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Power Mac G5 :: Maximum Limit For Hard Drive Size


Like the G4's before it(not including MDD), do the G5 Quads have a limit on hard drive size? I was wondering what the max size for a hard drive is for the G5 Quad, or can one go up to 4 terabytes?

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MDD 2003 Dual 1.25 w/ 2MB L3 Cache/2GB
Mac OS X (10.5.6)
G5 Quad Core 2.5 w/4GB DDR2 memory


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