[OT] Dead video card

Bob Sneidar bobs at twft.com
Tue Aug 17 13:57:00 EDT 2010

I have always maintained that IT obsolescence occurs not when there is something different on the drawing board or the local computer store shelf, but when what you have can no longer run software or operating systems that are on the shelf today. In the case of software, it works the opposite direction. 

If you accept this, then yeah the G5 is obsolete. Sad too, because we have 6 G5 towers that are perfectly good, but will not take the latest OS and much software that we want to run. 


On Aug 17, 2010, at 10:50 AM, stephen barncard wrote:

> Computerdom has already deemed my 'ancient' PCI G5 as worthless and will be
> furnishing no more updates. Google didn't even bother porting a G5 browser,
> Digidesign gave up a year ago. Eye-TV just quit updates for G5. The
> replacement hardware for this old stuff becomes 'rare' and thus more
> expensive.

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