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Could anyone tell me if I can use an Apple studio display with a G3 powermac?
This is my first mac and I need a little help getting the right monitor, I don't want to spend much so I'm looking for a used monitor.
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Yeah, I think you can, as long as you get the right cords and stuff if its not a new Apple Display then it should be fine.
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