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    my mac says its 867 g4

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    Report it to Onyx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Murlyn
    Hmm.. strange.. Onyx says 133 MHz for my bus and 667 MHz for my frequency, which is my clock speed and I believe my bus speed... Did you check what your mac says it is at? Go to the Apple menu and select "About this Mac" and click on "More Info..." What does it say there?
    Yes, System Profiler says 100 MHz bus speed. Not sure why OnyX indicates 99.
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    Quote Originally Posted by unl33t
    *making a small assumption here afterin stalling onyx myself* frequency is 667, the 867 is your processor speed. if i remember correctly after the glance i took... mine also has a frequency of 667, but its a 1ghz PB
    My iBook is a 900 MHz, and OnyX indicates my frequency as 900 MHz.
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    My Frequency says 999 MGZ... apple jipped me 1 meg :p

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fomer
    My Frequency says 999 MGZ... apple jipped me 1 meg :p
    Don't you mean 1 MHz. :p :p :p lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fomer
    My Frequency says 999 MGZ... apple jipped me 1 meg :p
    After reading your statement again, you Apple some money. You have a really hot box at 999 Mega Giga hertz.

    :p :p :p

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    To veer back toward the topic at hand.

    I dont shut down my laptop. I let it run overnight no problem, and it works just as well. I close the lid to put it to sleep, and thats it, I had a pc laptop that would crash in the morning if i left it running overnight, but my powerbook has NEVER had a problem waking up after being put to sleep overnight. It gets restarted about once a week. but i have had up to 20 days of uptime before (before the 10.2.6 patch).

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    i switched up to Panther today and when i put on onyx it got all of my information right

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    WilliS
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    hehe what is the wear and tear on the machine for leaving it on?

    i know i got my iBook 600 right when they upgraded from 500 to 600mhz like 2 years ago....since then i havent shut it down unless for updates and if i need to switch batteries....but since ive gotten to college i havent shut it down....it ran all summer long as well...my uptime is probably well over 100 days by now, i just put it to sleep when i need to bring it somewhere....

    also, im conserned about my G5...i just got a g5, and i dont turn that one off either....both computers are always on....does this have any longterm effects on the computer?

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