Apparently it's something to do with using the 2nd memory slot which opens up dual memory channels?
Here is the two...
Originally posted by TRowell
Ordered imac 20" with wireless keyboard from Apple Store. No BTo options. For delivery to London.
Date Ordered: 3rd May
As of today - 11th May. Machine is still sitting in Shanghai....
Originally posted by JonE
So to confirm from those in an absolutely silent room, the rev B iMacs still have the low volume "buzzing" or "humming" sound that vaguely resembles a dentist drill or model...
Originally posted by Geraldo
So far no noise. It is silent and I turned processor performance to highest.
It's quieter than my old iMac, it has a slight low pitched hum from the fan but nothing that would annoy me (and I get...
Originally posted by bostongeek
Just ordered mine from the online Apple store last night. I tried to buy it from any of the 4 local Apple stores, but none had stock.
Not that I have any particular disdain for PCs, but as of...
Originally posted by Stoo
The in store Mac may have had two sticks of RAM, enabling dual channel memory access.
Good call - I've linked the score now. 2x512...
LOL, I walked into the Apple Store in Birmingham England on Sat and walked out with my 20" 2GHZ wireless KBAM iMac. Great fun. As said it transfers all the stuff across but didn't get my audible & iTMS & .mac settings for...
Originally posted by sunilraman
whoa... 100+ i think, not so high at 180... but can't say till the xbench sings... and depends on whether they fixed the hd controller issue to make the most of that 7200rpm baby in there ...