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Discussion in 'Mac Pro' started by eXan, Apr 20, 2006.
errr not getting this ?
yes i voted 2 BTW
One little PPC970FX core. Good enough for me
whos got a 3 core chip?
Good old single G4 here.
Nice to see that im not the only one with only a single core processor as my main workstation!
Think it will be interesting to have seem how this kind of a poll would have gone in a more windows orentated forum. Apple has been using dual processors in their mainstream products for longer than for example dell has.
Well... for now pple with two processors/cores are 1/3 of single core owners. I expected more ppl on 2-engine machines!
When you think that virtually every Mac laptop is single core and add in all the eMacs, PPC iMacs and Mac minis, it's really not surprising. Post the vote again in 12 months time and you'll get a big difference in the answer.
Just the one for me. Would be very interesting to see how this distribution changes over time. My first dual core is about a year away I reckon.
Nobody with the Quad?
Two fantastic G5 processors power my Power Mac.
I voted one, as I "only" have an iBook G4, and I guess that answers the intention of this poll, but I'm pretty sure there are more CPUs in there, dedicated for different uses, like the Firewire controller and GPU to mantion a few... so the hones answer should have been: I have no idea.
Mmmmm...I loves me my Power Mac G5.
dual G5 and dual G4 here
G4 powerbook here
quad G5 - and is there a reason for the thread?
.... well, no, not all at the same time. Five separate daughtercards that will work in my WallStreet.
And I cheated, it's not my main Mac any more
quad core G5...
Yes, there is. I am just curious!
Just one for me. 2 GHz PowerPC G5
iMac G5 and eMac here. Does that count as two?
G4 iMac = 1 core.