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Hello,

I'm new here

and this is my first topic !!

 

who got the most powerful Mac here ?!

 

well mine is not so powerful (It was) and it is old, so everyone post his Mac's specs so we can who is the most powerful :|

 

 

Mine

 

PowerPC G4

 

Processor: Dual 1.42 GHz PowerPC G4

2 MB L3 cache per processor

 

Memory: 2GB DDR SDRAM

 

Screen: Apple HD Cinema 23'

 

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my 233 ghz core 2 duo macbook pro with 2 gb of ram beats your g4

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My rig beats all three before and maybe several to come, especially when it comes to disc-performance, since i built in the fastet RAID-Card available for mac (Highpoint RocketRAID 3520 with INTEL IOP81341 - 8 SATA-Ports - RAID 6) with 2 WD-RAptors and several other HDs... :guitar:

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After I buy my Mac Pro with 2 x 2.8GHz Xeons (8 cores in total), 10GB of 800MHz DDR2 ECC FB RAM (2x1GB + 4x2GB), Geforce 8800GT 512MB, and 2 x 500GB 7200RPM hard drives, and a 30" monitor, it will pwn all the macs and hackintoshes in this thread. Except the disc performance, in which theotherone's computer outshines (but I don't really care about disc performance)

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My components coming next week for a Hackintosh will beat all the MBP's here, and that G4 too... :)

 

- Intel Core 2 Quad 2.4Ghz OC TO 3.2-3.6Ghz (depends howmuch luck i got)

- WD Caviar SE16 500GB 7200rpm drive

- Western Digital MyBook Studio Edition 500GB !!!(USB 2.0, FireWire 400&800, eSATA)

- 4GB PC6400 OCZ Reaper HPC

- XpertVision/Palit nVidia 8800GT

- OCZ StealthXStream 600W

- Cooler Master 690 case

- GIGABYTE P35-DS4 (I hope rev 2.0/2.1)

- Thermalright Ultra Extreme 120 Heatsink + TriCool Antec fan 120mm

- Samsung SyncMaster 245B 24" Widescreen

And a few other things like advanced mousepad, laser mouse, good thermal paste etc...

 

I will maybe post another thead with my new build next week :)

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Your mom does. (have the most powerful Mac)

Had to, so tempting.

 

 

Macbook

2.2 C2D

4GB Ram

320GB HDD

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I ordered myself a mac pro yesterday

2x 2.8ghz (8 core)

4gb ram (don't need any more)

nV 8800 GT 512mb vram

320gb hdd (+ existing 320, 250 and 160 drives)

wireless N

 

plus other existing hardware, dual 19" widescreens, mbox 2 pro, ms mouse

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2x 3.2Ghz Quad core

RocketRaid 2320

4x 1TB drives

2x 30" ACDs

14GB FB-DIMMs

8800gt

 

x2 (two workstations)

Hi!

I only got the standard graphics card... How did you get the 8800 GT so soon?

Are they available in the US? Can someone make an eBay-auction or something and sell me this {censored}?

Yeah!! I'm that desperate!

 

To get it from the online Apple Store I have to wait 5-7 weeks... Can I just buy a regular PC-graphics card with the 8800GT-chipset?

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I just have the new Jan 08 Mac Pro

 

2 x quad core 2.8

2 gb (6 more on order) memory

stock drive + second 500 gb drive

Apple 23" LCD

 

Ordered it a while ago, so have a standalone 8800GT on order. Too bad the wait on the standalone part is so long! (I think mine is saying 27 March delivery atm)

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i have my Haxintosh which is a celeron D315 over clocked to 3.0Ghz(2.26Ghz original) w/ 1 gig of ram and a wide ultra SCSI 3 card running five 13.5gig 15,000RPM drives in a RAID 5 set up for a total of 54 gigs on the raid and also has 3 100gig ide drives internally. That lil guy is driving/managing a grid of Twelve (12) iMac G3 400Mhz Logic boards (no CRT no case etc) with 256meg of ram each and each with a 7 gig HDD this cluster also includes two iMac G3 350Mhz with 512 meg of ram each for use as our secondary (kitchen and living room) computers. i doubt this is the most powerful mac here but i like it and not to mention it looks sweet taking up my 1/2 of me and the wife's walk in :-D

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i have my Haxintosh which is a celeron D315 over clocked to 3.0Ghz(2.26Ghz original) w/ 1 gig of ram and a wide ultra SCSI 3 card running five 13.5gig 15,000RPM drives in a RAID 5 set up for a total of 54 gigs on the raid and also has 3 100gig ide drives internally. That lil guy is driving/managing a grid of Twelve (12) iMac G3 400Mhz Logic boards (no CRT no case etc) with 256meg of ram each and each with a 7 gig HDD this cluster also includes two iMac G3 350Mhz with 512 meg of ram each for use as our secondary (kitchen and living room) computers. i doubt this is the most powerful mac here but i like it and not to mention it looks sweet taking up my 1/2 of me and the wife's walk in :-D

 

 

I have got to see some pics of that!!!

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well. i have the chance to get a core 2 extreme x6800 but dont know if i should.

anyways my rigs not too bad

e4400

ecs 945gct-m(fully working)

4gbs of ram

7300gt

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Got a P5K Deluxe w/ Q6600 @ 4.01 GHz water cooled, 8 GB RAM, Raptor 74 GB, 2 x Seagate 7200.11 500GB, 7800 GT in a Lian-Li V1000 connected to a 30" 2560x1600 screen. Got the aluminum keyboard and mighty mouse. Geekbenches 7xxx, within spitting distance of 8-core Mac Pros.

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Lol, I used to have the "Blue Dalmation". Loved it. Sold it.

 

Whats funny is that my Intel Celeron died and I just happened to find a G3 400Mhz Indigo with 10Gb Hdd, 512mb ram, on the street. Call me cheap, but i was desperate... and still am for a better computer.

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