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Old Jan 30, 2003, 05:53 AM   #1
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Thumbs up First pictures of the inside of the new PowerMacs

The german magazine Macwelt has first pictures of an open (new) G4 on their website.

Check it out: http://www.macwelt.de/_news/200301/id14867.shtml

They also state that they have the impression that the new G4s are significantly quiter than the last ones...

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Old Jan 30, 2003, 06:53 AM   #2
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Very cool that its quieter... but it looks the exact same (except for the Firewire800 port)

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Old Jan 30, 2003, 08:04 AM   #4
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The question is, are they 7457's?
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Old Jan 30, 2003, 02:49 PM   #5
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Thanks for the post and link. Did you see the heat sink? so many blades an so thin! and no i dont think they are 7457's just another round of 7455( bumps courtesey of apple)!
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Thanks for the post and link. Did you see the heat sink? so many blades an so thin! and no i dont think they are 7457's just another round of 7455( bumps courtesey of apple)!
How come when the speeds stall out, Moto gets all the blame. Then when the updates come out, Apple gets all the credit?

Just an observation.
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Old Jan 30, 2003, 03:21 PM   #7
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How come when the speeds stall out, Moto gets all the blame. Then when the updates come out, Apple gets all the credit?
Well it all starts with the manifest truth that Apple is devine. When Apple or its products are seen as underperforming, naturally since Apple is perfect, the only possible conclusion is that someone else is at fault. Motorolla makes a nice scapegoat, and so do Microsoft and Intel, the twins of evil.
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The new processors are most likely revision 3.3 7455s, same as the new PowerBooks. The 1.25GHz is a rev 3.2, and the 1GHz and 867MHz ones are rev 2.1
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How come when the speeds stall out, Moto gets all the blame. Then when the updates come out, Apple gets all the credit?

Just an observation.
Because motorola has yet to post what in the world is going on with their chips/stagnation. unlike intel and amd who are constantly yelling about what they have done and where they are going. Motorola are you out there? And if you are why are you so quite? Dont you care about your customers?Keep it up and you wont have any.
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