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gepepa May 30, 2001 04:10 PM
Mac spec website?
I went past a website which gave the specs for every Mac ever made (I think)
but I failed to bookmark it...anyone remember it?

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ddiokno May 30, 2001 04:56 PM
Hi Gegepa,
The website you are looking for is http://www.everymac.com http://forums.macnn.com/cgi-bin/biggrin.gif
regards,
dave
 
reader50 May 30, 2001 05:59 PM
This site also has reputable information on all Mac models ever made. http://forums.macnn.com/cgi-bin/smile.gif
 
gepepa May 30, 2001 08:18 PM
Thanks reader and ddikono....they come in handy when you are searching for a used model.

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Walter J. Ferstl May 31, 2001 10:36 PM
gepepa,

in addition to the sites mentioned already, there is Low End Mac
http://lowendmac.com/

Walter.
 
gepepa Jun 1, 2001 09:17 AM
thanks, Walter...already bookmarked it.
 
bradoesch Jun 2, 2001 01:55 AM
Sometimes the other sites (everymac, etc.) have the most accuruate info. Apple tells me that my Performa 580CD has a 66MHz processor, but technically, it's only a 33MHz (I don't understand why). But Apple claims that it'd double the MHz, but the other sites report it correctly.
So you might want to check two sources, and see if there's any changes.

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Cipher13 Jun 2, 2001 07:08 AM
Personally, I like www.apple-history.com best.
There is also a program that has all this info... is that everymac, or is that a site? Hm. I can't remember :\


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WillyB Jun 5, 2001 09:27 AM
For some really intensive geeky specs, check out:
http://www.macgurus.com/graphics/mboardsppcseries.html
 
gepepa Jun 5, 2001 11:43 AM
thanks Willy B...that was a great one!
 
capone Jun 6, 2001 09:32 PM
If you want a site with acurate info for every mac ever only an apple site will do. check out the TIL. If you want older macs go to the arcives.
 
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