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Renegade

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  • Birthday 11/23/1978

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  1. Ok, so it's very likely these were for 12" Mac Monochrome CRT replacement. Thank you guys. I got these 20 years ago with a major haul of genuine Apple parts, these were the only one not packaged in an Apple branded enclosure.
  2. Hi guys, thank you for your replies. Indeed, the CRTs I have are definitely 12". But it seems they are quite different from the photo you posted, as the yoke differs and the anode hole is on the side: Then the Molex pluf is different:
  3. Hi, Currently in the process of moving my whole collection, I stumbled upon 3 of these new-old-stock CRTs. As you can see, the sticker reads "YK1208 - E37984 Type 90912" by Clinton Electronics Group. Thanks to anyone who can confirm !
  4. Moi aussi, j'ai hâte de voir le résultat ! Oops, wrong language. I, too, am looking forward to seeing the result !
  5. I would be willing to test with one of my SE/30s, but I live in western Europe. I guess you would rather send to US residents . I'm ok to pay for postage fees though.
  6. Zane, your comeback is great news. Count me in as well for the 8MB variant. Do you plan on selling a ROM SIMM programmer as well ?
  7. Yes, you guessed right . They're both dead at the moment... I'd be willing to get two sets.
  8. Great work, BGE ! Keep it up When you reach final design, I'd be interested in buying two of you boards (and I live in a country next to yours).
  9. Nice fan indeed, but the problem with those translucent fan blades is that they usually don't last long. It reminds me about the Noiseblocker S4 fans that were very popular 15 years ago but broke like glass after a couple of years.
  10. Have you guys heard of this project ? Doesn't support soft power but definitely worth a look.
  11. IIRC, the Classic had a 40-pin rom chip, which is less common nowadays. Am I wrong ?
  12. btw, I haven't been able to boot from a drive connected to it yet ...
  13. Hi, I realized that both Firmtek and Wiebetech sold Sil3132 based controller cards for late-2005 PowerMac G5. I had a Sil3132 card sitting in a drawer so I decided to give it a try. Fortunately, this card has a 4mbit eeprom. The firmware file (ROM.3132.2SE2) was taken from Firmtek's latest available update. Flashing it via updflash.exe in DOS mode was easy. But my 2.0 GHz dual core G5 is unstable with the card installed and a HDD attached to it (WD Green 500GB). Most of the time it will crash during boot or a few seconds past login... I tried the previous firmware revision (5.
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