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Apple Power Mac G5 Line Unveiled

June 25, 2003 :: Chris Horrocks, Computer Connection

Apple has announced its new line of high-performance desktop systems, the Power Mac G5. The Power Mac G5 uses a new PowerPC chip developed by IBM in single- and dual-processor configurations. Other features include frontside bus speeds up to 1GHz, capacity of up to 8GB of PC3200 (400MHz) DDR SDRAM memory, and an all-new aluminum alloy enclosure. Availability of the Power Mac G5 is expected in late August into September.

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