Mirror Door G4 with 768MB RAM, 120GB, 80GB, 40GB, and 30GB HDs, DVDROM and CDRW. Running Tiger Server but also has Tiger and Panther Server on various drives. Has two extra ethernet PCI cards and a USB 2.0 Card for iPod Universal Dock (with 4GB Nano).
PowerBook G3 333MHz Lombard with 512MB RAM, 40GB HD, DVDRW (won't burn DVDs though), wireless. Running Panther and 9.2.2.
Xserve G4 1GHz waiting for a case, its own RAM (as opposed to borrowed from the MDD), a drive module and blower to arrive and the DVDRW from the PowerBook (have a spare DVD for that). Also needs a couple of riser cards and an optical drive cable. Maybe some extra fans.
Also arriving with the drive module is logic, CPU and PSU for another G4 Xserve 1.33GHz. Begging to be finished off when the first is done.
I have a stack of old Beige G3s and a couple of old PCs about too.
Dual Athlon 2000+ workstation (1.67Ghz OC'd @ 1.78Ghz), 1gb RAM, 80Gb 7200rpm Seagate, winxp pro (would be runnng FC4, but no one has written a driver for my wireless card that will play nice with the SMP kernel )
Loc: Cyberspace Sector USA
After reading all of that it makes my system seem weak and heck. I need to even it out with my two main PCs lol, I know, they're not macs but I need to feel like a man here instead of a shrimp.
AMD Athlon 64 X2 3800+ (2GHz) with 1MB Cashe 2000MHz FSB DualCore DFI Lanparty NF4 SLI-D with nForce 4 chipset socket 939, PCI Express, Gigabit lan, USB 2.0 and Firewire, Serial ATA with RAID. 4GB of DDR400 (PC3200) XFX GeForce FX 6600LE PCIe 256MB vram. WesternDigital 200GB Serial ATA HD Sony DVD+RW 8x4x16 Thermaltake Silver Armor Aluminum Full-Tower ATX Case with 11 drive bays. Ceap 10 dollor 3rd party speakers and cheap GE PS\\2 keyboard and 5 button mouse.
Sadly this is my system at work. Funny thing is this system was for a client that I built for and crashed it not even two hours later and demaned a refund. So I gave him the refund and reinstalled XP and also tossed on Linux and wrote it off as a tax write off.
AMD Athlon 64 3000+ 1600MHz FSB 512KB cashe Forgot the motherboard model, it's from Gigabyte. gigabit lan, USB 2.0 firewire, Serial ATA, RAID, IDE, RealTek AC'97 Codec sound. nForce 3 chipset. GeForce FX 5200 256MB vram AGP, 2 GeForce4 Ti PCI 128MB vram. 160GB Serial ATA HD from WesternDigital. Pioneer DVD+RW 8x4x16 SoundBlaster Live Plat 5.1 100watt Marshall guitar amp (used to power my sound hehehe, can't go past volume 2 or it will blow up the soundcard or my ears) 2 old Marshall half stacks with cheapo 200watt speakers. 36inch Sony Trintitron TV two 17inch Dell P780 CRT monitors. Crummy MS bluetooth keyboard and 3 button mouse.
This system is wasting away at my band's house, currently using it for recording and mixing music.Post edited by: TCPMeta, at: 2005/12/09 21:44
You think your system is bad? Wait till you read about mine. Your system probably makes my iMac 350 look like its obsolete.
which is more than can be said for the 4 week old 2.8 ghz pentium 4 boxes my family just bought - already barely moving from spyware and crap. i tried my hardest to get them to get a mac, and i think i can get a g3 for free to set up just to show them what they are missing.
reason for edit: missing verbs
Post edited by: soundmann18, at: 2005/12/12 20:58
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