updated 04:30 pm EDT, Wed October 19, 2005
A Swedish Mac website has posted for the new dual-core Power Mac G5 2.3GHz. The dual-core machine was only marginally faster than a previous-generation liquid-cooled dual-2.5GHz Power Mac. "The largest difference is in memory performance, not in the actual processors according to our tests with Xbench. We want to point out that this testing method isn't completely failsafe but should mostly be seen as a hint of the new machine's performance." Apart from the new processor, Apple have also transitioned to DDR2 memory. The new machine features a total eight DIMM-slots.