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Old 11-20-2007, 01:35 PM   #1
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Default How many members are Apple/Mac owners?

I wanna know. Name what you have spec-wise, and what OS you are running. I know there has to be quite a few here.

I have -

iMac Snow, running OS X 10.4
600MHz G3
256MB ram <---- Soon to be a gig
40GB HDD
19" LCD external monitor hooked up, iMac doesn't fit on this desk

Power Macintosh 7100/80AV, running OS 8.6
PowerPC 601 80Mhz
64MB ram
2GB HDD
15" Apple Display

iMac Bondi, running 9.2.2
333MHz G3
96MB ram
20GB HDD

Macintosh Classic II, running 7.6.1
68030 16MHz
8MB ram
80MB HDD

All of them work, the Snow is my everyday one, all the others are put away.
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Old 11-20-2007, 01:54 PM   #2
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The original iMac
Lime Green
266 MHz (IIRC)
Mac OS 9.1 (IIRC)

I haven't used it in years, but it works just fine.

15" widescreen PowerBook G4
Mac OS 10.4.10
1.5 GHz PowerPC G4
1.25 GB RAM

G5 Tower
Mac OS 10.4.11
Dual 2 GHz PowerPC G5
1 GB RAM <---seriously need to upgrade
Dual 23" widescreen Apple Cinema Displays

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I have a PC I built too.

Laptop and G5 are at work.
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work computer that I use everyday:
Dual 2 GHz PowerMac G5
2 GB DDR SDRAM
160GB HD
23" Apple Cinema Display

previously owned:
533 MHz PowerMac G4
1GB SDRAM
120GB HD
21" flat CRT

400MHz PowerBook G3
512MB SDRAM
30GB HD
15" screen
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Mac Mini
1.6ghz Core 2 duo
1gb memory
100gb HD
OSX 10.4
Apple keyboard and mighty mouse
17" cheap LCD.

Not a bad Rig in my opinion.
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Old 11-20-2007, 04:55 PM   #5
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Mac Pro 3ghz core 2 duo
3.5 GB ram
Right now 2 terabytes of space (4-500gb internals) 1 -250 external. With like 2 terabytes in the closet
23 inch displays
running Leopard 10.5.1


Previously owned.
G5 dual 2.7
4GB ram
Liquid cooled

867 G4
1.5 GB ram Still have it.
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I got a new one to add to my list!

Quicksilver 2002
800MHz G4
512MB ram, soon to be 1.5GB
75GB HDD
CD/RW-DVD-ROM
GeForce4 MX 64MB
Will be running 10.4.11
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Old 11-22-2007, 01:31 AM   #7
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I have a couple:

eMac1.25ghz, 10.4.x

PowerBook 400mhz 10.4.x (still a decent web surfing machine)

I don't have all the info on them right now... both are slightly modified though in memory or HD.
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That'* it? No one else? I know there are more Mac owners here. Speak up!
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Blueberry iMac G3 400mhz
128 MB RAM
10GB HD
10.4.11

Powerbook G4 800mhz
640MB RAM
40GB HD
10.5.1

iPod Video (Black)
30GB
[ I couldn't leave it out. ]

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I has:

15" Macbook Pro
- Mac OS X
- Windows XP (using Boot Camp, I can choose windows or mac os at startup)
- 2.2GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
- 2GB Memory
- 160GB Hard Drive (Divided between Windows and Mac, apprx. 80GB each)
- 15-inch Glossy Widescreen Display
- Intense Sticker, adds another GB of Memory....i think

and

iPod Mini
- 4 GB
- Came free with the MacBook
- Bright Red (Aids edition)
- Engraving on the back Reads:
1st line: "BOOZE"
2nd line: " t(*.*t) "


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