Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 22nd May 2007 00:15 UTC
IBM IBM finally took the wraps off its much anticipated Power6 microprocessor, which company executives said will double the clock speed of its current Power5 chip, without stretching the power envelope. The Power6 processor, unveiled at an event on May 21 in London, is a dual-core chip with a top clock speed of 4.7GHz, double the 2.3GHz of the Power5+ processors. The new chip also includes 8MB of L2 cache - four times as large as the current Power5 offering - and an internal bandwidth of 300GB per second. Ars' John 'Hannibal' Stokes obviously also has his say.
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Virtual Windows PPC
by sp29 on Tue 22nd May 2007 00:56 UTC
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I wonder how much of Apple's market growth would of of suffered staying with IBM.....

Do the new IBM Chips need a Automoble cooling system to stay cool?

Edited 2007-05-22 00:57

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