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Yes, it's possible. You'll need an external SATA 3.5" carrier for the old hard drive from your G5. Note that a carrier for a 3.5" drive will also have an external power supply since it's not able to operate off USB power alone.

You may be better off purchasing an adapter rather than the carrier. I have both and prefer the adapter. Here is one that you can buy. LINK
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