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The simple question for my more knowledgeable neighbours is:

How can I tell Rev. A from Rev. B?

Yosemite is A? Yikes is B?

Help. Please and thanks.

P.S. MacDoc I know you know this one. ;)

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The B&W G3 towers were all nicknamed Yosemite. I believe the rev.A are 300 & 350 MHz models and rev.B are 400 & 450 MHz models.

"Yikes" are the first G4 models called PCI Graphics, 350 & 400 MHz.
 

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Actually, there are some machines that cross the MHz lines mentioned. The only sure way of telling the difference is by looking at the IDE controller on the motherboard.

Head on over to XLR8YourMac.com and look at the pictures...
 

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<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by macspectrum:
Here is the link on how to tell Rev A from B
Rev A or B?
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Page found. Thanks to all for helping out..

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Damn, I missed out on making a "funny"
I should have titled the link; "Rev B or not Rev B, that is the question."
 
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