Wish List Of A Rumor

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  1. rice_web macrumors 6502a

    rice_web

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    #1
    iMac

    - Up to 1GHz G4 Processor (Apollo)
    - 256K L2 Cache
    - 2MB L3 Cache
    - 133MHz System Bus
    - 512MB PC2100 DDR Memory
    - 100GB ATA 7200RPM 8MB Cache
    - SuperDrive (CD-RW / DVD-R)
    - GeForce4MX 460 4X AGP Graphics
    - 17" Widescreen LCD
    - USB 2.0
    - FireWire2
    - 10/100 Ethernet Port
    - Apple Pro Speakers
    - 1 Year .Mac Subscription
    - Pricing: $1299 - $1999

    PowerMac

    - Dual 1GHz to Dual 1.5GHz (7470)
    - 512K L2 Cache
    - 4MB L3 Cache
    - 166MHz System Bus (333 effective)
    - 512MB PC2700 DDR Memory
    - 2x 120GB ATA 7200RPM 8MB Cache
    - SuperDrive (CD-RW / DVD-R)
    - GeForce4 TI 4600 4X AGP Graphics
    - 19" Flat-Screen CRT Included (with choice of monitor)
    - USB 2.0
    - FireWire2
    - 1000T Ethernet
    - Apple Pro Speakers
    - 1 Year .Mac Subscription
    - Pricing: $2299 - $3599

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    I should start dreaming, right?
     
  2. alex_ant macrumors 68020

    alex_ant

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    Re: Wish List Of A Rumor

    I was going to say you should stop dreaming... but I guess that's just semantics. :)
     
  3. rice_web thread starter macrumors 6502a

    rice_web

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    Maybe it's the fact that I wrote it at 2AM...

    Seriously though, we should have those specs by October-December range. I really see no excuse for not.
     
  4. beez7777 macrumors 6502a

    beez7777

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    why would you dream of an iMac with a GeForce 4 MX?!? i think if it were my dream machine i could come up with a better video card. Also, that iMac's not gonna happen
     
  5. Liamcow macrumors member

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    I would buy one, even if i had to kill :mad:

    "But liamcow, Which one?" "BOTH OF THEM!!!!!"
     
  6. coolshot125 macrumors newbie

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    i expected to see that stuff at mwny!

    ...i also expected gates to suffer from a stroke the same day, but whose countin'?
     
  7. scem0 macrumors 604

    scem0

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    By the time we get that Intel will be at 2.5 GHz :(. I dont like it any more then y'all do. I would get that Pmac soooooo quick. Who wouldnt :D?
     
  8. Over Achiever macrumors 68000

    Over Achiever

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    Want a wish list? Go to
    http://www.yourdailymac.com/
    This is the most I've seen a site fantisize so far :p

    More realistic specs are given by
    http://www.macminute.com/

    :eek:

    If macminute is right, many are disappointed. If YDM is right, dreams are answered. My guess, right in between the two, or else Apple will have angry customers:mad:, and won't go broke:D

    Check out the other threads.
     
  9. Mr Jobs macrumors regular

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    - Dual 2GHz IBM Powe4
    - 4MB L3 Cache
    - 166MHz System Bus (333 effective)
    - 512MB PC2700 DDR Memory
    - 2x 120GB ATA 7200RPM 8MB Cache
    - 4X SuperDrive
    - GeForce4 TI 4600 4X AGP Graphics
    - USB 2.0
    - FireWire2
    - 1000T Ethernet
    - bluetooth

    here's to hope and dreams
     
  10. MacCoaster macrumors 6502a

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    Umm. They've already done 2.5Ghz. Actually, beyond that. 2.53Ghz to be exact.
     
  11. mischief macrumors 68030

    mischief

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    Jou want a Fantasy eh?

    hokay:

    Octet processor PPC/Transmeta Hybrid built by IBM on a Hypertransport nForce Mobo with 2-channel Hardware-RAID serial ATA and DDR 333. 4TB of solid-state holographic storage with no moving parts that only occupies 1 drive bay.

    Of course I have to add on a deluxe Applecare package which means Apple will send me a new machine every year for the rest of my life.

    Cost: $12.49 USD for shipping. :cool: :D :rolleyes:
     

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