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This PowerMac came in the same case as the earlier single-core PowerMac G5s and the Mac Pros.
This machine is best distinguished from the earlier PowerMac G5s by the fact that it has 2 x RJ-45 Ethernet ports, earlier machines had 1. Mac Pros also have dual ethernet ports but also has 2 optical drive bays, while this PowerMac G5 only has 1.
This PowerMac came in the same case as the later dual-core PowerMac G5s.
This machine is best distinguished from the later PowerMac G5 and the Mac Pro by the fact that it only has 1 RJ-45 Ethernet port, later machines had 2.