The Pink Fury was featured on Hackaday when I first did it back in 2012!
The Pink Fury is what I have fondly named my VERY refurbished iMac G3 PC. I replaced the CRT ofthe strawberry-coloured computer with a 15" 1024x768 LCD panel, which left plenty of room for a microATX motherboard. A couple of other people have tried to do this before, but I wanted some table candy for LAN parties! My final build ended up using a quad-core AMD Athlon CPU, 4 GB DDR2 RAM, and an NVIDIA GTX430 GPU. Even with my cooling uprades (see the end) I needed to down-clock the CPU in order to keep it from overheating. One benefit of the low-resolution display is that the CPU and GPU do not need to draw nearly as many pixels as for a 1080p display, and in fact, since the display is so low-resolution, fancy visual effects and post-processing would not really be visible anyway, and can be disabled. This means that the Pink Fury was actually fairly competent for gaming, at the time of its construction.
|Pink Fury Display|
|Pink Fury Power supply|
|Pink Fury Motherboard Support Bracket|
|Pink Fury DVD-ROM/HDD Caddy|
|Pink Fury I/O Panel|
|Pink Fury Front Panel Audio Board|
|Pink Fury Cooling Upgrade|