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A while back, someone posted as part of an answer, an area of Apple's web site that listed ALL Mac models, from the 128k to the G4, and technical data about them, such as OS's supported, memory/drive configurations, etc. etc. etc.

But, I failed to bookmark the site and haven't been able to find it! can anyone pass that along to me? Thanks.
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Well this isnt apples website but its just as good.... http://www.everymac.com/systems/apple/index.html ....It lists all the specs of all the computers from all the manufacturers of mac hardware...Obviously the link i gave you is just to the apple stuff but if you back up to www.everymac.com youll get the whole schebang.
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That's basically what I was looking for. I think it may have been the same site that was posted previously, and I just assumed it was an Apple site.

Thanks, weed.
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