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Old Jun 30, 2011, 07:09 AM   #1
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hi all,

i'm a newbie to mac i just want to ask what's the max cpu speed that my current powerpc G4 467 i can upgrade to??can someone help, thanks.
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Old Jun 30, 2011, 07:14 AM   #2
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Maybe this can help: F.A.Q. for Powerpc Macs

Btw, using a more descriptive thread title could get you a better audience. To edit your thread title, just click on the button on the bottom right of your original post and then click the button below your message.
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Dual and single 1.6GHz 7447a G4 upgrades are your only new option right now. You can always comb through ebay for older faster upgrades like the 1.8GHz 7448 G4 CPU in my G4 tower.

Sadly NewerTech/OWC no longer makes the 7448 upgrades. The 7448 is easily the most powerful G4 chip ever made and was actually manufactured a few months after the last G5 was made.

Here is a link to OWC's CPU upgrade section with your 2 options if you want new with a warrantee: http://eshop.macsales.com/search/MaxPower+G4
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Dual and single 1.6GHz 7447a G4 upgrades are your only new option right now. You can always comb through ebay for older faster upgrades like the 1.8GHz 7448 G4 CPU in my G4 tower.

Sadly NewerTech/OWC no longer makes the 7448 upgrades. The 7448 is easily the most powerful G4 chip ever made and was actually manufactured a few months after the last G5 was made.

Here is a link to OWC's CPU upgrade section with your 2 options if you want new with a warrantee: http://eshop.macsales.com/search/MaxPower+G4
Turns out they still make them.
http://newertech.com/products/maxpower48.php

EDIT: never mind... They're sold out anyway even though it says they're in stock.
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