1.33 GHz is amazingly fast compared to my old 333 MHz purple iMac and it even seems to be faster than my dad's 1.5 GHz. That could be because of the graphics card, though. His is an ATI Radeon 9000 Pro whereas mine is an nVIDIA GeForce FX Go5200. Just by the number of words you can tell which is better.
Post edited by: JediJoker7169, at: 2005/11/15 22:10
Cheers! :-) - JediJoker
Current: - "ProBook:" 15.4" MacBook Pro Core 2 Duo 2.33 GHz - Mac Classic II - Old PowerBook
Moved On: - "The Book of Power:" 12.1" PowerBook G4 Aluminum 1.33 GHz - Purple iMac
On my MacTest Pro G3 CD there is an application called "LED Test", it's interface is just a window with a pic of a lightbulb and a button that you can click to turn on/off the LED. I will see what I can dig up.
[censored] Oct 27 09:31:51 kmang4 idk Oct 27 09:31:53 kmang4 late Oct 27 09:31:57 MacJunky_G4 :( Oct 27 09:31:58 kmang4 heres where i found it Oct 27 09:32:08 kmang4 in the linux sources Oct 27 09:32:32 kmang4 drivers/macintosh/via-pmu-led.c Oct 27 09:32:46 kmang4 and Oct 27 09:32:49 kmang4 drivers/macintosh/via-pmu.c Oct 27 09:33:18 kmang4 and i'm looking through the Kernel.framework of osx to find the pmu control func Oct 27 09:33:24 MacJunky_G4 k Oct 27 09:33:29 kmang4 ttyl Oct 27 09:33:33 MacJunky_G4 bye
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