I have a Dual G5 2.0GHz Powermac. I hadn't really considered selling it but it's not really getting much use so it's available if we can find a price that suits both of us.
Dual 2.0GHz G5 processors
ATI Radeon 9600 128MB Video Card (2x DVI)
500G Boot Drive
3 Gigs Ram (2 x 1G + 2 x 512MB)
Airport AND Bluetooth
Original boxes, disks (Tiger) etc.
I bought this new CTO from Apple and it is super clean. It definitely shows as a 1 owner, well-respected machine.
ATI Radeon 9200 128MB PCI Video Card (1 x DVI, 1 x VGA, 1 x S-Video)
(In case you want to run a third or fourth display or run to a TV.)
Original Packaging included.
****The only problem will be the location. I am in Kingston, ON
****Let me know if you're interested. I'm happy to listen to offers on all or some of the above if you have a number in mind. Alternately, let me know how much of it you are interested in and we'll try to come up with a price that's fair for both of us.
I currently have an Apple Mac Xserve Dual 2.3GHz, 2Gb, no hard drives or trays. The model number of the systems is M9745LL/A. The system does not come with OS X. The cost is $450.00 plus shipping and the specifications are as follows:
The Apple Xserve G5/2.3 DP features dual 2.3 GHz PowerPC 970fx (G5) processors each with the AltiVec "Velocity Engine" vector processing unit and 512k "on chip" level 2 cache. It shipped configured with 2Gb of PC3200 EEC SDRAM, a slot-loading DVD-R optical drive of unspecified speed, and dual Gigabit Ethernet in a 1U case that fits in an industry-standard 19" rack. It shipped with a standard video card. Connectivity includes USB 2.0, Firewire "800", and dual PCI-X slots.
The specifications are as follows:
Hard Drives-Not included
Optical Drive-DVD-R Optical Drive
Case Type-Rack Mountable
A few people have asked, and yes I am still looking - I have just been unable to locate a suitable machine (that isn't in Lagos!)
Unfortunately I am looking for a pretty basic machine that will forever live in a closet serving FileMaker, a Matrox Axio card - while really cool isn't too helpful here. And I like Final Cut Express as much as anyone, but a box full of academic versions of pre-Intel graphics and video software isn't too helpful either.