IBM's PowerPC 750GX
IBM's June 2003 Processor News article discusses the PowerPC 750GX in detail.
The PowerPC 750GX processor is sampling in July 2003 with production targetted in December 2003.
- Manufactured in IBMs advanced 0.13-micron copper process with Silicon-on-Insulator technology, the 750GX will be offered at frequencies up to 1.1 GHz. The 750GX expands the capabilities of the IBM PowerPC 7xx processor family to support more performance-demanding and power-sensitive applications. The new processor is ideally suited for a variety of systems, including networking, communications, storage, imaging, computing and consumer applications.
The 750GX will be offered at up to 1.1GHz and has 1MB of L2 Cache (Twice the 750FX) as well as various architectural improvements -- and is pin compatible with the 750FX.
The iBook currently uses the 750FX Processor which maxes out at 900MHz.