The Power Macintosh G5 Dual (2.3), along with the Power Macintosh G5 Dual core 2.0gHz and Power Macintosh G5 Quad (2.5), are the first PowerMacintosh G5 models to use dual-core PowerPC 970MP (G5) processors, which have two independent processor “cores” … Continue reading

Powermac G5 Dual Core 2.0gHz

The Power Macintosh G5 Dual (2.0), along with the PowerPC Dual Core G5 2.3gHz and Power Macintosh G5 Quad Core 2.5gHz, are the first PowerMacintosh G5 models to use dual-core PowerPC 970MP (G5) processors, which have two independent processor “cores” … Continue reading

apple powermac quad core G5

The Power Macintosh G5 “Quad Core” (2.5), along with the Power Macintosh G5 Dual Core 2.0gHz and Power Macintosh G5 Dual Core (2.3), are the first and last Power Macintosh G5 models to use dual core PowerPC 970MP (G5) processors, … Continue reading

The Power Macintosh G5/2.3 DP (PCI-X) features dual 2.3 GHz PowerPC 970fx (G5) processors each with an optimized AltiVec “Velocity Engine” vector processing unit and 512k level 2 on-chip cache. Like the earlier models, the Power Macintosh G5/2.3 DP (PCI-X) … Continue reading

Powermac Dual Processor 2.3gHz

  The Power Macintosh G5/2.5 DP (PCI-X), introduced October 2005, replaces the Dual Processor G5 2.3gHz Powermac released eariler that same year.  Like the earlier models, the Power Macintosh G5/2.5 DP (PCI-X) uses the same “anodized aluminum alloy” case, and … Continue reading

The Power Macintosh G5/2.7 DP (PCI-X) features dual 2.7 GHz PowerPC 970fx (G5) processors. It replaces the Power Macintosh G5 2.5gHz Dual Processor, released the previous year. The model  uses the same “anodized aluminum alloy” case, and likewise, features a … Continue reading

Apple Powermac G5 1.8gHz PCI

The Power Macintosh G5/1.8 DP is the first Powermac to employ the new 90nm G5 processors. It replaces the G5 Dual processor 1.8gHz released a year earlier. The “anodized aluminum alloy” Power Macintosh G5 case is divided into four different … Continue reading

The Apple Power Macintosh G5/1.8 (PCI), which replaces the Single Processor G5 1.8gHz, uses a lower cost motherboard based on the one used in the iMac G5 with a 600 MHz (3:1) system bus. Like the earlier models, the Power Macintosh … Continue reading

The PowerMac G5 Dual 2.0gHz processor

Marketed by Apple as the Fastest Desktop Computer in the world, the Apple Power Macintosh G5/2.0 DP, released alongside the Apple Powermac G5 Dual 1.8gHz PCI-x is arguably among the first generation of “desktop” computers to use 64-bit processors.  This coupled … Continue reading

Apple Dual Processor G5 Tower

The Apple Power Macintosh G5/1.8 DP (PCI-X) was released along side the PowerMac G5 Dual Processor 2.0gHz. It  was introduced to replace the Power Macintosh G5/1.8 (PCI-X) and except for having dual processors and costing  more, is effectively the same. On first … Continue reading