G5 Powermac Question

Discussion in 'Buying Tips and Advice' started by getbigg21, Jan 3, 2006.

  1. getbigg21 Guest

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    I can possibly get this for $1300 shipped what do u guys think/

    G5 PowerMac 1.8 2GRam 128MB Graphics Card 80G HD 2 CRTs

    2, 20" IBM 260 CRTs showing 30" wide, Optional 200G HD
    G5 Power Mac! Excellent computer! Works very well! Less than a year old! Still under 1 year warranty! Still eligible for Extended Apple Care! I'm a professional photographer! Computer was used to manage and enhance digital photos! Very fast! Will open a 200M file in 15 seconds or less. The 128MB ATI Radeon 9600 XT and 2 GIGs of Ram makes this G5 way faster, and with the 2, 20"monitors you get plenty of screen space making it very productive! And, it's a great buy! The 2 monitors, combined, give you 30 inches wide x 12 inches high of screen space. That's very usable and it's a lot more affordable than an Apple 30 inch display! Optional 200 GIG internal HD available for an additional $100.00. Computer will be cleared and will have Apple 10.3.5 Panther software installed with Microsoft Office and Adobe Photoshop Elements! Buyer pays shipping! Insurance recommended! Shipping will be about $40.00 each, FedEx Ground, for computer and 2 monitors Local buyer may pick up! PayPal or Postal Money Order!




    General Overview
    80 GIG HD
    200 GIG HD, available for $100.00 additional
    128MB ATI Radeon 9600 XT, upgraded from 64 MB
    2, GIG memory, Crucial brand on 4 512 sticks
    2, 20 inch IBM CRT monitors
    Both monitors work together as one
    Apple Keyboard & Mouse
    Detailed Overview
    Machine Name: Power Mac G5
    Machine Model: PowerMac9,1
    CPU Type: PowerPC G5 (3.0)
    Number Of CPUs: 1
    CPU Speed: 1.8 GHz
    L2 Cache (per CPU): 512 KB
    Memory: 2 GB
    Bus Speed: 600 MHz
    Boot ROM Version: 5.2.2b9
    Serial Number: YM4393P3QYT
    ATI Radeon 9600 XT:
    Chipset Model: ATY,RV360
    Type: Display
    Bus: AGP
    Slot: AGP
    VRAM (Total): 128 MB
    Vendor: ATI (0x1002)
    Device ID: 0x4152
    Revision ID: 0x0000
    ROM Revision: 113-A13602-121
    Displays:
    2, IBM P260:
    Resolution: 1600 x 1200 @ 90 Hz
    Depth: 32-bit Color
    Core Image: Supported
    Main Display: Yes
    Mirror: Off
    Online: Yes
    Quartz Extreme: Supported
    Rotation: Supported
    Memory:
    DIMM0/J4000:
    Size: 512 MB
    Type: DDR SDRAM
    Speed: PC3200U-30330
    Status: OK
    DIMM1/J4001:
    Size: 512 MB
    Type: DDR SDRAM
    Speed: PC3200U-30330
    Status: OK
    DIMM2/J4100:
    Size: 512 MB
    Type: DDR SDRAM
    Speed: PC3200U-30330
    Status: OK
    DIMM3/J4101:
    Size: 512 MB
    Type: DDR SDRAM
    Speed: PC3200U-30330
    Status: OK
    Serial-ATA Bus:
    Maxtor 6Y080M0:v
    Capacity: 76.33 GB
    Model: Maxtor 6Y080M0
    Revision: YAR51HW0
    Serial Number: Y23ZM7PE
    OPTIONAL
    Serial-ATA Bus:
    Maxtor 6B200S0:
    Capacity: 189.92 GB
    Model: Maxtor 6B200S0
    Revision: BANC1E00
    Serial Number: B503W81H
    Apple Pro Keyboard:
    Version: 4.00
    Bus Power (mA): 250
    Speed: Up to 12 Mb/sec
    Manufacturer: Mitsumi Electric
    Product ID: 0x020bv
    Vendor ID: 0x05ac (Apple Computer, Inc.)
     
  2. kwajaln macrumors 6502

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  3. getbigg21 thread starter Guest

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  4. CanadaRAM macrumors G5

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    The monitors are going to be a deal to ship -- they are large and heavy and unless they have the right packaging, they will not survive intact. $40 each may be on the low side for shipping.

    The seller is willing to pirate Office and Photoshop Elements (Absent any indication that they are providing original CDs, serials and transfer of license), so what else are they willing to cheat or lie about?
     
  5. getbigg21 thread starter Guest

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    well i just talked to the seller and it's not going to cost $40 to ship the stuff. he is wanting to get rid of this setup for $1300 shipped w/ insurance. so i'm just seeing what you guys thing so i can either act on it or not
     
  6. kwajaln macrumors 6502

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    #6
    Could this fall in the "too good to be true" category??
     

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