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Old 12th January 2009
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Thanks for the information. Sadly, the only G3x still available in the shop here is the G31 GPU.
Order by internet/ebay/etc I alsways buy the "online way".

I'm pondering if its worth the dollars going for G45 (Q45 is not available too, I guess they are just not in demand here).
Someone with G45 will have to prove that it is supported @ FreeBSD, until that I will stick to G31/G33/Q35.

Just a side question (probably a stupid one as well), i386 version of FreeBSD will detect and make use of both core in Dual core CPU? Start laughing......
i386 is optimized to work at 8 cores and does rather well also at 16 cores, the only downside with i386 i you will have at most 4GB RAM.
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