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[News] PPC board for the MediatorANN.lu
Posted on 13-Oct-2000 11:53 GMT by Teemu I. Yliselä88 comments
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Elbox announce the development of the SharkPPC G3/G4 add-on board for the Mediator busboard. It's a pure PPC-based board and it's supposed to be able to work in co-operation with an existing 68k/PPC board. The boards should go into production in January 2001 with prices starting from 390 euros. Read the full press release below.

ELBOX COMPUTER
Krakow, 12 October 2000

ELBOX COMPUTER is proud to announce the breath-taking new product: the most powerful PowerPC accelerator for Amiga 1200, 3000 and 4000.

The new accelerator - SharkPPC G3/G4 board - is a pure PowerPC-based processor card to be fitted in MEDIATOR PCI A1200 and MEDIATOR PCI A3/4000 busboards.

SharkPPC G3/G4 cards give Amiga Classic computers the top performance of the latest PowerPC technology and the power of the long-awaited next generation computer.

New PowerPC750 processors installed in SharkPPC G3/G4 cards offer the following performance: 17.4SPECint95@400MHz, 11.7SPECfp95@400MHz, 928DMIPS@400MHz, 22.4SPECint95@550MHz, 13.3SPECfp95@550MHz, 1276DMIPS@550MHz.

The SharkPPC G3/G4 design combines speed of PowerPC G3/G4 processors with extremely fast on-board memory interface controlling two SDRAM modules, up to 512MB each. The peak memory transfer rate reaches 582MB/s. The accelerator card takes control over the PCI busboard with a 66MHz PCI 2.1 compliant interface fitted with a two-channel DMA controller.

Communication between the existing Amiga turbo accelerator and the SharkPPC G3/G4 card is executed with the shared SDRAM memory and the interrupt controller in the MEDIATOR PCI hardware. The new accelerator offers excellent bandwidth to any PCI card: 264 MB/s (132 MB/s in the system with 33 MHz PCI cards). This powerful performance in PCI graphic cards enables development of new superb games/graphic applications in the native PPC code.

All the currently available Amiga software may be executed in the 68k processor with full use of all the PCI cards installed in the computer. It is possible because both accelerator cards installed in the computer access all the PCI cards independently.

On top of that, in new applications to be developed both accelerators may enhance performance of each other just the same way as it is done in advanced multi-processor systems. This is due to the fact that processors in both accelerators (68k/PPC and SharkPPC) work fully simultaneously, which is for the first time available for Amiga users.

The first SharkPPC G3/G4 cards for developers will be available by end of November, with production planned to commence in January 2001.

When new speed versions of PowerPC processors are available, the SharkPPC line will be expanded with more models.

The suggested retail price (VAT excl.) for the SharkPPC G3/G4 accelerators are:

SharkPPC G3/G4 750@400................ EUR 390.00
(PowerPC750@400MHz and 256KB@400MHz L2 Cache)

SharkPPC G3/G4 750@550................ EUR 520.00
(PowerPC750@550MHz and 256KB@550MHz L2 Cache)

Pricing of versions with other processors will be announced separately.

NEW

Please look for our further releases:

