Odds and Ends: PowerLogix makes statement on CPU Director and Mac OS X 10.4.7; Knowledge Base updates

Odds and Ends: PowerLogix makes statement on CPU Director and Mac OS X 10.4.7; Knowledge Base updates

PowerLogix makes statement on CPU Director and Mac OS X 10.4.7 PowerPC upgrade card manufacturer PowerLogix has issued a statement regarding the status of CPU Director -- its software for controlling various aspects said upgrade cards -- and the utility's compatibility with Mac OS X 10.4.7.

The company states:

"At this time we do not have a definite release date for the next update of CPU Director required for 10.4.7 compatibility. Rest assured that the next CPU Director version will be released as soon as such a release is possible. [...] PowerLogix G4 7447, 7455, and 7457 single and dual processor upgrades do not require CPU Director for proper operation or performance. Upgrading to 10.4.7 will not cause loss of settings or performance, but will disable CPU Director and it's temperature view pane as well as Dynamic Frequency Switching feature (DFS is a 7447 only option). Owners of certain PowerLogix G3/800MHz to G3/1.1GHz PCI, Pismo, and ZIF upgrades may require CPU Director at startup to enable the higher processor speed of the PowerLogix G3 750FX or 750GX based upgrade. If your are using OS X, we highly recommend waiting for our next release prior to installing the 10.4.7 upgrade."

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