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Discussion in 'Mac' started by mud, Jun 20, 2002.

  1. mud

    mud Peasant

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    I need a new mac! My G4/400 is getting old. Its a Yikes! too. It has 384mb of Ram, V5 5500, a 13gb HD and a 40gb. With DVD. If I get a new comp I'll take my 40gb out and place it it my new comp. How much money could I get for this comp?

    Second question, what Mac should I get? If i get the 933 or DualGig should I drop the 4MX for the 7500, or even GeForce Ti?
     
  2. Jakeman

    Jakeman MSC Founder and Donator

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    i'm guessing it's worth $600

    get a GF 4 Ti if you have the money. or do like i do, build a pc for gaming, and get an iBook for mac stuff and portability.
     
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    This comp will be fore everything, gaming, school, and what not. I wish to go for Mac because of Adobe classes I'm taking at the community college, and other apps That I have that are already mac.
     
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    Maybe, if I had a little more money, how about you buy MINE! and I sit wait until MWNY?

    Oh, and Im only 17, so can't register on ebay, parents will NOT get me an account, or themselves. I would like it though, sigh.
     
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  6. Rhys

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    wait for MWNY, get a dual processor machine, there is a huge difference between single and dual cpu performance
     

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