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Is the new iMac using Cube's motherboard?

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Just curious.....since the bus is still the same 100Mhz
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[quote]Originally posted by Leonis:
<strong>Just curious.....since the bus is still the same 100Mhz</strong><hr></blockquote>

According to MacWorld's <a href="http://www.macworld.com/2002/01/07/imac2.html" target="_blank">current review</a> of the new iMac, it actually has a "custom circular" motherboard, so I don't think it's the same one...

Aside from that, I guess it could have a similar design.

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I was actually just going to ask this ...

I figure its got to be pretty similar to the cubes motherboard ... but the new iMac has an SO-DIMM (and a regular DIMM slot- figure that one out) and my cube just has 3 DIMM slots. At any rate ... i'm wondering if the 800Mhz G4 would work in my cube ... damn, that'd be sweet . Not sure if it'd be better than the dual 500Mhz cube mod but anything is better than my paltry 450...
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