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MACS ARE KNOWN FOR FASTER PROCESSORS THAN INTEL'S...

I was just thinking....A Dual Processor PowerMac is way faster than a Dual Processor Intel (from what i've read online)...My question is:

Since Macs are soon to come with Intel Processors, isn't that going to bring Macs back to the dinosaur era? (Speed-wise, not Sales-wise)

Also Macs are known for their stable Hardware, isn't that switch going to affect Mac's best known stable computers?

Thanks,

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No.

Longer answer in the other forum.

Bob

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This post is not any faster than the single post on the other forum\

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