[Coco] Re: "Historic" CD-i development systems...
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Sun Mar 20 21:11:52 EST 2005
On Sun, 20 Mar 2005 20:59:05 +0600
"Richard E. Crislip" <rcrislip at neo.rr.com> wrote:
> Hello jdaggett at gate.net
> I never knew that MACs used the 060. I thought they stopped with the 040
> before moving on to the PPCs. The Amiga, however; did make use of the 060
> and some of them were clocked at 75mhz. Mine runs at 50mhz.
I worked in a Mac store around here before, during, and a little after the
transfer from the 68k's to the PPC's. The last 68k chip that a Mac had in it was
the 68040. So, unless they had some prototypes floating around that I wasn't
aware of... :) Anyway, I'm not too sure as to how fast some of the last 68k
Macs ran. 66MHz keeps on popping in to my head... I know for sure, that the
75MHz Macs were PPC 601's I think.
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