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Chose 1.51-2.0GB
Authored by: wolfy on Jun 04, '04 04:21:44PM

I actually have 1.5GB as I type, but another 512MB module is on the Fedex truck, and will be installed by evening, bringing me to 2.0GB.

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1280 in a 450 Cube
Authored by: Gnarlodious on Jun 05, '04 12:24:17PM
2 of the 512's and one 256, Cube is running GREAT under 10.3.3 ! As long as I'm here, I want to heap praises on Apple. This 3 1/2 year old machine is a real workhorse and can do it all. My PC friends wonder in amazement at this indestructable little computer. So when are they going to make a G5 Cube?
The Naked Cube

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1280 in a 450 Cube
Authored by: Cerberus on Jun 09, '04 01:52:15PM

That sounds sweet. To add to this I am running a PowerMac 9600/200MP with a PowerLogix G4/700 and 640 MB RAM and I as well feel that an 8 year old machine that is now my mainbserver is a GREAT investment.

I bought it off eBay and paid 1200 for it 4-5 years ago (A little steep for sure but you can really get caught up in those bidding wars, much to my wallet's dissapointment!)

THANK YOU APPLE!



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1280 in a 450 Cube
Authored by: digiglyphics on Jun 17, '04 04:13:25PM

My two cubes function quite well as well but I don't think I would buy another one. With all of the external devices I have hooked up to this thing it takes up the same desk space as my G4 450 DP. Which seems almost twice as fast under 10.3.4 than either of my Cubes, except at the login window. Strange...

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"real skill comes without effort..." Li Mu Bai - Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon



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