Mine is not noisy, yet I read about people saying it is. I've turned off all noise in the computer room and I can hardly hear the iMac! Sometimes I turn the old G3 mt on and I KNOW it is running.<br><br>Another thing. I've seen cats curled up on top of monitors while their owners compute. Probably for the warmth. Even if a cat could get up on the base of my iMac, it never gets the slightest bit warm.<br><br>
"If it turns out that President Barack Obama can make a deal with the most intransigent, hard-line, unreasonable, totalitarian mullahs in the world but not with Republicans? Maybe he’s not the problem."
I occasionally hear a noise from my Superdrive iMac, but not all of the time. It is no where near the noise that my old G3 mini tower made so I am not complaining.<br><br>That mt sits behind me in the corner. I need to take the time to clean things off it and get rid of it. Sure would give me a lot more room here. It is so slow compared to this one and of course OS 9 and I hate to muck with that now.<br><br>I don't have to feed or walk it so it can sit a few months more, i guess.<br><br>
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