yes and no... go here for complete info... specifically, the 7410 and 7450 processors<br><br>~~~<br>"Our civil rights have no dependence upon our religious opinions more than our opinions in physics or geometry." --Thomas Jefferson
The G4 is a 32-bit processor. However, it has a special unit called the Velocity Engine (altivec) on the processor, which is a 128-bit processing unit.<br><br>The 7450 has several specialised vector units.<br>I believe the G5 is 64-bit...<br><br>Cipher13<br><br>
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