Shark Daddy wrote:Add that to the inarguable fat that Apple hardware
is vastly inferior to PC hardware, the choice is
simple for the power user . . .
The Velocity Engine:
Behind the PowerPC G4â€™s unparalleled performance is its aptly
named Velocity Engine. The Velocity Engine processes data in
huge 128-bit chunks, instead of the smaller 32-bit or 64-bit
chunks used in traditional processors. The PowerPC G4
with the Velocity Engine can perform complex calculations
two to four times faster than processors found in run-of-the-
mill PCs. The PowerPC G4 processor works with the PowerPC
architecture to accelerate the data-intensive processing required
by next-generation video, voice and graphics applications. These
processing advantages give the PowerPC G4 a significant edge
when it comes to digital video, music, graphics and 3D games.
DJGM wrote:Can't afford it. I'm sticking with Mac OS X 10.1.5 for now.
DJGM wrote:Apple certainly won't port any part of Mac OS X to x86 PC's anytime soon, even though technically, they could. If they did, there'd be no reason for anyone to buy Apple Computers, and Apple would lose a lot of money.
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