What's Your Setup

Discussion in 'Macintosh Computers' started by SpaceMagic, Mar 15, 2005.

  1. SpaceMagic macrumors 68000


    Oct 26, 2003
    Cardiff, Wales
    I know this has been discussed before but just for the new members. Also, I want to see how things work for people. This is mine:

    PowerMac 1.8 SP G5 (Original) + Apple Wireless Keyboard & Mouse + Airport Extreme + Bluetooth + 768mb RAM + Beefy 2.1 Creative Speakers -> OS X

    iBook 366 SE + 320mb RAM + Airport Card -> OS X

    iMac 233mhz Rev. B + 288mb RAM + USB Belkin Wireless Dongle + Standard Apple Keyboard & Mouse -> OS 9

    Edit: I have an iPod mini too! 4GB

    Airport Extreme Base Station + HP Printer Attached

    2mbit ADSL Broadband Connection.

    Things I would change: I want to get rid of the iMac, but it's not really worth selling on ebay. I love my iBook, it was my first Mac. But at the moment in a VERY long time I really am happy with my main Mac (the G5). Want to get rid of old iMac and replace with a newer iMac (the fanless variety about 500mhz). Also I really need a decent laptop. My poor iBook has lost its way. :D
  2. paco taco mike macrumors member

    paco taco mike

    Jan 5, 2005
    San Francisco
    Powermac Dual 1.8
    1.25 gigs of Ram
    nvidia 6800 GT
    2x250 HD
    Bluetooth Mouse/Keyboard
    20" ACD
    12" Powerbook Rev A.
    867, 256 Ram
  3. bartelby macrumors Core


    Jun 16, 2004
    see sig for machines...
    I have an Apple BT Keyboard and mouse that I use for both the G4 Desktop and the G4 Powerbook.

    A Linksys Etherfast Cable Router (soon to be replaced with a Linksys Wireless-G Broadband Router).

    An knackered Epson 830 printer and a knackered HP scanner.
  4. SpaceMagic thread starter macrumors 68000


    Oct 26, 2003
    Cardiff, Wales
  5. nichos macrumors 6502


    Jul 17, 2004
    Jacksonville, Fl
    PC with Debian (Linux 2.6.6) 1gig ram, 1.8 AMD Athlon XP processor (not dualbooting)
    HP Laptop 512mb ram, 1.2g celeron, 15" display
    iBook 1.2ghz, 1.25g ram, airport, no bluetooth.
    Netgear wireless router
    and a whole closet full of PC's & PC hardware.
  6. vouder17 macrumors 6502a


    Apr 30, 2003
    17' iMac G5 1.8-1GB ram-Bluetooth
    233Mhz original iMac
    Ipod mini 4GB
    3G iPod 15Gb

    yeah i think thats it


  7. Biker21098 macrumors member

    Aug 13, 2002
    my stuff

    Main mac: original sawtooth 450 MHz AGP, now dual 1.2 GHz 7457 Powerlogix upgrade.
    Radeon 8500 Mac, overclocked using ATIcellerator
    1 gig of RAM
    5 internal HDD= 120, 60, 120, 120, 200
    Pioneer 107D DVD-R drive
    second powersupply from a PC 450watt
    fan cut into the front for air flow
    front USB 2.0 and firewire ports
    Dual 17 in VP171b viewsonics
    4 external HDD-120 backup, 200, 2x250 RAID 0
    also canopus ADVC-300 A/D converter
    FCP logickeyboard

    Laptop: 15" ALuminum 1.25 GHz
    1.5 GB RAM
    80GB 5400RPM HDD
    bus powered external HDD 80GB 5400 RPM, identical drive in case of failure

    various small gadgets.-Shuttle Pro, Linksys router PowerMate, iMic, Cyborg 3D joystick (sucks by the way must be broken), etc.

