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Topic # 202081 16-Sep-2016 08:07
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Hey guys just looking at expressions of interest for a mid 2007 iMac.

 

In very very good condition , I picked it up off of trade me as an impulse buy to play around with and now I have finished.

 

I have replaced the clunky hard drive with a 120gb ssd.

 

Upgraded it to the latest os x

 

added 2 more gig of memory so now is rocking 4 gb

 

The video card is the upgrade 256mb model and not the 128.

 

Does not come with a keyboard or mouse but you can just put your own on it.

 

 

 

This thing really moves for 2007 machine , the upgrade of memory and ssd is really making it fly.

 

 

 

Would prefer pickup and I am in Christchurch.

 

 

 

Just looking to get back what I have put into it.

 

 

 

$200 I think is a very fair price considering the upgrade to it





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  Reply # 1631503 16-Sep-2016 08:36
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Good luck with your sale but with the machine being so old I think you might be asking a bit much even with the upgrades. At the end of the day its still a core 2 duo processor I would have though you would get $150 - $200




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  Reply # 1631509 16-Sep-2016 08:42
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$200 it is , I have no idea its the first apple I have ever played around with.

 

Since building my new system I have managed to put os x on that via unibeast which is pretty cool and if I want to play I can boot to that disk.





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