G4 Mac Mini for me:
1.42ghz IBM G4
1gb Crucial DDR400
Apple "Breadcrumb" Keyboard (!)
Mighty Mouse (Rules!)
OS X Tiger 10.4.4
17" Acer TFT
I'm now a very happy Mac user
Wonder if this mac for the x86 is any good...
We shall see!
I've got a PowerBook G4 1.5 Ghz 15" and love it. My main problem with it is that it's not an Intel Mac.
Quad 2.5 G5, 4.5GB RAM, 7800GT, 20" Cinema Display and Wacom Intuos A
just got my first mac a couple o days ago. been needing one since my course at uni is macbased. a nice shiny new macbook pro 15.4" with 2 gigs o ram, just got windows up and running on it for testing and games. i love it! this is the first laptop ive ever had too, so its gonna take some getting used to!
Sweet! Drool DroolOriginally Posted by Roch
macbook 1.8ghz, my first mac
VersionTracker has a program which allows you to force resolutions (like PowerStrip) in windows ... it worked perfectly with my 2005FPW and G4Originally Posted by MattBlackRat
As you can see I have a G4 and MacBook ...
G4 PowerMac - Tiger 10.4 - 512MB RAM
MacBook - 2Ghz - 1GB RAM - 120GB HDD
Rotel RC970BX | DBX DriveRack |2x Rotel RB850
B&W DM640i | Velodyne 1512
Just got home after purchasing an intel based macbook i have a quick q though is there u can get ram for it other than apple? i refuse to pay there upgrade prices! and how much wud it b for 2 gb sticks? ive got a bit of money left over after buying my new macbook. God i love getting discount at john lewis!
Yes, try corsair or crucial based stuff.
Not around too often!
i got a 1 gig set for £45 from ebay, was mushkin stuff
works very well
ps. if you find some ram cheap just put it in google and see if anyone else with that ram has tried it in a macbook
Macbook in white, 512MB, 1.83GHz Core Duo, GMA950.
MOLLY AND POPPY!
PowerMac G4 733 Quicksilver.
Just recently bought it to replace the PowerMac G3 400 'Beige' I had.
G4 has 768mb ram, 40gb hdd, cdrw, all attached to a USB belkin KVM with a Old compaq usb keyboard, MS optical wheel mouse and cornerstone P1500 21" CRT. Runs 10.4.8.
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