Help Me Find My Mac

Enter the serial number for your Mac below and press submit. You can find your serial number on a sticker on your Mac, or by going Apple Menu > About This Mac, then clicking the More Info button. This brings up System Profiler, and on the Hardware Overview that is displayed by default you should see your serial number, and be able to copy/paste it. You can also locate your Mac from its Model Identifier with our Model ID picker.

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Alternatively, you can select your Mac from the choices below.

PowerMac G3 Blue & White

PowerMac G3
Blue & White

PowerMac G3 Blue & White

The PowerMac G3 Blue & White came in a similarly designed case to the later PowerMac G4s - styled plastic with four carry handles and a hinged side door.

However the blue and white colouring is unique to this machine and positively identify it.

PowerMac G3 Beige

PowerMac G3 Beige
Mini-Tower

PowerMac G3 Beige Tower

This was Apple's last machine in a Beige tower case. It should say PowerMac G3 on the front, to distinguish it from earlier PowerMac towers.

Be aware however that a few Rev.A PowerMac G3s were also sold in a tower case, although only direct from the Apple Store.

To determine if you have a Rev.A, check the ROM revision with the Apple System Profiler utility. A ROM revision of: $77D.40F2 means a Rev.A machine.

PowerMac G3 Beige
Desktop

PowerMac G3 Beige Desktop

This was Apple's last machine in a Beige desktop case. It should say PowerMac G3 on the front, to distinguish it from earlier PowerMac desktops.

This machine is externally identical to most Rev.A Beige G3 desktops. This page refers exclusively to later revisions of the G3 Beige.

To determine if you have a Rev.A, check the ROM revision with the Apple System Profiler utility. A ROM revision of: $77D.40F2 means a Rev.A machine.

PowerMac G3 Beige
RevA

PowerMac G3 Rev.A

This machine should be labeled PowerMac G3, to distinguish it from earlier PowerMacs.

Although most Rev.A Beige G3s come in the pictured desktop case, the Apple Store did sell a few Rev.A towers directly, which had the same case as the later Beige G3 towers (far-left).

To determine if you have a Rev.A, check the ROM revision with the Apple System Profiler utility. A ROM revision of: $77D.40F2 means a Rev.A machine.

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