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    Smile Current Vanilla Build?

    I've been scouring the forums for the past day or two when I have a spare moment and all I really want is some specs for a 100% vanilla build. I want to install Snow Leopard and then update my build as the updates roll out. I'm looking to drop around a thousand bucks, though I have no real limit besides $2500 for a new mac pro.
    I've come across a few threads from early 2009 that had some decent specs, but I know those can't be current. If anyone can point me to a thread or give me some advice I'd be stoked.
    I'm running a Dual 2.7 G5 right now and was wondering when I could afford to upgrade to a mac pro. After grabbing a mini 10V a couple weeks ago and putting OSX on it, I checked into building my own "mac pro" and now everything makes sense. $2500 is a bit more than I wanted to spend and now I don't have to.

    I ran across this guide on insanelymac, is this something I should aim for? http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/ind...owtopic=180954
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    no love eh?

 

 

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