Filed under: Features
It’s no surprise to hear that Leopard smokes on the latest Intel box, right? That’s all fine and dandy for new Mac owners but what about the rest of us (the majority) who are still pumping that legacy PowerPC architecture beneath Cupertino’s OS? How does Apple’s OS of tomorrow run onm say, an 8 year old Power Mac G4 (AGP Graphics)? We decided to find out. Our test machine sports a paltry 512MB and 1GHz clock courtesy of an after-market CPU upgrade (was 400MHz) — just a tad better than the 867MHz / 512MB minimum requirement. While the box held up surprisingly well, there’s one major problem which you old-timers should be aware of.
Office Depot Featured Gadget: Xbox 360 Platinum System Packs the power to bring games to life!