1. Development progress of PCI Sound and TV card drivers for MEDIATOR PCI 1200.

2. MEDIATOR development line (A4000 and A3000).

Mariusz Wloczysiak
ELBOX COMPUTER, Press Department
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 1 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by Sinan Gurkan on 12-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
Hi
This is great news...
I hope WarpUp and LinuxPPC support is there, when the board is
ready for release.
There will be no MorphOS for these Shark PPC boards, because Ralph
Schimdt says he isn't interested in this solution and waiting for MorphOS'
own hardware solution.
BTW how these boards will work ?. Will we boot from 68k (020 or say 040) then reset PPC PCI board is activated...
Will there be 68k <--> PPC task switching..
There are many questions and doubts unanswered...Let's hope these doubts are cleared in time
Thanks
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 2 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by Lightning on 12-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
must...buy..mediator :o
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 3 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by Ben on 12-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
I have a 4000 in a huge tower case just waiting for things like this!
Bring it on!
;)
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 4 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by DanDude on 12-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
YYYEEEESSSSS!!!!!! WOOHOO!!
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 5 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by Lightning on 12-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
actually, has anyone heard a date for the mediator Z4? i am still waiting and power computing sales / support pretty much reply:
"it'll be ready when its ready!" :p
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 6 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 12-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
Finaly! So... byebye Metabox!
I was a great pleasure to wait for your AmiJoe.
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 7 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by XDelusion on 12-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 6 (Anonymous):
Ya they failed miserably.
If there will be softs or the new OS for this then it would be great!
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 8 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by Michael Jantzen on 12-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
Hey - I like the idea that there going to develop a PCI riser for the 3000 - thats a cool idea!
Michael Jantzen ^_^
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 9 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by Thomas Frieden on 13-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
One concern: Will it use WarpUp ? Or PowerUp ? Or something completely different ?
It's not mentioned anywhere. I really hope it will *not* use a custom solution.
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 10 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by Paul Heams on 13-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
Sounds great! But is it true that all Voodoo drivers for the Mediator have been
dropped? - See the DCE and CyberGraphic sites..
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 11 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by victor # on 13-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 10 (Paul Heams):
How about P96 drivers?
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 12 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by Eagle One on 13-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 10 (Paul Heams):
>Sounds great! But is it true that all Voodoo drivers for the Mediator have been
>dropped? - See the DCE and CyberGraphic sites..
Yeah unfortunately I think it's true...Sad, by dropping the Mediator Voodoo drivers, these people are delaying the entire market just for their own commercial benefit...Poor Elbox, they're doing a great job so far but the competitors aren't playing fair! Boicott DCE!
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 13 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by Nautilus on 13-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 12 (Eagle One):
DCE está pisando na bola...
DCE sucks...
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 14 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by punisher on 13-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 12 (Eagle One):
hmmm....
These busboards to plug into BlizzardPPC/CyberstormPPCs...I think this G-Rex thing from DCE is a sad way to force people to buy these rather old PPC cards that DCE have to sell :P I don't want to be forced to buy one of these expensive and rather obsolete PPC cards justo to be able to plug a pci busboard into it...unless DCE gives alway a BlizzardPPC or CyberstormPPC for free in the purchaise of a G-Rex :)
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 15 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by PPHammer on 13-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
it seems that DCE had some lessons with the M$$.. !! DCE is cheating! this is not fair!
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 16 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by Mr Hacky on 13-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
Vapor, vapor, vapor.........VAPOR.
And it's the worst kind of vapor.........hacky vapor.
To use it, you have to plug it into a new Mediator, which has
a 2 year old PPC board hacked onto it, which in turn, is then hacked
onto an 8 year old mobo design. My A1200 mobo has a Fast EIDE
interface hacked onto it, a ScanDoubler hacked onto it, a fast Serial
Port hacked onto it, a PC keyboard hacked onto it, and PC HD floppy
hacked onto it. :)
When are we gonna see some new mobo designs, instead of this continual
hacky approach to Amiga hardware. Anyway, what happens if your A1200
mobo fails, you're left with a lot of very expensive hardware. A1200
mobo's will not be around 4ever.
