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forget the marketing, is the new g5 as fast as expected

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I have ordered the new g5 imac 20"/1.8 with 1gb of ram,
i have heard that it runs better when 2 memory slots are being used.
Has anybody who has got their new imac noticed this and do apple
use 1 or 2 memory slots when they ship.
Now that people have their g5s are they really a lot quicker than
the g4?, or has Mr jobs just told his loyal flock so, and we have all agreed.
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