Need to find out the specs on my Macs

Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by Rabidjade, Mar 21, 2004.

  1. Rabidjade macrumors member

    Mar 21, 2004
    I landed about 30+ Macs ranging from MacII's, Umaxes, to G3's. Anyways, they were sold without any type of OS in them and I was going to sell them that way. Now the problem is, I don't know the specs for these systems and wanted to know the easiest way to find out what is installed, such as CPU speed, Ram, HD size, video card, add-on cards, so forth. I'm kinda new to the Mac world of this age so I came here to ask. I'm not a business, just someone that likes tinkering with computers. Below is a link to a zip file with numerous pics of these systems, remember, I'm new to the vintage Mac world :rolleyes: . These are not for sale yet! Thanks!
  2. crap freakboy macrumors 6502a

    crap freakboy

    Jul 17, 2002
    nar in Gainsborough, me duck

    this should help you, covers every mac ever made with detailed specifications....just use the right-hand column to match your macs.

    good luck
  3. MacFan25 macrumors 68000


    Jan 5, 2003
  4. boskie macrumors regular

    Feb 6, 2001
    North Side Of Itchy Town
    I Find Mactracker to be invaluable for most of my needs. It runs on OS 8.5 - 10.x as well as on Wintel machines.

    The latest version adds Family numbers, exporting features (inc using the notes feature on your iPod) and uses alot of the resources of both of the above.
  5. Rabidjade thread starter macrumors member

    Mar 21, 2004
    I found a website that list models and the original specs, and so on. However, a lot of these systems have SCSI controler cards added at a later date, as well as G3 cards, ethernet, modems, video cards, and other various cards. Most of these cards don't even have a company or model number, only a serial number and maybe a QA tag. Without fully installing a OS, is there any way to tell what these are so they can be listed with the system when I sell these? Might be asking to much but it doesn't hurt to ask. I can take pics of the cards in question if someone wants to take a crack at guessing what they are.

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