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 17 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by neil on 13-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
when I see it I might buy one or is it going to be like the meg@box talk < talk and no card for my 3000
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 18 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by Eagle One on 13-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 16 (Mr Hacky):
IMHO I think that the Elbox(Mediator) approach is the best one...this SharkPPC is cool and they also said something about supporting A3000/4000 users. Elbox(Mediator) is not vaporware, they actually DELIVER the stuff they promise (Mediator was released two weeks ago, and SharkPPC probably will be delivered on schedule too). Shame about this Voodoo drivers issue..Who will gonna make these drivers now???
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 19 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by Alkis Tsapanidis on 13-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
NOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!This is not fair...
if the grex never gets out then we will have NO great
pci gfx card drivers because of a STUPID battle...
THEY DO WHAT PIRACY DID AND DOES!!!THEY ARE WORSE!!!
THEY ARE DESTROYING THE AMIGA BY CRIPPLING ALL THE
GOOD HARDWARE THAT GETS OUT AND DOESN'T STAY "IN DEVELOPMENT"
This happed with the ppc pup vs wos battle and they are tending
to do it ALL OVER AGAIN...Guys the only thing we need now
is another such a battle and the amiga WILL BE FINALLY DEAD!!!
The same thing always happens...Companies destroying the market...
Commodore started this with crippling the last Amigas...After that
Almost everything that gets released is crippled by company
to company battles...
GUYS CUT IT OFF AND TRY TO MAKE A CRUSHING HARDWARE SOLUTION
ALLTOGETHER AND STOP TRYING TO DESTROY IT'S OTHERS!!!
I don't have anything more to say...
PS: Why doesn't elbox pursuade the P96 team to make a voodoo driver???
It would be much better...They will have to write a .chip driver
and every time you want to use a new voodoo card with the same
chipset you will just have to install a .card driver...
Voodoo 2 2000 voodoo 3 2000 voodoo 3 3000 with very little effort...
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 20 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by James Sellman on 13-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
It should be clarified here, since everyone is worrying about the dropped voodoo driver support, that this only affects the CyberGraphX team, and is not related to 3D drivers except to the point that for 3D drivers to exist there must be 2D drivers. Hyperion will support elements of the voodoo line (which specific cards is not totally decided, it depends on the 2D drivers again) with 3D drivers, no matter who makes the 2D drivers.
Thus, when P96 drivers appear, there will still be 3D drivers from Hyperion. There of course will be an added delay now that the CGX projec is dead, however.
I hope this reassures everyone that CGX is not the only option. :-)
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 21 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 13-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 18 (Eagle One):
I hope in these A3000 and A4000 users that these products
will actually work in a tower of both these models. Not
some weird design made only for the A3000 and A4000 desktops.
There are alot of A3000T's and A4000T's in use. In fact several
in my area alone.
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 22 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by Trizt on 13-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
I have to admit that it sounds great, but there are some toughts that I have about the Mediator system.
Why no SDRAM on the Mediator it self, as I have understod, most of the "chipsets" supports that.
The lack of AGP makes it quite hard to find gaphicboard and if you happen to find a PCI you are quite limited what kind of cards you can choose. I know that AGP is hard to impliment and it's why it's not there.
IMHO 4 slots are all to few, I think that most people want to add a Graphics board, Sound card, Ethernet card, SCSI board, PPC-Shark expansion, MPEG-card (ala Drx3).
So why not go ahead a step and build a new classic Amiga with PPC (optional dual/quadra PPC), PCI 2.2, AGP Pro x8?
Yeah, I know, the cost to get a such product to the market ain't cheap and then, how many will buy a such machine?
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 23 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by Paul Heams on 13-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
Cool. I've just recieved a software update via email from ELBOX. The certainly
appear to be on the ball. I'm pretty annoyed about the Cybergraphic Drivers - after
all I purchased CGX Version 4 and they drop there Mediator stuff just like that.
With one of these Shark boards in one slot, a powerful graphics card, sound and
an io/network in the other you've got a nice machine!
I'm going to be purchasing Amiga's new machine, but in the mean time I'd like to
have fun upgrading my existing Amiga. It's a great (slighty expensive) hobby - and
I really don't appriciate the tatics some of these companies are using. Anyway,
enough of my ranting and raving - A big well done to 'Elbox'!
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 24 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by Yurdaer Dönmez on 13-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
WHAT A STUPID ACTION!!!!
Why Amiga firms acting like enemies.It's unfair...It's f..kin.
stupid mistake to get rid of Mediator option.I thought Vision
Factory have some brain...But nothing except jeaolusy...
Is it logical to support only g-rex whereas supporting whatever
pci interface exist in the market.I think they haven't got enough
intelligence...
BOYCOTT DCE !!!
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 25 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by Nicholai Benalal on 13-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 24 (Yurdaer Dönmez):
Nobody even considers the possibility that they tell the truth.
What if it is problematic to write a working gfx driver when having
this 8mb mem-window limitation?