    P.S. I'm a film major might explain the extreme amounts of HDD space.
  8. risc macrumors 68030


    Jul 23, 2004
    Melbourne, Australia
    Power Mac Dual G5 1.8 GHz, 2 GB RAM, 160 GB HDD, BT, 256MB ATI Radeon 9800 XT, 20" AL ACD, El Gato EyeTV 400 Altec Lansing Speakers, iPod Photo 40 GB + dock. I also have an ElGato EyeHome that streams media from this machine.

    PowerBook G4 1.67 GHz 15", 1.5 GB RAM.

    iMac G5 1.6 GHz 17", 1 GB RAM - GFs computer.

    Pentium 3 667 MHz clone box running Linux as a gateway/firewall.
  9. jeremy.king macrumors 603


    Jul 23, 2002
    Fuquay Varina, NC
    PM G4 Dual 867/512MB/160GB
    Sony DRX-510UL FW
    17" Princeton CRT
    Deskjet 812C
    Umax Astra 6400U FW (rarely used)
    Apple Keyboard (white - had to replace Coke soaked Pro)
    Intellimouse Explorer
    Altec Lansing 2.1 speakers

    iPod Photo (40GB) - recent impulse buy ($339 at buy.com)

    Closet full of PC/Mac parts and other crap.

    IBM Thinkpad G40 (aka the TANK)
    3.0Ghz P4/1GB/40GB/Combo
  10. kgarner macrumors 68000


    Jan 28, 2004
    Mac Mini - 1.42 GHz, (soon to be) 1 GB RAM, 80 GB HD, Combo Drive
    D-Link Bluetooth adapter used to connect to SE T610
    40 GB Firewire Drive
    40 GB LaCie Mobile Firewire Drive
    iPod Shuffle 512 MB
    Logitech 2-button mouse (optical)
    Viewsonic Keyboard
    17" Viewsonic CRT Monitor
    HP 932c inkjet Printer
  11. zelmo macrumors 603


    Jul 3, 2004
    Mac since 7.5
    iMac G4 800/15, SuperDrive, 60GB, 512 RAM
    LaCie D2 160GB FW drive
    white Creature 2.1 speakers
    HP OfficeJet D135 print/scan/copy/fax
    generic 4 port USB hub
    Epson Stylus Photo Color 900 for printable CD/DVD media
    M-Audio Radium 49 midi keyboard
    Dazzle Hollywood A-to-D bridge
    Airport Extreme Base Station connected to cable modem

    PowerBook G4 rev c 1.33/15 Combo, 60GB, 512 RAM, BT, AE
    Radtech BT500 mouse

    Airport Express upstairs
    HP 5150 printer hooked to Express

    20GB 4G iPod
    Altec Lansing inMotion speakers

    XBox with LinkSys wireless box for Live, maybe 10 games
    GameCube, 7 or 8 games
    PS2, 20 or so games

    There is a PSP is in my near future.
    I think the iMac is going to go to my mom's house either later this year or early next year. I plan to upgrade to either an iMac G5 or possibly a Mini (G5 by then?) and a 24" Dell LCD.
    With any luck, the rev b PowerBook G5 (dcG4?) will be out by Spring next year. Then I'll give my daughter my PB for school and upgrade.
  12. Norouzi macrumors 6502

    Aug 6, 2004
    Philadelphia, PA
    PowerMac G4 450 AGP
    120GB Western Digital, 30GB Seagate
    ATI Radeon 9000 128
    768MB RAM
    Lacie 48x24x48 Firewire CD Burner
    Liteon 16x internal Dual Layer DVD Burner
    17" Princeton Graphics Synergy LCD
    20GB 4G iPod
    OS 10.3.8

    Only thing I need is a processor upgrade and I'll be happy for the next year or two.
  13. 173080 macrumors 6502

    Aug 15, 2003
    Mac mini, 1.25Ghz with a 20" Apple Cinema Display
    15" PowerBook G4, 1.5Ghz
    Xserve G5, 2.0Ghz G5, 1GB RAM, Dual 80GB ADM's in RAID 1

    iPod mini, 6GB, Blue

    LaCie 320GB BigDisk Extreme
    Apple Bluetooth Mouse
    Airport Express
  14. iSaint macrumors 603


    May 26, 2004
    South Mississippi y'all, near the water!
    see signature

    wifi'd to a DLink cable modem

    My daughter has my 6 yr old Compaq 667mhz PC, 17 in monitor. DLink wireless card networks to the Airport Express.

