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Apple Dual-1.8GHz Power Mac G5

alaScore 79

5 reviews

Oct, 2014

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Apple Dual-1.8GHz Power Mac G5

 

Packed with cutting-edge technologies ; Great value ; Excellent performance ; Quiet ; Huge memory capacity

Large case size ; Limited space for internal storage

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Apple Dual-1.42GHz Power Mac G4

 

Faster SuperDrive ; Ttractively priced ; Good performance ; Supports new Apple technologies

Internal Bluetooth module is a build-to-order option only

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Apple Dual-1.25GHz Power Mac G4

 

Impressive application performance ; Fast 167MHz system bus ; Includes fastest G4 processors available ; 2MB of L3 cache per processor

Expensive ; New case design can make adding hardware difficult

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Apple Dual-1.8GHz Power Mac G5

 

Great! With my 512mb, I can have about 5 design programs running and working without slow down... I have a g5 at work and the fans seem much more quiet than my own g5. With 1 gig of ram - I believe I could open all the programs in the dock and still...

Speed, Beauty, Memory. Quiet for it's speed and size

Humongous. Loud Superdrive. I don't believe I've ever heard a computer with such a loud CD drive

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Apple Dual-1.8GHz Power Mac G5

 

I've been using my G5 for graphics, photography rendering(Adobe Creative Suite), video compositing (FInaol Cut Express, iMovie, iDVD) in the work area. I don't play computer games on my Mac, but the abilities of the system would be very limited unless...

Multi-Processor power; up to 8 GB DDR 400 3200 RAM Limit; Four PCI-X expansion slots; Stylish, elegant design; Easy open case with 9 whisper quiet fans for cooling. An strong package that works hard

OEM Video Card (Mine's an ATI 9600 Pro/64MB DDR SDRAM) is not up to the system's abilities; lack of hard drive upgradability is disappointing unless you go with a PCI-X SATA RAID upgrade-espensive

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