Intel i7 3770 3.4GHz quad core processor
8GB DDR3 RAM (4x2GB, will eventually upgrade to 16GB)
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 745 4GB PCIe video card
DVDRW drive
Intel Pro 1500 180GB SSD
2xWestern Digital 640GB 7200RPM 3.5" hard drives
Windows XP on HD
Windows 7 64 on SSD
macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 on 2nd HD
PS/2 ports
2xUSB 2.0 ports rear
4xUSB 2.0 ports front
4xUSB 3.0 ports rear
Audio jacks front/rear
Parallel port
Serial port
Ethernet
DVI
HDMI
VGA
New thermal paste
Clean inside and out
Case has minor scratches and scuffs

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help me, I’ve torn apart my insides

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BIOS screen

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Windows XP desktop

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programs + specs

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windows 7 desktop

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HP Compaq LA2405wg 24" 1920x1200 monitor with DVI, VGA, DisplayPort

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macOS High Sierra 10.13 desktop

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here it is in all its glory... works like a charm! Pretty easy machine to hackintosh, though the 320W power supply is proprietary. There isn’t any 6-pin GPU power ... Stuck with PCIe powered video cards, but the GTX745 handles Dolphin emulation easily. Ethernet, sound, USB 3.0 ports, sleep, video all work perfectly. If anyone wants a cheap hackintosh on a budget you can pick up HP 8300s all day long for under $150 easily, even one with an i7 3770 with 8GB RAM.

Whittling the fleet down to 3, main desktop + laptop + this system. Just one machine left to sell... this HP is quite versatile and will be used as a 2nd machine/retrobox/OS X playground. It has a LOT of older software and VMs/emulators that have: Macintosh System 7.5.5, 9.something, Windows 98SE, 2000, MS-DOS, and Windows 3.11. Slew of soundfonts as well for MIDI.