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Old Jan 24, 2013, 05:49 AM   #26
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Originally Posted by MisterKeeks View Post
He states it is a 2003 Dual 2.0. According to this page, which gets its data from this page, his model is in fact the least reliable Power Mac G5.

However, I don't think it's fair to give G5s such a bad rap, when the G3 iBooks had insane failure rates with the Graphics Card, TiBook hinges...
wait for it...

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Still, if the OP's machine was going to fail, it would have long ago. If it is still running well, it's in its downswing years and will continue to operating for its designed lifespan without a problem.
^^^ this. If you had a Mac affected by the "capacitor plague", it'd have died a long while ago, or would at least be so faulty you'd know it.

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G5s HAVE SATA DRIVES
Yep, 2x SATA I 1.5Gbit/sec hard disk drives.
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