• Apple Power Mac Pro G5 Hackintosh PC Computer Case Custom Aluminium USB3.0 eSATA

    Converted Apple Power Mac G5 to Full ATX PC case. If you're looking at making a hackintosh then it doesnt get much better than this case. There are a few imperfections, but they can be repaired. And if you have a cleaner case you want to use instead, then this case is a great, not only for the internal bits & parts, but also a demo of how to fit it all together.
    AU $189.00
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    Ending Saturday at 16:06 AEDST17h 54mBrand: AppleType: Desktop
  • Apple PowerMac G5 - 2003 / 1.6GHZ / 2GB RAM / 150GB HD / 10.4  / GeForce FX 5200

    For Sale: Apple PowerMac G5 (PowerMac7.2). More information about this PowerMac G5 can be seen here Hard Drive: also upgraded from 80GB to 150GB by a previous owner. Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce FX 5200.
    AU $120.00
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    Ending 24 Oct at 8:18 AEDST4d 10hLocal pickupBrand: AppleType: DesktopMemory: 2GB
  • Power Mac G5 (great for using as a case)

    This Power Mac is in remarkable condition for its age. Minor blemishes are present although hardly visible. It includes the power cable.
    AU $1.00
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    Ending 27 Oct at 19:30 AEDST7d 21hLocal pickup

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PowerMac Desktops

PowerMac desktop PCs were personal desktop computers produced and sold by Apple. Originally branded as the Power Macintosh, PowerMac PCs predated the Apple iMac and other more recent Apple PC products. Initially launched in March 1994, the range of PowerMac desktop computers underwent almost constant revision and evolution until being discontinued in August 2006. A short-lived addition to the line was the range of PowerMac HDD Apple desktops and all-in-ones.

PowerMac Processors

At the time of its initial release in 1994, the PowerMac made headlines as the first computer to be released by Apple to feature a PowerPC processor. During its 12-year lifespan, five generations of PowerPC processor chips were introduced and subsequently replaced. When the PowerMac was finally discontinued in 2006, it made way for the Mac Pro – the first Apple EC to feature an Intel processor.

The First PowerMac Desktops - The PowerMac 6100

The PowerMac 6100, originally branded as the Power Macintosh 6100, was the first of what would become a relatively long line of PowerMac desktop PCs. With an average cost of $1,700 at the time of release, the PowerMac 6100 featured optional AV configuration and was housed in a low-profile Centris 610 case. Months later, the PowerMac 6100 was superseded by the PowerMac 6100/66, which – as the name suggests – featured an upgraded 66 MHz processor. The PowerMac 6100 ceased production towards the end of 1995.

The Last PowerMac Desktops - The PowerMac G5

PowerPC G5 PowerMac Apple desktops and all-in-ones were the final generation of PowerMac computers. The PowerMac range had come a long way over its 12-year history, with the PowerMac G5 being housed in an aluminium casing and becoming the first 64-bit desktop computer to be released at the consumer level. Available in either a 1.8 GHz processor or the slightly lower-powered 1.6 GHz processor, users were given the option of upgrading to dual 2.0 GHz processors – levels of processing power that were simply unheard-of at the inception of the PowerMac desktop PC range. Today, collectors still track down these fascinating devices for their historical value.

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