Although it seems old, this is beginning to make sense somehow. The G5 does not have an Altivec, right? That may be the reason that the current G5 is not usable by Apple up o date. Here is the G5+ mentioned, featuring Altivec II - it could emulate the G4´s Altivec, no?Originally posted by hitman
Altivec II? Hmm....interesting.
I've got faith. Lots of it. Faith that we won't see the G5 until we're all nucking futz.Originally posted by Mr Jobs
iH8Quark (love you name) have some faith
* Szacowana wydajność: 1342 SpecInt2000 i 1364 SpecFP2000 przy zegarze 1,6GHz
yep...that sounds about right. Nice thought, but it's not going to do sh*t for a 32bit operating system. So we're still stuck at 1GHz. And it also sounds like it's embedded. Most router and cellular communications sets are. Although I could be wrong.the 8560 processor core, which runs between 600 MHz and 1GHz
You can't even see the difference between a slavik language and an indo-german language?? Holy ****!Originally posted by Ifeelbloated
Uh, is that Polish or German?
Well, the roadmap doesn't say anything about the G5 being for high performance microcomputing. It just talks about the 85xx series to be targeted to the embedded and consumer market.Originally posted by dukestreet
look at the date - its part of the motorola roadmap, which can be found on the motorola web site and is a little more upto date.