Loc: Pittsburgh, PA
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>Single PPC 975 at 2.2 GHz<br>AGP 8x<br>FSB 1.1 GHz<br>Superdrive<br><br>Dual PPC 975 at 2.6 GHz<br>PCI-Express 16x<br>FSB 1.3 GHz<br>Superdrive Extreme (dual layer)<br><br>Dual PPC 975 at 3 GHz<br>PCI-Express 16x<br>FSB 1.5 GHz<br>Superdrive Extreme (dual layer)<p><hr></blockquote><p>I really hope this is true, but I guess we'll just have to wait and see. Dual layer DVD-R's are something i would love to see added to the Macs, same with the PCI express. <br><br>Here's the MacRumors link (page 2 rumor).<br><br>
Why? Just curious...cause if you are going to get one if it is dual (the low-end), why not get the dual 2ghz after the updates are released? (That is...if they get knocked down in price and are available)<br><br>
Agreed. All towers would benefit from dual processors; now and especially in the not so distant future, as more apps are written to take advantage. The iMac and eMac line fill the "low end" market quite nicely.<br><br>
#167424 - 05/25/0412:17 PMRe: Some G5 Rumors
Gotta have the latest and greatest, Dual 3GHz for me next time if that pans out to be true. <br><br>Yeah, single 2.2GHz would be kind of a bummer to see, but then again, not everyone can afford the really high end ones. In that case, if the pricing were right with the discontinued dual 2.2 ones, that would be the way to go. <br><br>
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