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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

800 vs 933 vs 1000mhz PowerPC G4


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In the iBook I'm sure you all know there's three different chips. Is there much difference between the three, speed-wise? Like in:

-Loading OSX
-Playing games
-Photoshop

I'm sure there's not very much difference in regular everyday stuff like web surfing, listening to music, etc.

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In the iBook I'm sure you all know there's three different chips. Is there much difference between the three, speed-wise? Like in:

-Loading OSX
-Playing games
-Photoshop

I'm sure there's not very much difference in regular everyday stuff like web surfing, listening to music, etc.

Thanks in Advance,
~Mojo027
Yes speed does matter as with any computer and games is the driving force behind most of the newer and faster computers. The faster the better for games and photoshop. But also look at getting the maximum ram that you can cram in it (and afford).

Larry
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I have a 933 and bought it as such because SEVERAL employees at my local Apple store told me the 1Gz isn't worth the extra money. 1Gz equates to a minimal increase in performance.
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