What is a powerpc g4?

Answer A PowerPC G4 is a microprocessor from a line used in Apple computer models introduced between 1999 and 2005. The term is also sometimes used, incorrectly, to refer to a computer with such a process... Read More »

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How to Run Pokesav on a PowerPC Mac?

Remember when we wrote an article about running Pokesav on an Intel-based Macintosh? In this article, we will show you how to run Pokesav on a PowerPC-based Macintosh.Difficulty:Moderate

What is a PowerPC processor?

PowerPC is a family of computer processors designed and sold by IBM. Apple used PowerPC processors in Macintosh computers for many years, including the original iMac. Today, the PowerPC dominates t... Read More »

What memory can I use for a G5 PowerPC iMac?

The memory you can install in a PowerPC G5 iMac varies slightly depending on the specific model. Those models without the iSight camera accept 184-pin PC3200 (400) unbuffered DDR chips, while the m... Read More »

Can I Load Tiger on an iMac PowerPC G4 800 Mhz?

The 2002 iMac G4 with 800Mhz processor was part of the second generation of iMac, the "desk lamp," which introduced flat-panel displays to the line. It shipped with both OS X 10.1 (Puma) and the ol... Read More »

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