I finally listed my PowerMac G5 on ebay! Here is a copy of the description:
Buy It Now and receive free FedEx Ground Shipping!* (See note at bottom)
Apple Macintosh PowerMac G5 Tower model M9032LL/A!
A great personal computer taken care of and loved by the original owner! This PowerMac G5 is great for making those professional looking home movies with iMovie or Final Cut Pro, recording and editing your podcast with GarageBand or video conferencing with iChat. (Software and video hardware not included)
This Macintosh has two unused PCI slots for external SATA cards or extra networking cards. With its super fast gigabit ethernet networking port and fast SATA hard disks, this Macintosh would be a great server for your photo or music collection.
Store data on not one but two hard disks, weighing in at 300gb and 160gb respectively. Both drives are freshly erased and ready for your use, with the 300gb drive having OS X Tiger 10.4.9 installed for you.
Also included is the Radeon 9800 Pro video card which supports both Apple displays with ADC connectors or displays with DVI connectors. An included adaptor allows you to connect your older SVGA monitors!
- Dual 2 GHZ G5 processors
- 2GB RAM (Arranged with 1GB in each bank)
- One 300GB SATA hard drive
- One 160GB SATA hard drive
- Radeon 9800 Pro video card with 256MB RAM with ADC and DVI connections
- Original Power Mac G5 CD with hardware test (OS X 10.2.7)
- Gigabit ethernet port
- OS X Tiger Upgrade CD
- OS X Tiger 10.4.9 installed
- Bluetooth module + antenna
- Wifi Antenna (NO wifi module)
- One button wired Apple Mouse
- G5 power cord
- Original manuals (10.2.7)
- ADC to DVI adaptor
- DVI to VGA adaptor
- Original packaging
- NO Keyboard
- NO modem (Although the phone cord is included)
- NO AppleCare / Warranty
Shipping Weight: ~50lbs. Shipping to USA only. Paypal only Shipping quote of $60 includes insurance of $1600.
*For free shipping, I will change the invoice to match the Buy It Now Price.
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