    She wants a Mac so bad.
  15. musicpyrite macrumors 68000


    Jan 6, 2004
    Cape Cod
    G4 15" 1 Ghz iMac. Stock. 256 MB RAM. :(
    LC III
    Preforma 400

    Windows machine:
    AMD 64 3000+ stock HSF (not OC'd) with Windows 64 bit edition
    Soltek SL-K890Pro (PCI-e version)
    512 MB Kingson PC4000 RAM (single stick)
    120 GB WD 8 MB cache hard drive (data, media, etc.) + 2x 10 GB WD 2 MB cache in RAID 0 (boot)
    Creative Linspire 7800 7.1 speakers.
    PCI-e X300SE (not much of a gamer here)
    420 Thermaltake PSU
    Hand-me-down 32X Sony CD-ROM, looking to upgrade to a DL DVD burner.
    Some random case, fans, mouse, and keyboard.
    KDS 17" Visual Sensation VGA monitor, 1024x768 @ 85 Hz

    Server: (streaming MP3s, movies, and for document backup)
    Windows XP Professional
    Pentium 266 MHz MMX @ 300 MHz, 66 MHz FSB 4.5 multiplier, 3.2 V
    Giga-byte GA-5SMN motherboard
    200 GB WD 8 MB cache + Seagate 20 GB HD 2 MB cache + 15.4 WD HD 2 MB cache + 2x 10 GB WD 2 MB cache in RAID 1 + 6 GB Quantum pice of **** HD (boot (lol))
    110 watt generic internal PSU + 250 watt Powermax PSU (for the 6 HDs)
    16 MB PCI nVidia TNT2 video card
    512 MB RAM (2x 128 + 256, all PNY brand)
    No keyboard, mouse, speakers, or monitor
    Linksys 10/100 PCI ethernet card
    ISA winmodem thing
    some PCI based IDE expansion card

    Bitch test/Linux machine:
    Pentium 133 MHz
    128 MB RAM
    6 GB Quantum HD
    ****** onboard video, sound, PSU, and mobo.
    10/100 ethernet card

  16. rhpenguin macrumors 6502a


    Jun 10, 2003
    London, Ontario
    PowerMac B&W
    420MHz G3 @120 FSB
    ATi Radeon 7000
    ATi Rage 128
    512MB PC133 SDRAM
    250GB Maxtor 7200RPM SATA HDDs (x2)
    SIIG PCI 4ch SATA Card
    LG 16x DL -/+ DVD-RW
    OS 9.2 / OS X 10.3.8
    19" Benq LCD Display (x2)
    White Apple Pro Keyboard
    Painted white Logitech Wheelmouse

    iBook 12"
    800MHz G3
    60GB Travelstar 7200RPM HDD
    OS X 10.3.8
    19" Benq LCD Display

    Dell Poweredge 2400
    Dual PIII 800MHz Processors
    1.5GB PC133 SDRAM
    80GB IBM SCSI (10000RPM) HDDs (x6)
    2x Intel Gigabit Ethernet adapters
    Slackware Linux 10

    These are my most up to date specs in my machines. There are a few more, but these are the only ones of note.
  17. cjacko macrumors newbie

    Feb 14, 2005
    Wisconsin, USA
    2.0 DP G5
    4GB ram
    Dual 20" LCD's
    Lacie 160GB FW800

