That's it exactly. All the Intel-based machines should see quite a performance boost with Leopard, all other things remaining the same.I thought Leopard was coded to run better on Intel machines than Tiger does now.
If that's the case it should run better than Tiger.
Funnily enough I just tried Leonard 9A499 on my new iMac, it installed ok, but not after failing to recognise the HDD.it wont.
You cant run leopard on these iMacs.
You have to buy a new one when leopard is released.
Seriously it will run fantastically. Get over yourselves.
Let's not forget Leopard is still in BETA testing!Funnily enough I just tried Leonard 9A499 on my new iMac, it installed ok, but not after failing to recognise the HDD.
Got it on with a bit of jiggery-pokery, reboot, white screen of death. I can hear the Apple Welcome Movie, mouse works, keyb seems to work although I cant see where to type...
Ended up with my Tiger partition buggered. No matter, I'm still in install everything and rebuild mode, back to normal now.
Works fine on my PowerMac and G5 iMac.
I don't think it recognised sth in the new iMac system, prolly the vid card, although install routine gfx are fine...