The 1st generation Intel Xserve also had a Firewire port on the front.
On 8/1/11 8:38 AM, "John Buell" <email@hidden>
>On 1 aug 2011, at 17:17, Kent Sorensen wrote:
>> I'll be attending an auction for a printing house that has closed. They
>have a number of Xserves mounted in racks. There won't be a chance to
>investigate them in detail or log into them. Details are scarce.
>> Is there a way you can tell a G5 Xserve apart from the Intel ones, just
>by looking at the front ?
>In my believe all xserve with a Fireport on the front is a G5. If it is an
>USB port it is an intel.
>Taking a quick look at images posted on ebay, that seems to be right.
>PowerPC-based XServes, including the Cluster Nodes, have Firewire ports in
>front, and the Intel-based models have a USB port in front.
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