It has 1.49 GHz RAM.<br><br>No faster CPU, or reasonably priced ones now? Oops! I thought she could upgrade that too.<br><br>Glad it is her prob, not mine. The guy may be able to do something about whatever is plugging up and making a speed trap.<br><br>
Right JD<br><br>PC 386 = Mac G3<br>PC 486 = Mac G4<br><br>There was a PC 586 which is the same as the very first "Intel" chip naming scheme and thats when the numbers were drop in favor for code named Procs, like we see today<br><br>Conversely;<br>Intel chips had far fewer transistors compared to the larger IBM chips for the Macs - This translated that the Intel chips could be "Over Clocked" <-- remember them mhz wars back then? Where as the IBM chips could run at the same speed but at a much lower clock setting, thus achieving the same calcs per nano second.<br><br>Simply;<br>Intel had a smaller "pipe" line back then so they over compensated by over clocking<br><br>
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<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>No faster CPU, or reasonably priced ones now? Oops! I thought she could upgrade that too.<p><hr></blockquote><p><br>Well, it is a roughly 7 year old machine. <br><br><br><br>Hey I'm an F'n Jerk!®
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