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AppleTV inside MacPro? Can/Has it be done?

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I have a 2010 MacPro and just bought the latest 3rd generation AppleTV (A5 processor) yesterday.

I was wondering if anyone has ever put their ATV inside the MacPro to save space?

It seems like the black casing of the appleTV could be removed to save space, then  mounted where the PCIe slots are.

So I was wondering if anyone has ever experimented with this idea and if so, had any tips.

Thanks!

~Sambo

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AppleTV inside MacPro? Can/Has it be done?

Metin:

I have a 2010 MacPro and just bought the latest 3rd generation AppleTV (A5 processor) yesterday.

I was wondering if anyone has ever put their ATV inside the MacPro to save space?

It seems like the black casing of the appleTV could be removed to save space, then  mounted where the PCIe slots are.

So I was wondering if anyone has ever experimented with this idea and if so, had any tips.

Thanks!

~Sambo

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Mac Pro and AppleTVFirst Generation
Mac Pro and AppleTVFirst Generation

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AppleTV inside MacPro? CanCan/Has it be done?
AppleTV inside MacPro? CanCan/Has it be done?

Metin:

I have a 2010 MacPro and just bought the latest 3rd generation AppleTV (A5 processor) yesterday.

I was wondering if anyone has ever put their ATV inside the MacPro to save space?

It seems like the black casing of the appleTV could be removed to save space, then  mounted where the PCIe slots are.

So I was wondering if anyone has ever experimented with this idea and if so, had any tips.

Thanks!

~Sambo

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Mac Pro and AppleTV

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Wondering if anyone has put an AppleTVAppleTV inside their MacPro? Can it be done?
Wondering if anyone has put an AppleTVAppleTV inside their MacPro? Can it be done?

Metin:

I have a 2010 MacPro and just bought the latest 3rd generation AppleTV (A5 processor) yesterday.
 
I was wondering if anyone has ever put their ATV inside the MacPro to save space?
 
It seems like the black casing of the appleTV could be removed to save space, then mounted where the PCIe slots are.
 
So I was wondering if anyone has ever experimented with this idea and if so, had any tips.
 
Thanks!
 
~Sambo

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Mac Pro and AppleTV

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Wondering if anyone has put an AppleTV inside their MacPro?

Metin:

I have a 2010 MacPro and just bought the latest 3rd generation AppleTV (A5 processor) yesterday.
 
I was wondering if anyone has ever put their ATV inside the MacPro to save space?
 
It seems like the black casing of the appleTV could be removed to save space, then mounted where the PCIe slots are.
 
So I was wondering if anyone has ever experimented with this idea and if so, had any tips.
 
Thanks!
~Sambo

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Mac Pro and AppleTV

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open

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Wondering if anyone has put an AppleTV inside their MacPro?

Metin:

I have a 2010 MacPro and just bought the latest 3rd generation AppleTV (A5 processor) yesterday.
 
I was wondering if anyone has ever put their ATV inside the MacPro to save space?
 
It seems like the black casing of the appleTV could be removed to save space, then mounted where the PCIe slots are.
 
So I was wondering if anyone has ever experimented with this idea and if so, had any tips.
 
Thanks!
 
- Sam

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Mac Pro and AppleTV

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Wondering if anyone has put an AppleTV inside their MacPro?

Metin:

I have a 2010 MacPro and just bought the latest 3rd generation AppleTV (A5 processor) yesterday.

I was wondering if anyone has ever put their ATV inside the MacPro to save space?

It seems like the black casing of the appleTV could be removed to save space, then  mounted where the PCIe slots are.

So I was wondering if anyone has ever experimented with this idea and if so, had any tips.

Thanks!

- Sam

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Mac Pro and AppleTV

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open