WTT G3 iBook for Desktop

Discussion in 'Marketplace Archive 2' started by the next reviva, Jul 22, 2006.

  1. the next reviva
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    macrumors regular

    Nov 29, 2003
    Hey everyone, I have the following iBook computer:

    G3 800ghz
    384mb Ram
    combo drive
    30gb hard drive
    32mb radeon 7500 graphics chip
    12" display

    The outside of the casing has many superficial scratches. The Battery lasts a solid 2 1/2 to 3 hours. The battery is from a newer, G4 (?) iBook. iBook will come with a fresh install of Panther, and an AC wall adapter

    What I want:
    -I would like a highend G3 Tower, or a medium/low-end G4 Tower. Somethings -to consider.
    -A Combo/Superdrive is HIGH priority, although not necessary
    -AGP perferred
    -The more ram the better
    -Hard drive isn't necessary/doesn't have to be large.
    -Firewire is a plus

    I am willing to take a combination of cash and Tower, and may consider selling the iBook outright if the price is right. Thanks a lot,

  2. applefan1997
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    macrumors 6502

    Sep 2, 2005
    Koreatown, Los Angeles, California
    I have a b/w G3 Tower.
    450MHz G3
    256MB RAM(OS X still runs fast)
    16MB VRAM(with the original video card).
    9GB Ultra ATAHD
    Mac OS X 10.4.7/Mac OS 9.2.2 with iApps(imovie,itunes,iphoto)
    Microsoft office 98, Final Cut express 1.0.1 installed

    CD-RW Drive(40x read, 24x write, 16x rewrite)
    Apple Keyboard(new in wrapper, box tape cut open), and Apple ADBII Mouse(still works in OS X).
    Has a 17 eMachines eView17f3 monitor, can include it but shipping will be over the top i guess.
    If you need cash added I suppose you could give a idea.
  3. Rower_CPU
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    Moderator emeritus


    Oct 5, 2001
    San Diego, CA
    Note to all traders: You cannot include software (including the OS) on a sale/trade unless you include the original discs. See #9 - Licensing
  4. ReanimationLP
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    macrumors 68030


    Jan 8, 2005
    On the moon.
    I have a PCI Graphics Powermac G4 System.

    PowerPC G4 400 MHz Processor
    1 GB PC100 SDRAM
    30 GB Ultra ATA HD
    Combo Drive 52x32x52x16
    Mac OS X Tiger 10.4.7, its currently running off my Family Pack license, but I cant include the discs, so the hard disk will ship blank.
    ATi Radeon 7000 64MB Dualhead (DVI+VGA+Composite)

    Runs Quartz Extreme and Tiger very well, and is very snappy.

    I have a USB keyboard and an Apple mouse I can throw in.
  5. moooosedude
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    macrumors member


    Dec 18, 2004
    quicksilver g4

    I have a *sawtooth* (AGP) g4 400 mhz

    512 ram pc 133 (might be 100)
    80 gig hdd
    os x tiger
    stock video card
    cd-rw (ill include a dvd-rom drive if you would like)


    edit: Sorry guys...it was late...I don't know where my head was!
  6. ReanimationLP
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    macrumors 68030


    Jan 8, 2005
    On the moon.
    They never made a Quicksilver in 400 MHz.


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