i bought this mac, which model it is ?!

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by jabriz, Apr 15, 2012.

  1. jabriz macrumors newbie

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    i bought this macbook pro and i need to know the model in this form MB****/A

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    * Model Name: MacBook Pro
    * Model Identifier: MacBookPro4,1
    * Processor Name: Intel Core 2 Duo
    * Processor Speed: 2.5 GHz
    * Number Of Processors: 1
    * Total Number Of Cores: 2
    * L2 Cache: 6 MB
    * Memory: 2 GB
    * Bus Speed: 800 MHz
    * Boot ROM Version: MBP41.00C1.B03
    * SMC Version (system): 1.27f3
    * Serial Number (system): W88351VCYK0
    * Hardware UUID: 5CABE780-21BF-5C15-BC38-6EEDA06CB04F
    * Sudden Motion Sensor:
    * State: Enabled


    GeForce 8600M GT:

    * Chipset Model: GeForce 8600M GT
    * Type: Display
    * Bus: PCIe
    * PCIe Lane Width: x16
    * VRAM (Total): 512 MB
    * Vendor: NVIDIA (0x10de)
    * Device ID: 0x0407
    * Revision ID: 0x00a1
    * ROM Revision: 3212
    * Displays:
    Color LCD:
    * Resolution: 1440 x 900
    * Depth: 32-Bit Color
    * Core Image: Hardware Accelerated
    * Main Display: Yes
    * Mirror: Off
    * Online: Yes
    * Quartz Extreme: Supported
    * Built-In: Yes
    Display Connector:
    * Status: No Display Connected

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    thanks !!
     
  2. Mal macrumors 603

    Mal

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    It's a MacBook Pro (15-inch Early 2008), MB134LL/A. I use MacTracker for this type of information, btw.

    jW
     
  3. phonitron macrumors member

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    Are these the dreaded NVIDIA models that were dying? I've been looking into buying used but the history of these models have been putting me off... Anyway all the best with the machine and hope you don't have any bother. I'm still sticking with my trusty old 15" 1.25GHz G4 for now and looking to take the plunge soon! I don't even have two fingered scrolling!
     
  4. /user/me macrumors 6502

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    Yes they are.
     
  5. Mal macrumors 603

    Mal

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    Yes, and if the original purchase date is more than 4 years ago, Apple is no longer replacing the logic boards for free if it goes out. I wouldn't recommend one of these. Going older to the first generation MBP would be preferable over an Early 2008 or 2.2/2.4GHz model (that's Apple's model names, it's the MacBookPro 3,1 and MacbookPro 4,1 models).

    jW
     
  6. fungus macrumors regular

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    I have this model, and while I have not experienced any problems in almost 4 years I still wouldn't have risked it. Curious to know what the OP paid for it, though.

    This brings back all those hundreds of threads about "ZOMG, should I run Crisis nonstop at ludicrous frames/sec to overstress the card and make it fail sooner so I can get the free replacement...???". Good times :D
     
  7. jabriz thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Thank u very much for ur help guys :D !!

    Well i didnt really buy this laptop ,, i got it from my company and i think am going to sell it and buy macbook air instead

    Is $800 fair price for it ? its like NEWWW condition ,, I live in middle east and macbook pro's are very expensive here

    Thanks
     
  8. srxtr macrumors 6502a

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    I think MacBooks are expensive anywhere.
     
  9. jabriz thread starter macrumors newbie

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    lol ,, ya right , but here if the laptop costs in USA $1500 u will find it here for $2800
     
  10. alphaod macrumors Core

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    A used 4 year old company computer? $800 is a bit high. However I don't know the market in the Middle East, so I cannot comment on it. Maybe your local market is like Ebay in the US; full of misinformed people who are willing to pay higher than market value.
     

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