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Discussion in 'iMac' started by Max on Macs, Sep 10, 2006.
Since both Meron and Conroe are called "Core 2 Duo", which are the new iMacs using?
Merom, the mobile flavour.
I don't think anything as thin as the Imac could dissapate the heat produced by a desktop processor.
Hmm Wilden, remember the G5? That was a desktop processor and they managed to keep the computers cool enough while maintaining a decent sound level on the fans.
Yes, the iMac intels are a bit thinner than the G5, but still, you get my point
It's Merom, because the FSB speed adds up, as does the memory clock speed.
Conroe has other specs for those things.
Are they? I know the Rev A and B iMacs were square shape from the back, but the Rev C(iMac G5 with iSight and FrontRow) was the same as the iMac Core Duo/Core 2 Duo
What ever happened to Yonah?
I think the Mini still uses Yonah.
I thought the iMac G5 Rev C was the same design as the Intel iMacs....I know the Rev C G5 had the iSight, and was slimmer, and I didn't think Apple slimmed down the Intel iMacs....either way iMac would handle Conroe but at the end of the day, its not a huge difference