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Performance Of B&W And Beige G3


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If I had a B&W G3 @ 300Mhz w/ 256mb of ram and a Beige G3 @ 300mhz w/ 256mb of ram runing OS-X 10.3.4 on both what would the proformance difference be? I don't care about anything but the proformance I already know about every thing else.
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The B/W has a 100 mhz data bus, the Beige 66 mhz; that gives the edge to the B/W. However, if you are looking for video performance the B/W is far ahead. Try www.lowendmac. com for info.
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