First of all, I may be wrong in the post below when I said, " HD3870 will be one of the cards!"<br>That turns out to be a hackintosh computer. <br>They have now found ways to use RV670 and G92 cards with Leopard on a PC.<br><br>BUT the interesting part is how they are doing it...<br>They found G92 and RV670 kext files in 10.5.2 that was seeded to developers.<br>They then took those kext files and put them in 10.5.1.<br>They are now able to successfully use HD3870, HD3850, 8800 GT, and 8800 GTS cards with Leopard in a PC.<br><br>For me the real question becomes, why are G92 and RV670 kext files added to Leopard?<br>The probable good news? It is very likely that one or more of the following video cards will be available for the next Mac Pro:<br>ATI Radeon HD3850<br>ATI Radeon HD3870<br>nVidia GeForce 8800 GT<br>nVidia GeForce 8800 GTS 512MB G92<br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br>
LOL! i just now realized that Topper changed the image i linked in the original post. i always bump to the last post and i just figured that drjohn edited the image to be funny -- and i thought it seemed a bit out of character for him. heh.<br><br>
you could get as many as you wallet allows and you can dc-chain them, so you will have a visualization monster! :D<br><br><br>----<br>:) "In my experience, there's no such thing as luck." - Obi-Wan Kenobi
---- :) "In my experience, there's no such thing as luck." - Obi-Wan Kenobi
I know that this isn't anything new but I thought I would throw it out there anyway...<br><br>American Technology Research analyst Shaw Wu cites sources who say that Apple will start shipping some of their computers with Blu-ray support as early as Macworld.<br><br>Wu cited sources who say the Cupertino-based Mac maker, which already occupies a seat on the Blu-ray consortium, is set to begin shipping some of its computers with support for the next-generation DVD format.<br><br>"We believe this is a key announcement as current Macs ship with the DVD format and Sony gains a strong ally in Blu-ray," the analyst told clients. He added that Disney, for which Apple chief executive Steve Jobs is a Director, is a firm supporter of Blu-ray, while rival Microsoft Corp. has placed most of its eggs in the HD-DVD basket.<br><br>Appleinsider also corroborates the report with their own sources, expecting an overhaul to the Mac Pro in the 1st quarter of 2008 with Blu-ray support.<br><br><br>By the way, that is correct: 8 days, 1 hour, 26 minutes, 49 seconds until the launch of the new Mac Pro!<br><br><br><br><br><br><br>
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