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 26 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by Alcemyst on 13-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 16 (Mr Hacky):
Vapor! its its not vapor people have them already u fool...Vapor means
it is not made or made & not for sale
& yes i know the H is missing in my nick...it is how i like it
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 27 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by Mark Olsen on 13-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
You seem to believe that VGR HAS to create drivers for the Mediator. They don't. Stop blaming them, blame all the lazy coders out there for not making an open RTG system. Amiga really needs one. Both p96 and CGX has closed devkits, which is really lame.
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 28 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by Alan Watson on 13-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
Why is everybody so worried about the Voodoo gfx card?What`s wrong
with using a GeForce or a Matrox G400 instead?If there`s technical
reasons for not being able to use either of these cards,then I
apologise,cause I`m not a techie.I suppose somebody still needs to
write the driver though.....BTW there hasn`t been an update to P96 for
almost a year now.....
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 29 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by PMazi on 13-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
Polak potrafi ! ;-)))
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 30 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 13-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 26 (Alcemyst):
OK, show me where to buy one.
It IS vapor until it is released - even the manufacturers say it won't go in to production until at least Q1 2001...
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 31 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by Mr Hacky on 13-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 26 (Alcemyst):
Alcemyst......you crazy fool. Read my post again, you'll find I am
talking about the SharkPPC.
"Elbox announce the development of the Shark PPC G3/G4 add-on board
for the Mediator busboard."
The SharkPPC is not available yet....so it is VAPOR!!
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 32 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by Eagle One on 13-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 31 (Mr Hacky):
Mr Hacky:
Unlike most Amiga companies, Elbox has proved that they actually DELIVER the stuff they promise ON SCHEDULE (the Mediator actually was released, people received their preorders and so on), so, the Amiga community strongly believe that the SharkPPC will be released too, as promised, on January 2001 (and the developer boards end of next month!).
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 33 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by nozaj on 13-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
Don't panic!
There is still Matrox, nvidia etc. On the subject of the Shark -RAD
Also, new amiga, any amount of proccesors supported, plug in your shark to the Amiga ONE pci ( I guess it will have one!)Bam
an additional 400 MHZ beast to add to the collective :}
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 34 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by Trizt on 13-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 25 (Nicholai Benalal):
The 8mb windows is huge and shouldn't make any limitations of such, don't forget that a IBM-PC clone only has a 640kb window to it's memory and it works .
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 35 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by Mart on 13-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 33 (nozaj):
YES, thats a very good idea indeed !
what about the existing Mac PPC PCI boards...
You should be able to add as much boards as would fit :)
resistance is futile.......
Mart
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 36 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by victor # on 13-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 25 (Nicholai Benalal):
This new G3/G4 addon eliminates the memory-window issue. And, Elbox talked about their planned addon weeks ago, so the VGR-team knew about it...
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 37 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by Bla Bla Bla on 13-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
Bla Bla Bla Blast.......
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 38 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by Alcemyst on 14-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 30 (Anonymous):
my mistake. i meant the Mediator is out now.
any way Elbox have not let us down as far as i remember so
it is fair to asume that the Shark will come out.
& u dont need an old PPC card to use the shark
i can use my full fps MMU 60/80Mhz card with the shark
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 39 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by Alcemyst on 14-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 38 (Alcemyst):
erm..full FPU :)
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 40 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by Nicholai Benalal on 14-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 34 (Trizt):
A PC can certainly access more than 640kb without switching banks.
You're thinking of something else.
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 41 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 14-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 40 (Nicholai Benalal):
Then explain why games will not run because there is not enough free
ram? Lets take Doom for example, if there is not enough memory free
in that 640K the game will not run. You have to free up more of that
640K to run the game. I don't think a PC can use memory as effectively
as some people think.
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 42 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by Mark Olsen on 14-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 41 (Anonymous):
