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FT: A64 rig for another Mac



Hey all..

I'm not really using my desktop to it's full potential, and I'd really like a G5 to compliment my new PB. This machine is very VERY fast, and usually yields 60-75fps in Doom III on high quality.

Athlon 64 3000+ - Clocked to 3200+ rock solid
Chaintech SK8T800 Motherboard
1024mb PC333 Crucial Ram - Clocked to PC400 speeds
120gb 2mb buffer HD
Leadtek A400 TDH 128mb (GeForce 6800) - Clocked to 6800GT speeds
48x CD-Rom
Windows XP Professional
Chieftec case with 2 80mm fans
Thermaltake 430w PS

I'm basically looking for a single processor G5 class machine, but I'd also take a dualie if we could strike a deal. 1.6 or 1.8ghz obviously.

I'd also be interested in trades for 15-17" Al Powerbooks.

Let me know by email [email protected] if you are interested!


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