Power Macintosh G4 (digital Audio) - México DF

Jueves, 13 mayo 2010

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Ciudad: México DF, Distrito Federal
Operación: Venta
Precio: MXN 4,000

Información de contacto

Nombre Juan Carlos
Número de Teléfono 5521127716


Este computadora llega con DOS monitores DELL, teclado/raton orginal y un Scanner Canon D2400U.

Configurado para Edicion de Video (FINAL CUT) y Audio.

Para gente que empiezan a trabajar de una manera professional con Audio y Video y no tienen mucho para invertir

Todo el Software esta instalado!

No es NUEVO, pero trabaja BIEN

PowerMac G4 dual (Digital audio)
Codename: Clockwork
OS: 10.4.11
Introduced: January 2001
Terminated: July 2001

CPU: PowerPC 7450 "G4"
CPU Speed: 533 doble procesador
FPU: integrated
Bus Speed: 133 MHz
Register Width: 32-bit
Data Bus Width: 64-bit
Address Bus Width: 32-bit
ROM: 1 MB ROM + 3 MB toolbox ROM loaded into RAM
RAM Type: PC133
Minimum RAM Speed: 133 MHz
RAM: 1.5 GB
Level 1 Cache: 32 kB data, 32 kB instruction
Level 2 Cache: 256 kB on-cpu
Expansion Slots: 4 64-bit 33 MHz PCI, 1 4x AGP (filled)

GPU: 2x NVidia GeForce2 MX
Max Resolution: all resolutions supported
Video Out: VGA/DVI, ADC, s-video

Hard Drive: 3 x 120 GB
ATA Bus: ATA-66
Optical Drive: Pioneer DVD

USB: 2 + 4 (tarjeta PCI)
Firewire: 2 + 4 (tarjeta PCI)
Audio Out: stereo 16 bit mini, Pro Speaker

Modem: 56 kbps
Ethernet: 10/100/1000Base-T

Power: 338 Watts
Dimensions: 17" H x 8.9" W x 18.4" D
Weight: 30 lbs.

Announced in January 2001, the PowerMac G4 (Digital Audio) was the first speed increase for the PowerMac line in over a year. The G4 (Digital Audio) was so-named because of a new Built-in Amplifier, designed to drive USB speakers, along with the conventional minijack line output. The G4 (DA) included a number of architectural improvements, including a 133 MHz bus, 4 PCI slots, and a 1 GB/s main-memory bus. PCI throughput was enhanced by the removal of the PCI bridge (the main memory controller now communicated directly with the PCI bus.). Notably missing from the G4 (DA) was multiprocessing. With the exception of a dual-533 MHz BTO option from the Apple Store, all models included a single processor. This was, according to Steve Jobs, the only way Apple would be able to ship the 667 and 733 MHz models in sufficient quantities.

The G4 (DA) shipped with two new flavors of G4: The low-end models shipped with the PPC 7410 processor, a lower-power variant of the 7400. The higher-end machines shipped with a PPC 7450 processor, which in addition to an on-chip 256 kB L2 Cache, and had four Altivec ("Velocity Engine") units. The PowerMac G4 (DA) shipped in four configurations: The 466 MHz configuration included 128 MB of RAM and 30 GB hard drive, for $1699. The 533 MHz configuration included 128 MB of RAM and a 40 GB hard drive for $2199 ($2499 for the dual-533 model). The 667 MHz configuration included 256 MB of RAM and a 60 GB hard drive for $2799. Finally, the 733 MHz configuration included 256 MB of RAM, a 60 GB hard drive for $3499. All configurations included a CD-RW drive, instead of the DVD-ROM drive of the previous G4 models (DVD-ROM was available BTO). The 733 MHz came with an innovative new "superdrive" which could read and write both CDs and DVDs. It was also bundled with Apple's iDVD, a simple DVD-Authoring application.
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