Mac Pro Computer, 2x 2GhZ Dual Core Intel Xeon 4GB R-A mistake?

lovehaight

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Jul 22, 2008
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I have purchased at auction this Mac Pro...I have not seen it yet but paid 700£ for it....no details on model number..will it run Snow Leop natively in 64 bit? thanks!
 

tri3limited

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Instead of worrying if it's worth the money in value why not decide if it's worth it for what you need?

For me £700 for that would probably be worth it as it would suit my needs and not be overly expensive. After all you can upgrade the RAM and add PCIe cards etc.
 

spinnerlys

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Pretty sure...http://www.sweeney-kincaid.com/Sale...umber=477&CatMode=1&PageNo=440&strBidStatus=A


i believe, although my no means sure, it is one the earliest models
http://lowendmac.com/macpro/mac-pro-2006.html

i really need to know if it was worth £690..although I suppose if I can manage to get to get £375-400 for my fully loaded powerbook g5 ppc it work out well.....anyone know ?
I take your PowerBook G5, as a lot of Apple fans would like to have it. ;)


Here is a website where you can check prices for used Macs.
www.mac2sell.net
 

lovehaight

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Jul 22, 2008
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Pretty sure...http://www.sweeney-kincaid.com/Sale...umber=477&CatMode=1&PageNo=440&strBidStatus=A


i believe, although my no means sure, it is one the earliest models
http://lowendmac.com/macpro/mac-pro-2006.html

i really need to know if it was worth £690..although I suppose if I can manage to get to get £375-400 for my fully loaded powerbook g5 ppc it work out well.....anyone know ?
Funny enough, 690£ on the dot! I am just a bit worried about running snow leopard natively, but there should be no problem, am I correct? also, I am ignorant of airport and bluetooth, is it fairly easy and inexpensive to add to the pro? BTW LOVE the powerbook symbol!
 
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