Next PowerPC chip on the way

Gruman, Galen
June 1994
Macworld;Jun94, Vol. 11 Issue 6, p43
Reports on IBM and Motorola's production of the first units of the PowerPC 604 central processing unit (CPU), the eventual successor to the 601 used in the existing macintosh PowerBooks. Apple's plan of using the 604 in some second-generation PowerBooks; Power consumption of the 604.


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