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  Devon (Profile)
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Posted: Fri Mar 07, 2008 4:35 pm
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Ok iam board so here is a list of every mac i own from the fastest to the weakest.

1. 17 inch PowerBook G4 1.67Ghz
2. B & W powermac G3 900mhz upgrade with 7000 radeon
3. 466mhz Ibook G3 SE Firewire.
4. Bondi Blue Imac with 333mhz board upgrade
5. 275mhz PowerMac 5500 with tv tuner and video upgrades
6. Powerbook 1400/cs 133mhz
7. Performa 578 full 68040 33mhz
8. Quadra 700 25mhz 68040
9. Performa 475 25mhz LC040 no video
8. powerbook 180c 33mhz 030 has boot problems
9. powerbook 170 wont boot 25mhz 030
10. macintosh classic II 16mhz 030 checkardboard pattern at boot
11. macintosh LC 16mhz 020 runs fine.
12. Macintosh classic 8mhz 68000 runs ok screen is dying i think
13. macintosh SE dead for now.

I probably have more that i can't think of right now.
  
  dpaanlka (Profile)
  1024 MB
 
Posted: Fri Mar 07, 2008 6:02 pm
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My list is too long. With non working Macs, its very likely in the 90s.
  
  Minimalist (Profile)
  128 MB
 
Posted: Fri Mar 07, 2008 10:28 pm
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My list is very short. I have one working Mac and one non-working Mac. The working Mac is a Quadra 700. The non-working Mac is a beige G3 desktop.
  
  Lichen Software (Profile)
  128 MB
 
Posted: Sat Mar 08, 2008 6:25 am
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Mac IIci, 500 MB HD, 8 MB RAM ( I think), Sys 7.1

PB 1400 Sonnet G3 333 Mhz, 64 MB,30 Gb HD, 2 Gb CF card, Wirless, Sys's 7.6.1, 8.1, 8.6, 9.0.4 - still testing

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PB 1400 New Tech 233 Mhz, 64 MB, 1 Gb HD,Secondary video, Wireless, Sys 9.1

PB 1400 117 Mhz, 16 Mb I think, 1 Gb HD, Wireless, Sys 9.0.4

Have not had a chance to do anything with these two PB's yet
..............

7100/80,48Mb Ram I think, 500Mb HD,scanner, WACOM tablet, SCSI CD and Zip, Sys 8.1

Starmx 3000, 48 Mb Ram I think, 120 Gb HD, sys 8.6

Beige G3 DT, 400 MHz g3 (from B&W below), 512Mb RAM, 80 Gb HD, USB card, dual video, sys 9.0.4

AGP Graphics, Sonnet 1 GHz (for my wife),120 Gb HD, 10 GB HD, 7?? ram, dual video, dual boot 9.0.4/10.4.11

PB 12" 1.5 GHz, 512 Mb RAM,60 Gb HD, secondary monitor, keyboard, mouse, 180 Gb Firewire drive, zip, USB microphone, sys 10.4.10

...All working

Blue and White, 1 Ghz - Not working - parts to be harvested
  
  p-amadeus (Profile)
  64 MB
 
Posted: Sun Mar 09, 2008 1:25 am
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working:
G5 Quad 4x 2.5g g5/7.5gb ram/500gb hd/GeForce 7800GTX 512MB gfx/os 10.5.2
MacBook 2.0g c2d/3gb ram/80gb hd/os 10.5.2
Mac Mini 1.25g g4/1gb ram/40gb hd/os 10.4.11
B&W 500m g4/1gb ram/80gb hd/Radeon 9200 64MB gfx/os 10.4.11
Rev A Bondi iMac 233m g3/256mb ram/6gb hd/VooDoo2 8mb gfx/os 9.2.2
Performa 640CD 33m LC040/36mb ram/10gb hd/DOS Compatability card/os 7.6.1
LC III+ 33m 040/36mb ram/500mb hd/ethernet card/NetBSD
LC 16m 020/10mb ram/80mb hd/Apple II card/os 7.5.5
Classic 8m 000/2mb ram/40mb hd/only use to boot my Dark Castle floppy Smile
Mac Plus 8m 000/1mb ram/20mb ext hd/os 6.?

non-working:
PM 9500
Blueberry iMac
Classic II

Hope I'm not forgetting anything...
I used to have a TON of working Classic's and Pluses and a single working 512k but I recently sold them all off to make room.
  
  Minimalist (Profile)
  128 MB
 
Posted: Mon Mar 10, 2008 1:59 am
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Minimalist wrote:

My list is very short. I have one working Mac and one non-working Mac. The working Mac is a Quadra 700. The non-working Mac is a beige G3 desktop.


I am pleased to report that I am once again the proud owner of two working Macintosh computers. My beige G3 desktop machine has returned from the dead.

I forgot how much I really enjoyed typing on the old Apple Design keyboards. Hard to believe that I paid over a hundred dollars for this keyboard more than ten years ago, but it was worth every penny. Very Happy
  
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