[quote]Originally posted by Junkyard Dawg:
<strong>That geeknews report is nonsense. Also, why would the G5 be cancelled, and yet they have highly detailed specs on the G5! That doesn't make any sense.
What I'm saying is that if a G4 supported a DDR frontside bus, and that G4 was about to ship, then why would Apple use a DDR hack on the XServe? It would make more sense to add true DDR support to the XServe using the CPU.
True, it could be that Apple wanted the XServe out in time for edu buying, and they can ship the Powermacs much later, even September.
Still, Dorsal said these G4s with DDR support were running at 1 GHz...same as current G4s.</strong><hr></blockquote>
Ok, however. I am more interesting about G5.
I am very confused about G5 informations.
Looking at Geek, Architosh, The Register.
Architosh writes about G5 test boxes:
The Register writes that the G5 are ready for volume production early next year with rates at 2.4GHz.
If this is true, than the G5 could ready in September with rates at 1GHz!?
Alsoft, i think writes in January about the G5, also Epson.
Steve Jobs knows, that everybody is waiting for the G5 and people are holding off orders.
If there is no G5 in the near future, why dosen´t he saying there is no G5?