Mac Pro MD770LL/A Mac Pro 3.2gz Quad Core 32GB RAM 1TB SSD, Sapphire 580, Mojave For Sale

Mac Pro MD770LL/A Mac Pro 3.2gz Quad Core 32GB RAM 1TB SSD, Sapphire 580, Mojave


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Mac Pro MD770LL/A Mac Pro 3.2gz Quad Core 32GB RAM 1TB SSD, Sapphire 580, Mojave:
$465

Fully working and reliable Mac with Sapphire 580 graphics card (8GB GDDR5 vRam) enabling this machine to run Mac OSX Mojave 10.4. Solid state hard drive included. I installed this video card myself months ago and it runs and works great. Machine is running with a fresh copy of Mojave. Includes original video card as seen in photo. This machine was used in a graphic design studio. Purchased used from iPower Resale a couple years ago and used daily since. Shut down each night. Managed well and properly taken care of.Wear and tear as can be expected; includes rub marks and scratches but no structural damage. Will ship using molded foam uppers and lowers that specifically fit this machine. This is machine #1 out of 3 total machines I am listing, not all the machines are equal in spec.
Sale is for lower 48 only. Sale is final, no refunds. Paypal only. Paypal must be received within 24 hours of purchase or machine will be re-listed. Please allow two business days to pack and ship.

On Jan-28-20 at 07:12:36 PST, seller added the following information:

Updated: also a 160GB HDD installed as well as the 1TB SSD.



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