|Nov 29, 2012, 11:05 PM||#26|
Chip - Manufacturer
6802 - MOS Technology
6802a - MOS Technology
65816 - Western Design Center
65832 - MOS Technology (Not put into production)
68000 - Motorola
68010 - Motorola
68020 - Motorola
68030 - Motorola
68040 - Motorola
601 - Motorola/IBM alliance
603 - Motorola/IBM alliance
604 - Motorola/IBM alliance
G3 - IBM/Motorola (Freescale)
G4 - Freescale
G5 - IBM
|Nov 30, 2012, 08:18 AM||#27|
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|Nov 30, 2012, 11:29 AM||#28|
They've already stated what comes next, in the current naming scheme:
It appears they've either decided to use G5 for all post counts above 30K, or they haven't decided on what to use next, or they've increased the post count increment required for the next level. At any rate, it's interesting trivia about the history of processors Apple has used, but not much more. Whatever they elect to use is fine.
|Nov 30, 2012, 11:38 AM||#29|
|Nov 30, 2012, 02:33 PM||#30|
Obviously it would be just the numbers.
If you wanted to really drag it out:
This ought to get you guys to 110,000 before needing new titles! Hopefully by then we would have a new Mac Pro to pick processor numbers from.
(The W3xxx series are technically valid, but they're for uniprocessor configuration only)
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