Power Mac news

Gruman, Galen
August 1995
Macworld;Aug1995, Vol. 12 Issue 8, p41
Presents information on PowerPC 604 CPU, which was developed jointly by International Business Machines Incorporated, Motorola Incorporated and Apple Computer Incorporated. Description and features of the PowerPC 604 CPU; Additional information provided. INSET: The 9500 versus the latest PCs..


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