, just classic. i prefer it, don't get me wrong, but it is a lot easier to use the dune pro case.

 

to make a proper G5 mod, you first need a dead g5 to salvage, fabricate your own parts to make current pc hardware fit into the case and modify the case yourself. i get the appeal of an off-the-shelf solution.


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