Nope, all over ADC. IIRC this one can draw up to 117 watts, which *will* push the PSU over its limit if the machine already has the full extent of available bells and whistles.speaking of ADC Display take a look at this
Is that CRT really just powered by the 25V ADC Port? I have a hard time believing that. theres got to be AC power input somewhere on that CRT. A CRT Requires Alternating current to function!Tested and has a very nice picture! Crack on the Apple emblem. Light scratches on the chassis may also be present. Very heavy. Local Pickup.www.ebay.com
Probably true, if you don't mind the aesthetic.I wanted to get that but it seems to me that if I ever have to ATX mod my G4, then that monitor becomes useless. Or if I ever want to upgrade the video card with a flashed one. Surely I could just get a trinitron and be just as happy?
I did the ATX power supply swap on my MDD a few years back.
I got a molex pin extraction tool and swapped the pins in just a few minutes.
I used an ATX PS extension cable to route the lines behind the optical drives and clear the full-length nvidia card.
The PS is held up with a couple of sheet metal screws under to the top plastic. Works great.
Thanks, back in the day I had it loaded up with four HD's and two optical drives. No wonder the original PS gave out. (twice)I'd just like to give a shout-out for your longboard GeForce 4 Ti! You don't see many of those around at all any more.