Dual 64-Bit Power Mac G5s with ATI XTs

ATI has renewed its partnership with Apple and as a result the PC manufacturers flagship Power Mac G5 will again ship with high-end RADEON graphics accelerators. With this latest PowerMac G5 lineup, the RADEON 9600XT will feature as standard while RADEON 9800XT will be optional.

The RADEON 9600XT will ship standard in Apple's high-end Power Mac G5 model which will feature a complete lineup of dual 64-bit processors; the RADEON 9800XT, featuring 256MB of super fast DDR memory will be available as a build-to-order option across the line. The RADEON 9800XT has a high precision, programmable 3D pipeline architecture and 256 bit memory interface.

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Dual 64-Bit Power Mac G5s with ATI XTs

If the majority of the world had Macs then the software companies would be makeing more software for them than PC, they are looking for the bigger audience for a better profit. So don't complain on that, Mac is a closed plataform an PC is an open one, this makes them more chiper than Mac and also more widely spread... about which OS is easyer to use who realy cares about that if you learn the why how to do the thing it doesn't realy matters.Oh I forgot Mac are more for money makeing not for games this article is more for a general knowledge of a product not for the real hardcore gamer.There are not to much games useing the 64 bit capabilities and forget about dual procesing power inside of them.I will love to see that happend so nobody can say that the grafic cards are waiting for their CPUs to recive the data they need to play with.Something else I will like to say, I like Ati cards and Opteron CPUs but I have to say that the PS 3.0 is good even if it is not used in a while because when better cards come out those cards will get cheaper but with the PS 3.0 added means that they will be able to play games that new for that time with a cheap card IF YOU DON'T GET ON NOW!!!

Dual 64-Bit Power Mac G5s with ATI XTs

Firstly Mac's are not for gamers, its for work, including for people who make hardcore games ( Xbox2 SDK ? ). As for Windows ? People dont like it so much, it's big, its dumb, it's slow (take a look @ XP theme ) and unoptimized. Overally MICROSOFT monopolism.

Dual 64-Bit Power Mac G5s with ATI XTs

I wont spend research and money on porting a game to MAC just because it has software that is available for PC aswell. MACs are a minority, they are expensive, even more monopolist than PCs and far away from compatible. Apple died long ago, you hippies just have to admit it

Dual 64-Bit Power Mac G5s with ATI XTs

Macintosh = Over-Hyped garbage.If Macs were better than IBM's they'd hold the majority share of the market. Fact is; they don't hold the majority share because they are not better. Macintosh is all about selling you a new f**king computer everytime you want a serious upgrade in performance.The ripped off a shitload of open source software and slapped their funky assed icons over it and called it OSX... then SOLD it to idiots that arent aware that they can get the SAME software online for FREE by installing a leading Linux distro. Try Debian. I'm using it right now.Mac users are elitist yuppie ass wankers who buy into the drama that the Mac is better, faster, cooler... when in fact it's all marketing bullshit.The only thing Macintosh is better at is selling hardware at twice it's worth and ripping off the open source community.f**k Apple and all the retards that use them. Anything you f**ktards can do on a Mac, I can do better on this AMD Debian box....and I can do it at the same time I'm scanning your ports... Heh heh

Dual 64-Bit Power Mac G5s with ATI XTs

the only problem with macs os software and chaning its processor. the only reason why they are not big in games is because games use direct X and macs can not use it and software companys are to lazy to make it that it can work on mac. so before you bash mac get your facts right.

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