Yes, my sixth Power Mac G5. I like this one! My bosses grandson bought this G5 a few years back at an auction and he could never get it to turn on. We both like tech so I talked to him in the past and he brought up that he had a dead G5. Today I actually bought it from him for $20. My last G5 I traded for a 120GB SSD and 8GB of DDR3 was my DC 2GHz G5 a few weeks back. Anyway, I gutted a dual 2.3 for a hackintosh case but still have all the parts left over. This will soon be a 2.3 however keeping the original 2003 G5 covers on each processor. I have a project for me tonight! So the cool thing. This was actually used by a company called Sainte Partners which actually has owned some TV stations from Sacramento, CA to a few other stations north from there. It has 2x SATA cards and a MOTU PCI-424 card which has 4xFW400 ports and what looks to be a serial port. So my best guess is that it was used for music and video editing for the TV stations. One odd thing is that on each SATA card the PCI cover is cut with tape wrapped around. My best guess is that they had external SATA drives but needed them to be plugged in through SATA on the G5. Neat find. Tonight it is getting torn apart and made into a working 2.3!