From the French rumor site Croquer dans la pomme<br><br>M9042LL/A <br>Dual 2.2 Ghz<br>512MB PC 3200 GDR<br>ATI Radeon 9600 Pro<br>160GB Serial ATA<br>3 64Bit NCV slots, 1 133Mhz, 2@ 100Mhz<br><br>M9490LL/A<br>Dual 2.4 Ghz<br>1GB PC 3200 GDR<br>Superdrive Pioneer DVR-A07<br>ATI Radeon 9800XT<br>250GB Serial ATA<br>3 compatible 267Mhz PCI-X slots backward with PCI-X 1.0<br><br>M9496LL/A<br>Dual 2.6 Ghz<br>1GB PC 3200 GDR<br>Superdrive Pioneer DVR-A07<br>ATI RAdeon 9800XT<br>250 GB Serial ATA<br>3 compatible 267MHz PCI-X slots backward with PCI-X 1.0<br><br>So... when?<br><br>
All dual again..I could see that happening.<br><br>If they do bump them up, I would say that they would do it in the next month or two. But if not, then I say those are just rumors as 3ghz was promised by Steve Jobs to be in the G5 a year from WWDC last year. So maybe they will be announced at WWDC in late June/early July. <br><br>
IF those specs were true, and the low-end 2.2ghz has a SuperDrive, I predict that it will be the fastest selling PowerMac in history!<br><br><br> My uptime is longer than yours, therefore my e-penis is longer.
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Depends on what you mean by dramatical...<br><br>With IBM debuting the Power5(? Or was it 6?) will Apple switch to those? And if so..when?<br><br>It is strange that the current lineup of G5's haven't changed (except for making the middle a dual) since they were announced last July. Almost feels like a deja-vu with Motorola, except the G5 is a kick-butt machine! I can't wait till OSX and other apps become 64-bit native! <br><br>
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<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>Almost feels like a deja-vu with Motorola, except the G5 is a kick-butt machine!<p><hr></blockquote><p>And I believe IBM is not back-ordered on chips like Motorola was.<br><br>
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