Modding an Apple Mac Pro Power Supply



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Mourad ELGORMA

Mourad ELGORMA

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16 réflexions sur “Modding an Apple Mac Pro Power Supply

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    septembre 15, 2020 à 8:42
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    nice. i just did this with my xbox 360 power supply. only 16amps, but enough for most normal batteries.

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    septembre 15, 2020 à 8:42
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    Hi harrison thanks for the video .. do you think i can use an ATX power supply to my mac pro 2010 ? would be great if you can help me through

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    septembre 15, 2020 à 8:42
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    Hi Mark, thank you for time making this video. My power supply went dead is there a way to replace MAc Pro 1.1 psu with out the original disk come with Mac Pro? I do see the statrup disk with hard drive icon was wonder if that contain original disc.

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    septembre 15, 2020 à 8:42
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    Hi +Mark Harrison, can you please test all the inside (Smaller) pins? This information would be most invaluable to the community. Thank you

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    septembre 15, 2020 à 8:42
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    Great.!! I have one and the "NOISE" like "tic-tac" means that the power supply is not power on correctly.!
    I will post soon the right way.

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    septembre 15, 2020 à 8:42
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    Hello, I own a Mac pro 5,1 and I am thinking about moding the PSU and I need the connector that connects the PSU to the motherboard. If you or anyone else has this PSU and cut the connector off I am looking for one.

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    septembre 15, 2020 à 8:42
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    When you do this did you get a "tick tick" sound coming from the PSU? I have 3 of these and all 3 make a steady ticking sound (very faint) when it clicks on. I am registering 12.26 volts on all of the terminals so it is sending current but I am wondering if the power supplies are all on the way out?

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    septembre 15, 2020 à 8:42
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    If anyone has any idea wether i can mod a normal 24 atx Power supply, or where i can buy parts to rebuild a mac 3,1 power supply please help me out, i have recently stumbled upon two Mac pros, one is a 2, 1 from 2007, the other is a 3, 1 from 2008 and i am trying to rebuild the 3, 1 there was a graphics card and a logicboard in there, i have reordered the cpus and ram, ram is here already, cpus will be soon. Is there any way for me to check wether power supply and logicboard are still in working condition? if that helps, when i m plugging the psu into the wall and the logicboard, there s a clicking sound like a relay or something and when pressing power and relay button there are some LEDs on the Logicboard which light up for a moment. cant figure out which but i dont really trust the power supply anyways, so if anyone could help "build" one or mod one from the old parts and/or a new one, please respond, thank you very much!

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