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The big question in my mind is what is the deal with the new processors? G4e? G5 seems a little extreme for me. <a href="http://www.macnn.com/news.php?id=10791" target="_blank">MacNN</a> did a crapy job making this clear for me. Im not sure if this sould be in future hardware eather. I so confused! <img src="confused.gif" border="0">
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There are barely any differences between the 74x1s and the 74x0s. Looks like a minor refresh to me...like then the G3s went from aluminum to copper...no big whoop. I'm surprised it took MacNN and other news sites this long to find it. I posted about these processors a week or two ago at Ars Technica.
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[quote]Originally posted by KrazyFool:
<strong>The big question in my mind is what is the deal with the new processors? G4e? G5 seems a little extreme for me. <a href="http://www.macnn.com/news.php?id=10791" target="_blank">MacNN</a> did a crapy job making this clear for me. Im not sure if this sould be in future hardware eather. I so confused! :confused: </strong><hr></blockquote>
The 7451 , according Motorola is a law consomption version of the 7450 without any L3 cache and working on 1,5 volts. Perhaps Apple use this version in is Tibook.
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[quote]Originally posted by powerdoc:
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The 7451 , according Motorola is a law consomption version of the 7450 without any L3 cache and working on 1,5 volts. Perhaps Apple use this version in is Tibook.</strong><hr></blockquote>

That would be the 7440/7441.

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[quote]Originally posted by RazzFazz:
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That would be the 7440/7441.

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RazzFazz</strong><hr></blockquote>
you are probabily right but that was i read on the motorola site. I am going to have a look again.
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confirmed you are right here is the link to the pdf file describing this chip : Untitled Document
PRELIMINARYÂSUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE The MPC7451 is a reduced instruction set computing (RISC) microprocessor that implements the PowerPC instruction set architecture. ...
<a href="http://e-www.motorola.com/brdata/PDFDB/docs/MPC7451EC.pdf" target="_blank">http://e-www.motorola.com/brdata/PDFDB/docs/MPC7451EC.pdf</a> - 2859.7KB - 7451: 1 \t
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1.5 volts?!? Yeesh! Isn't that.. oh wait, I was thinking watts.
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