Power Mac

Power Macintosh G3 Destop

This computer began the modern "generation" line.

It even was dubbed the wicked fast computer, and came with spedometer images on every box.

I still have both of my G3s to date.

Power Mac G4 (Digital Audio)

This was the third computer to bear the name PowerMac G4, and it certainly lived up to the title. It sported four PCI and one AGP 4x slots, as well as dual USB and FireWire. Between 466 and 733 MHz an

Power Mac G4 Quicksilver

In 2001, Apple re-designed the PowerMac G4 Line with the Quicksilver. This had a diffirent form factor than the previous Power Mac G4 computers, sporting a much sleeker case. This tough computer also includes one more PCI slot, has three PC133 RAM ports, and came with MacOS 9.2 and 10.1.

PowerExpress Manhattan Prototype

PowerExpress Manhattan was to be the next evolution of the Power Macintosh desktop line, due to replace the Power Mac 7300 with the new PowerExpress architecture.

PowerMac 9500/200

What can I say? This is my third mac, but its the first thats been around long enough (and was capable enough) for me to tinker with. Since I bought it last year, I've added another 128mb ram (totaling 256), a small storage drive from a performa 550, and a 4x SCSI CD RW. Future plans may involve a CPU upgrade, adding an ATA, USB, and possibly a firewire controller. Its main drive at the moment is a 2gb scsi, but once I get the ATA controller in I will upgrade it to something larger.

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