Not to correct anything you say, but.... The Power Mac is running One(1) thing at a time(last time I looked) and which "modern" language are you referring to ?? As I stated, this is a silly discussion and comparing two very unlike boxes is a waste of mailing list space. If we had a EE type on the list,perhaps he/she could lead us in a discussion of "clock speed" vs "processor speed". Even Apple bothers to print a teeny-tiny little disclaimer on their material that states that clock speed is no indication of processor speed. At the current rate of MHZ and GHZ rating, we will soon have processors running faster than the flow of electricity(remember cycles). Steve Richter wrote: > > >From the Apple web site: > > "Awesome processing power > You can choose from three super models: the dual 800MHz Power Mac G4 with > SuperDrive, 867MHz Power Mac G4 with SuperDrive or the 733MHz Power Mac G4 > with a CD-RW drive." >
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