PowerLogix reduces prices on single and dual G4 processor upgrades

PowerLogix has reduced prices on many of its single and dual PowerForce 7447 Series of processor upgrade cards.

The new pricing available immediately from Other World Computing, master distributor for PowerLogix, is:

• PowerForce47 G4/1.6GHz Single from $269 (was $299)
• PowerForce47 G4/1.8GHz Single $329 (was from $339)
• PowerForce47 G4/2.0GHz Single $369 (was $399)
• PowerForce47 G4/1.2GHz Dual $399 (was from $419)
• PowerForce47 G4/1.6GHz Dual from $459 (was $499)
• PowerForce47 G4/1.7GHz Dual from $549 (was from $599)
• PowerForce47 G4/1.8GHz Dual from $599 (was from $649)

All PowerLogix PowerForce 7447 Series upgrades feature 512K of high-speed L2 cache per processor operating at the same speed as the processor as well as on-board thermal sensor and real-time thermal monitoring. The cards also support PowerLogix’s exclusive Dynamic Frequency Switching (DFS) management.

DFS efficiently manages power utilization and reduces heat with intelligent management. This is not unlike the power management features included with current Apple computer models, but unique to Powerlogix because this feature allows for a processor upgrade to an older Mac.

CPU Director, PoweLogix’s proprietary software utility, ships with all PowerLogix processor upgrades. This software constantly monitors the processor for proper and safe operation, and allows the user to view operational temperature.

PowerForce 7447 upgrades are available for PowerMac G4 AGP Graphics/Sawtooth, Gigabit Ethernet, Digital Audio, Quicksilver and G4 Cube Models. Upgrades are compatible with all existing hardware and software running under Mac OS 9.x, Mac OS X 10.3.5 and higher including OS X Tiger 10.4.x (Mac OS X 10.3.9 or higher is required for thermal monitoring and DFS features).

The full line of PowerLogix products is available immediately through Other World Computing via its Web site at http://www.macsales.com/powerlogix

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