The x86 can only execute code from the first 640KB ram.
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 43 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by Tony Gore on 14-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 25 (Nicholai Benalal):
Elbox have made it clear in statements that there is no problem with the "8MB Limit", and that the full PCI 4GB limit (Yes that is gigabytes) can be accessed. See the mini-faq at
http://www.vgr.com/mediator/minifaq-sep-03-2000.txt
This is a case of DCE acting like the spoiled brat. They were asked by the Amiga community to continue with the G3/G4 line that Phase5 supposedly started with it's PCI connecter buss. They didn't. Now that another company is actually producing something, they want to jump in and claim all of the sales for their very own. The Bill Gates mentality: "MINE, MINE, ALL MINE" They will never see a dime of my money. Sorry. It's just this kind of thing that has held the advancement of Amiga hardware in the past, now they think they can do it all over again with the Voodoo drivers. This is the same war as PowerUP vs. Warp. They are thumbing their nose at the Amiga community and basically saying if you want it at all, you have to get it from us. That's just wrong! I'll wait for the Amiga One, and hope DCE goes the same way as Phase5.
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 44 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by victor # on 14-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 43 (Tony Gore):
Yeah. But if you read on:
"Execution of access to the full memory area in PCI (4 GB) through the 8 MB Amiga memory window is done with MEDIATOR's hardware on the basis of the MEDIATOR offset registers."
This do causes some difficulties. (Look after the discussions about it on this site.) Though, the PCI G3/G4 addon overcomes this issue, as it can address (not just access *through some workarounds*) the full space.
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 45 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by Ralph Schmidt on 14-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 43 (Tony Gore):
Then i hope that nobody wishes you that you loose your
existance with a personal debt of more than a million
and ruined your life.
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 46 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by bbuilder on 14-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
I would like to see SharkPPC implemented in such a way that it would work also
in Amiga One and in other coming Amiga variants.
Has someone talked to Elbox guys about that issue?
How about MorphOS for Shark?
If we get MorphOS working on Shark, then there wouldn't be any 8Mb limit
anymore G-Rex Voodoo3 drivers might work with very little extra effor.
I've bought CGX v4 and I would love to pay some extra, If those guys
just care to be fair for all Amiga companies & support also Elbox.
-bbuilder
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 47 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by Tony Gore on 14-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 45 (Ralph Schmidt):
It has been too long of a struggle to keep the Amiga alive as a hardware platform. If the DCE product was worth the cost of purchase, they would not have to try and force users to buy only their product by blocking the use of the Voodoo drivers so it will not work with _ALL_ manufacturers products. These are the same tactics that Phase5 used, and it caused MANY end users to decide _not_ to buy a PPC card until there was a resolution.
I will buy the Mediator, and when the G3/G4 card comes out, I will buy that too. I will use the VirgeDX PCI card pulled from an old PC until there is another solution. What I will NOT do is buy an outdated, overpriced PPC (that alone cost more than the Mediator + G3/G4 combined)just because DCE decides that nobody else can have a Voodoo card. That has nothing to do with me wishing bad fortune on anyone. That has to do with companies like DCE trying to rape the Amiga community just one last time. I am sick of it. We have all fought hard to keep this great system going, and it gets harder and harder every day that passes to justify my involvement. And it is companies like DCE pulling underhanded tactics to try and force theirself into an undeserving position that are continuing to split the Amiga community into fragments. So don't tell me of million dollar financial woes and the like. It has nothing to do with what is going on, except that DCE don't have a G3/G4 product, and it looks as Elbox soon will. They see that they won't be able to get rid of those outdated PPC604's & 603's and now they will try to force people to buy them.
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 48 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by Tony Gore on 14-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 44 (victor #):
>>This do causes some difficulties. (Look after the discussions about it on this site.) Though, the PCI G3/G4 addon overcomes this issue, as it can address (not just access *through some workarounds*) the full space.
<<
Well, that's what I mean. There will not be any issues. Even if there were issues with "work arounds" it could still be implemented. But I still hold to my ground that this has nothing to do with the "8 Meg window" but more to do with DCE trying to play "you have to buy ours + our PPC card or you can't have a Voodoo driver". But to be quite honest, I'm not at all impressed with Voodoo. I have a Voodoo3-3000 AGP and it's not all that it's cracked up to be. I'll just settle for using a lesser video card and a MUCH FASTER PPC on the Mediator, for alot less money than the DCE solution.
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 49 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by Alcemyst on 14-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 48 (Tony Gore):
TOO RIGHT MATE
:)
PPC board for the Mediator : Comment 50 of 88ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 14-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
It seems they'll be using IBM G3 CPU, the 750CX on the cards... That's a good thing, they'll boost performance alot with the on-die L2 cache.
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