    Original 450 DP
    Sonnet 1.42 DP G4
    1.5 GB ram
    Single 19" LCD
    Lacie 120GB FW400
  18. stevey500 macrumors 6502

    Sep 8, 2004
    Salt Lake City, Utah
    soon to be... G4 iBook 12", Sonica 7.1 M-Audio USB sound interface, Logitech Z-680 5.1 500WattRMS Speaker system

    G3 450mhz in mini custom built PlexiGlass case with 80 and 30gig hard drives just for server in file serving/storage
  19. iGary Guest


    May 26, 2004
    Randy's House
    Home Office:

    G4 1.25 GHz MDD PowerMac
    2.0 GB RAM
    80 GB Seagate HDD
    120 GB Seagate HDD
    200 GB Seagate HDD
    300 GB Maxtor FW External Drive
    DVD/CDRW Drive (Bay 1)
    DVD-RW/CD-RW (Bay 2)
    20" Apple Cinema Display
    40GB iPod Photo
    512MB iPod shuffle
    Canon i9900 Photo Printer
    Harmon Kardon SoundSticks

    Mobile Setup:

    12" 1.2GHz iBook
    768MB RAM
    30GB HDD
    Combo Drive
    20GB 3G iPod

    Office Setup:

    17" 1.8 GHz iMac G5
    1 GB RAM
    80 GB HDD
    200 GB Lacie External FWD
    Airport Extreme
    Xerox Phaser 8200 Printer
  20. joepunk macrumors 68030


    Aug 5, 2004
    a profane existence

    Performa 550 33.20.250.CD OS7.5
    iMac Strawberry rev.D 333.256.6.CD. external CD-RW 4x OS8.6


    15" Al Powerbook rev.B 1.5/512/80/128vram/Superdrive
    iPod 4G 20gig
    HP 5700 series printer

    Not much.
  21. Manzana macrumors 6502a


    Jul 19, 2004
    Orange County, CA

    15" PB @ 1.33 GHz, 768 mb ram, 60 gig hd

    160 gb lacie porsche

    2 x 40 gb 3rd Gen iPods

    d-link 524 wireless router
  22. CubaTBird macrumors 68020

    Apr 18, 2004
  23. mad jew Moderator emeritus

    mad jew

    Apr 3, 2004
    Adelaide, Australia
    2 Airport Extremes

    1 HP Vectra P4 1.7, 512Mb, 80G

    1 iBook G4 800, 640Mb, 80g

    Many old crappy Macs - mainly Performa 5400s (about 4)

    Hopefully soon 1 iMac G5 1.8, 512Mb, 160G (fingers crossed)
  24. heywoodja macrumors member


    Feb 14, 2005
    Milpitas, Ca USA
    My workstation

    Apple II+ 128 k ram. printer card with IBM thermal inkjet printer. Hayes 1200 baud modem. Green scale monitor. Two 5 1/2 floppy drives. Baby screams. Oh wait this isn't 1982.

    currently using dual 1.25 g4 with all the bells and whistles. What sucks is that Apple II+ was more expensive than my current setup. Whats funny is that the computer will still boot. But I seem to have forgoten most of the basic commands to make it do something.
  25. mduser63 macrumors 68040


    Nov 9, 2004
    Salt Lake City, UT
    I'm using a 12" 1.33 GHz Superdrive PowerBook G4 here. It's my first Mac, as well as my first laptop. I sold my old PC (Athlon 2000+, 512 RAM, 300 GB HDD, etc) to my brother, and now have a VIA 800 MHz Mini-ITX machine that I use on the rare occasion that I need some Windows software, as well as to play around with Linux.

    I expect that my next computer will be either an iMac G5, or possibly a PowerMac, depending on how much money I have when I finally decide to get a new desktop. For reference, the first computer I ever used extensively was a Compaq 8086 machine. First Mac I used regularly was a Mac II (still have both machines, both still work just great, still use the Mac II for games occasionally).

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