Nvidia 9400M performance on New Macbooks. how fast?

Discussion in 'Apple and Mac OS X' started by Phil, Oct 14, 2008.

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  1. never2fast

    never2fast Notebook Geek

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    Haha, very funny
     
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    Stone825 Notebook Virtuoso

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    The G5 is a Intel Xeon processor so it will run, it just wont be quicker because honestly half of that stuff won't effect the boot time. I can get a Quad Core CPU, 6GB Ram, 9800GT, 750GB 7200RPM for $1150 :).
     
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    powermac G5's were not intel xeons....they were IBM dual core G5's, and the quad core version simply used 2 chips...the current powermacs use intel xeons, but the G5's were most certainly not "xeons" .... and most certainly couldnt run bootcamp to load windows

    Also, ive had a windows 2000 machine trimmed down to 17 processes @ boot that comes up in ~20-25 seconds...
     
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