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It's a fu**ing temple! :o

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I cant see the pic!!! :( :(

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Absolutely awesome pics!!!

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New pictures of my work. We just got a new bulb in one of our overhead lights which is why half the pictures are tinted green.

http://imgur.com/a/Rlv0Q#0

Edit: Cleaned up the pictures a little bit.

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HOw much are you looking to get for one of the imac g5's???

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I think we have one on our sales floor for $360 right now.

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I think we have one on our sales floor for $360 right now.

:s

Do people actually buy them? That's like the equivalent of buying a really nice looking Pentium 4 based PC.

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Sometimes they sell for $360 and then sometimes they don't sell for a month or so when they are at $250.

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That's like the equivalent of buying a really nice looking Pentium 4 based PC.

They made those? :o

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They made those? :o

No, it was more of a hypothetical comparison. :rofl:

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Is it the flat screen g5 with a camara or is it a Powermac g5?????

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Is it the flat screen g5 with a camara or is it a Powermac g5?????

Those are Core Duo iMacs and they either have a bad hard drive or bad graphics card.

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ooooo.....ok

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Could you possibly take some pics of them??

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Step up the price a little and get a Core 2 Duo iMac.

Gets you 64bit at least for the price of a typical RAM upgrade :p

Glassed Silver:mac

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I still whant to get a computer that runs atleast snow leapord. How much would a C2D iMac run??

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If we had C2D iMacs they would be $500+ and they usually go fast.

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I still whant to get a computer that runs atleast snow leapord. How much would a C2D iMac run??

As said many, many times by now, get a C2D Mini. You can find them for cheap on Ebay.

OR, build a Hackintosh. My old Dual-Core ran Snow Leopard fine, and to build that now would cost maybe $100 tops.

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If we had C2D iMacs they would be $500+ and they usually go fast.

Seen them cheaper than that already, and that was even my model which is 20" already.

Also a Mac Mini is a good choice, unless you explicitly want an All-in-one...

Computers that are that old don't really feel much faster from model to model, because usually you'll limit them to basic tasks and do your main work on a better machine.

So apart from OS and some light applications it's nothing to compare here usually.

C2D means you get up to Lion.

Snow Leopard runs extremely fine on C2Ds.

Glassed Silver:mac

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How much are the first mac mini running on ebay?

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Could you possibly take some pics of them??

Dude, you have said your budget doesn't go that far - why waste his time?

How much are the first mac mini running on ebay?

Go look?

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How much are the first mac mini running on ebay?

From $100 to $200 or so, but I don't think they're worth it. The cheap ones will not have wifi or bluetooth (they were configured options on the first mac minis), and they've got G4s in them.

I've seen C2D ones for only slightly more, which came default with wifi and bluetooth, and are very reliable computers that you can work on (more easily than an iMac or a Macbook). A C2D is still a decent processor for modern applications. Just make sure you don't get a Core Solo model, which are the worst ones they ever made. :laugh:

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Go look?

I cant, Where i am at right now they block ebay.

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I just want to thank everyone for the 5000+ views and 148 reply's! :woot:

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Update: Its on the truck to my home. Lets hope its here when i get home from school.!! :woot: :woot: :woot: :woot:

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