What G4 chip is in the new PowerMacs?

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  1. utilizer macrumors regular

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    I've been browsing around the web for quite some time and have been under the impression that the 7457 G4 is already utilized in the new 1.43 Ghz machines but just learned that that may not be the case after reading a little about the chip around the web. What chip is in the 1.43 Ghz machines and when do people expect the 7457 to be implemented into the newer machines (excluding upgrade manufacturers)?
     
  2. kenkooler macrumors regular

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  3. JustAGuy macrumors member

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    All speculation points to the 7455/A (same as the last 1.25s) but I'm not going to be 100% convinced until somebody pulls off that heatsink and takes a picture.
     
  4. ddtlm macrumors 65816

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    The specs definately match a 7455. A 7457 is unlikely because they are always said to have 512k of L2.
     
  5. spacepower macrumors member

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    Hey I have a new one

    I am not sure about the 1.43 GHZ but here is the info I got from Xbench regarding my new DP 1.25 1MB cache

    System Info
    Xbench Version 1.0
    System Version 10.2.3
    Physical RAM 256 MB
    Model PowerMac3,6
    Processor PowerPC G4x2 @ 1.25 GHz
    Version 7455 (Apollo) v3.2 >>>>>>LOOK HERE<<<<<<<<<<
    L1 Cache 32K (instruction), 32K (data)
    L2 Cache 256K @ 1250 MHz
    L3 Cache 1024K @ 250 MHz
    Bus Frequency 167 MHz
    Video Card ATY,RV250
    Drive Type ST380024A >>>>Seagate 80gig<<<<<<

    Hope this helps
    Peace
     
  6. Dont Hurt Me macrumors 603

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    We are all still waiting for motorola to say what chips its making? why the big secret motorola & apple? should be a 7455.
     

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