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The PowerLogix PowerForce G4 "133 Series" 1330 (1.33 GHz) features dual 1.33 GHz PowerPC 7457 (G4) processors, each with the AltiVec "Velocity Engine" vector processing unit, 512k level 2 on-chip cache and 2 MB level 3 backside caches (it was originally announced that it would ship with dual 1.4 GHz processors). The card plugs into the processor socket provided by AGP-based, 133 MHz bus models in the Power Macintosh G4 series, replacing the original processor card. All upgrade cards in the PowerForce G4 "133" series are designed so that both the bus and backside cache ratios can be adjusted.
|Introduction Date:||October 22, 2003||Discontinued Date:||N/A|
|Processor Type:||PowerPC 7457 (G4) x2||Processor Speed:||1330 MHz (1.3 GHz)|
|Card Type:||G4 Processor Card||Speed Control:||Variable|
|Relative Speed Boost:||N/A 1.||FPU (Integrated):||PowerPC 7457 (G4) x2|
|Backside Bus Speed:||100 MHz (13.3:1)||Data Path:||64-bit|
|Level 1, Leve 2 Cache:||64k, 512k 2.||Level 3 Cache:||2 MB (backside)|
|RAM Type:||N/A||VRAM Type:||N/A|
|Standard RAM:||N/A||Maximum RAM:||N/A|
|Onboard RAM:||None||RAM Slots:||N/A|
|Standard VRAM:||N/A||Maximum VRAM:||N/A|
|Supported Systems:||Power Macintosh G4 3.||Supported MacOS:||8.6, 9.0-9.2, X 4.|
|Original Price:||$1099 US||Est. Current Price:||$749 US|
Maximum speed boost as provided by manufacturer.
2. On-chip level 2 cache runs at processor speed (1.33 GHz).
3. Incl. all AGP-based, 133 MHz bus models in the Power Mac G4 series.
4. Apple provides no official support for third-party upgrade cards.
5. Photo Credit: PowerLogix.