Help a stupid guy

robfenn

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Feb 25, 2005
10
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Kent, UK
Hi,

I'm selling an eMac. Its two years old, i doubt its a sooperdooperdrive but i can't find out, or if its a 700mhz, 1GB or whatever... where can i find that info on the mac as all the booklets are a generic and give no information from what i can see!

Also, what do you think its worth? Its barely been used, has all original CDs, documentation and Photoshop 7/Illustrator 10.

Cheers!

-Rob
 

Brize

macrumors 6502a
Jun 13, 2004
732
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Europe
Choose 'About This Mac' from the Apple menu for the processor and RAM information. Clicking on 'More Info' will open System Profiler, which details your hardware configuration. The optical drive information can be found under Hardware > ATA.

Naturally, the value of the eMac will depend on the specs.
 
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robfenn

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Feb 25, 2005
10
0
Kent, UK
Brize said:
Choose 'About This Mac' from the Apple menu for the processor and RAM information. Clicking on 'More Info' will open System Profiler, which details your hardware configuration. The optical drive information can be found under Hardware > ATA.

Naturally, the value of the eMac will depend on the specs.
Thanks dude. It says "PROCCESSOR:powerPC G4" but no sign of what speed that is...

Do you think that it has been owned by someone famous will help?

-Rob
 
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Brize

macrumors 6502a
Jun 13, 2004
732
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Europe
The Hardware Overview (in System Profiler) should give you the speed of the CPU.
 
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Brize

macrumors 6502a
Jun 13, 2004
732
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Europe
What a kerfuffle!

Brize said:
Choose 'About This Mac' from the Apple menu for the processor and RAM information. Clicking on 'More Info' will open System Profiler...
 
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robfenn

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Feb 25, 2005
10
0
Kent, UK
Brize said:
What a kerfuffle!
You bet your ass it is! Unfortunately there is no more info button, do you have a more info button, as i'd now like to press it..

Don't hate me.

-Rob
 
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AlephNull

macrumors member
Jan 27, 2005
38
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Cambridge, Ontario, Canada
Just incase, I think you can just pry open the Optical drive door on the front and the stats that it was built with will be on the inside of the door. Atleast thats how it is on my school's eMacs.
 
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