Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 3rd Mar 2009 15:16 UTC, submitted by Moulinneuf
Apple Just as everyone suspected, Apple updated its various lines of desktop computers today, bringing speed and performance improvements across the board. Mac Pro, iMac, and the Mac Mini were all upgraded, and especially for the Mini, it was a long time coming. The Mac Pro sees the most changes.
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Geforce GT120
by shadow_x99 on Tue 3rd Mar 2009 15:33 UTC
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What is that Geforce GT120... It's not even listed on Wikipedia... Is it any good?

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RE: Geforce GT120
by elanthis on Tue 3rd Mar 2009 15:55 in reply to "Geforce GT120"
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It's also called the 9500 GT. NVIDIA started rebranding their cards, I think.

I think the specs listed are wrong for the top-end PowerMac, too -- I think that Xeon 550 is supposed to be 3.26 GHZ, not 2.26.

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RE[2]: Geforce GT120
by Ford Prefect on Tue 3rd Mar 2009 18:47 in reply to "RE: Geforce GT120"
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2.26 is correct.

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nVidia - The Way Its Meant to be Rebranded
by vermaden on Tue 3rd Mar 2009 17:49 in reply to "Geforce GT120"
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8400 GS = Geforce 9300 = G100
8600 GT = Geforce 9500 = GT120
8800 GS = Geforce 9600 = GT130
8800 GT = Geforce 9800 = GT240
8800 GTS = Geforce 9800+ = GT250

Edited 2009-03-03 17:56 UTC

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RE: Geforce GT120
by Luminair on Tue 3rd Mar 2009 18:25 in reply to "Geforce GT120"
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it is the bottom of the modern graphics barrel, and it is an insult to mac users that apple would lowball them so hard on such a high end workstation. that card cant even attempt some of the high end processing that a slightly better CHEAP card can, because it is missing some features. 9500gt is what poor people with bad htpcs bought when they wanted to play world of warcraft a bit faster LAST YEAR.

insulting to the high end workstation that might want to attempt fully featured dxva decoding or cuda processing

but they probably get away with it because the people who buy them don't know or care

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RE[2]: Geforce GT120
by shadow_x99 on Sat 7th Mar 2009 23:31 in reply to "RE: Geforce GT120"
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I guess that would still be better than the aging radeon x1600 that is in my current iMac...

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