What do you think?

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  1. Ultracyclist, Feb 18, 2016
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    Ultracyclist macrumors regular

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    Hi Guy's (and girls)

    Recently I got this 2006 Mac Pro 1.1

    I did the firmware update to 2.1 and with al the hardware updates this is my total setup

    Mac Pro 2006
    2X Intel Xeon x5355 Edit: replaced with the X5365
    32gb RAM 667Hrz
    ATI Radion 5770 1gb Edit: replaced with an Sapphire HD 7950 3GB
    Kingston SSDNOW 120gb Edit: replaced with an Samsung 850 evo 250GB
    Apple HDD 320gb (old one from my MBP) Edit: replaced with an WD 1TB
    PCI-E Adapter Set Apple BCM94360CD BT 4.0 Wifi Card
    PCI-E USB 3.0 Card Inateck KT4006

    2X Dell Ultrasharp U2515H
    Hercules 2.1 Slim
    Apple Magic trackpad
    Apple Wireless keyboard + wired keyboard

    OS: 10.11.4


    So what do you think?
     
  2. ActionableMango macrumors 604

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    Good job. I always like to see people push the boundaries of their computers and make the most out of them. You have certainly done so.
     
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    Always nice to see the first gen Mac Pro still being put to good use! I just donated mine to my brother over Christmas when I upgraded to the dual processor 5,1
     
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    Nice, this 1.1 I have, I got from a friend of mine. He didn't use it anymore because he has his 3,1 he uses.

    I just like it as a project and to have it as my desktop "BEAST" :D
     
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    Awesome! :apple:
     
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  9. ifraaank, Mar 6, 2016
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    [​IMG]
    OT: What is that? A HDD? Of which model? :D
    EDIT: And can I get a link to that wallpaper?
     
  10. Ultracyclist thread starter macrumors regular

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    its my external firewire drive i just love the mac pro design
     
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    I thought so. Can I get the model? Looks awesome :D
     
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  13. ActionableMango macrumors 604

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    IMHO, the Macally enclosure model "g-s350sua" looks even more like a Mac Pro:

    61Jk869U8XL._SY355_.jpg

    There is no question what they were thinking of when they designed it.
     
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    I really love the design, only problem with it is its vertical wouldn't be practical on my desk.
     
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    Having a little Britney Spears moment... Oops i did it again!

    Next week im upgrading my Mac Pro with an AMD RADEON HD7950 3 GB GDDR5 :):):cool::cool::D:D
     
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    So, stupid question. Sapphire 7950 vs Radeon 7950? What's the difference? I thought about Sapphire, but why are there so many brands for the same model card? (haven't had a desktop in 12 years!)
     
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    Radeon HD 7950 is model, like nVidia GTX 680. Manufacturers are Sapphire, MSI, Gigabyte, EVGA, ASUS an so on.
    Just be sure to snag one with DVI, HDMI and two mDP ports if you want all them to work after flashing.
     

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