1. CaptainCaveMann macrumors 68000

    CaptainCaveMann

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    What did the 15inch top of the line Ti Powerbook come with? As far as processor,video card,hd and such? :)
     
  2. cwedl macrumors 65816

    cwedl

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    CPU: PowerPC 7455

    CPU Speed: 1.0 GHz

    FPU: integrated

    Bus Speed: 133 MHz

    Data Path: 64 bit

    ROM: 1 MB ROM + 3 MB toolbox ROM loaded into RAM

    RAM Type: PC133 SO-DIMM

    Minimum RAM Speed: 133 MHz

    Onboard RAM: 0 MB

    RAM Slots: 2

    Maximum RAM: 1 GB

    Level 1 Cache: 32 kB data, 32 kB instruction

    Level 2 Cache: 256 kB onchip, 1:1

    Level 3 Cache: 1 MB backside, 2:1

    Screen: 15.2" active matrix TFT

    Monitor: 24 bit 1280x854

    Video Card: ATI Radeon 9000 Mobility 4x AGP

    VRAM: 32/64 MB

    Slots: 1 PC Card (Type I or II)

    Optical Drive: 24x/8x/8x CD-RW/DVD-ROM or 24x/8x/4x/6x/1x SuperDrive

    Hard Disk: 40/60 GB 4200 RPM

    ATA Bus: ATA-66

    Ethernet: 10/100/1000BaseT

    USB: 2

    FireWire: 1

    Video Out: DVI, S-Video

    Audio Out: 16 bit stereo mini

    Audio In: 16 bit stereo mini

    Speaker(s): stereo

    Microphone: mono

    Modem: 56 kbps

    AirPort: optional

    Gestalt ID: 406

    Power: 61 Watts

    Weight: 5.4 lbs.

    Dimensions: 1" H x 13.4" W x 9.5" D

    Minimum OS: 9.2.2

    Maximum OS: 10.3.6

    Introduced: November 2002

    I think so anyway from http://www.apple-history.com
     
  3. CaptainCaveMann thread starter macrumors 68000

    CaptainCaveMann

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    Ok cool cause my friend has a ti powerbook (the latest model) and i like it a lot so i was wondering how much faster mine would be if i got a new one. Looks like going from a 1gig processor to a 1.33 or even the 1.5 should make quite a difference not to mention the room for 2 gigs of memory over the ti's 1 gig
     
  4. HiRez macrumors 603

    HiRez

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    You need to know top of the line when. Top of the line TiBooks have been 500 MHz, 667 MHz, 800 MHz, and 1 GHz at various times, with different GPUs and other options. For the details, see this table.
     
  5. Mord macrumors G4

    Mord

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    having 1MB of l3 cache would make about a 10-15% difference so that 1GHz 7455 would be like a 1.15GHz 7447 (the double l2 cache dosn't make that much difference)
     
  6. CaptainCaveMann thread starter macrumors 68000

    CaptainCaveMann

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    The last ti powerbook they made before the aluminum ones
     
  7. Spock macrumors 68000

    Spock

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    Dont forget the 400MhZ
     
  8. Mord macrumors G4

    Mord

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    top of the line meaning it was the fastest when they were out, the 400MHz one was never the fastest because there was a 500MHz one just a the 550MHz one was never the fastest.
     

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