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The PowerPCPower PC, Power-PC, Power, Powers, Power's, Powered, Poetic, Poker, Twerp, Powerful, Powering, Powell, Twerps, Polemic, Twerp's, Powell's [1] Architecture Specification, released in 1993, is a
64-bit specification with a 32-bit subset. Almost all PowerPCsPower PCs, Power-PCs, Powers, Power's, Poetics, Pokers, Twerps, Powerless, Poker's, Twerp's, Preps, Peeps, Powerhouse, Weeps, Powell's, Powwows, Lowercase, Pecs, Peps, Polemics, Prep's, Pewees, Pikers, Pipers, Poppers, Porkers, Sweeps, PARCs, Pepys, Pep's, Perks, Poops, Warps, Perspex, Piper's, Popper's, Pewee's, Piker's, Porker's, Pagers, Papers, Poop's, Poppas, Pork's, Polyps, Pomp's, Powwow's, Pepe's, Pager's, Paper's, Polyp's, Pepi's, Poetics's, Poppy's, Poppa's, Porgy's [2]
generally available are 32-bit.

PowerPCPower PC, Power-PC, Power, Powers, Power's, Powered, Poetic, Poker, Twerp, Powerful, Powering, Powell, Twerps, Polemic, Twerp's, Powell's [3] processors have a wide range of implementations, from
high-end server CPUsCups, Cps, CPU, Pus, Opus, Cup's, Cu's such as the Power4 to the embedded CPU market
(the Nintendo GamecubeGame cube, Game-cube, Gamecock, Gambia, Camber, Giacobo, Jacob, Gamekeeper, Gumbo, Cumber, Jacobi, Jacobo, Kameko, Jujube, Markab, Cucumber, Micawber, Karmic, Jamaica, Mujib, Comber, Gimmick, Kameko's, Kamikaze, Jakob, Combo, Comic, Jumbo uses a PowerPCPower PC, Power-PC, Power, Powers, Power's, Powered, Poetic, Poker, Twerp, Powerful, Powering, Powell, Twerps, Polemic, Twerp's, Powell's [4]). PowerPCPower PC, Power-PC, Power, Powers, Power's, Powered, Poetic, Poker, Twerp, Powerful, Powering, Powell, Twerps, Polemic, Twerp's, Powell's [5] processors
have a strong embedded presence because of good performance, low power
consumption, and low heat dissipation.

PowerPCPower PC, Power-PC, Power, Powers, Power's, Powered, Poetic, Poker, Twerp, Powerful, Powering, Powell, Twerps, Polemic, Twerp's, Powell's [6] architecture is an example of a RISCRI SC, RI-SC, RIC, RISK, RISA, RISE, WISC, DISC, MISC, RIC'S (Reduced Instruction
Set Computing) architecture.

The most common PPCPCP, PC, PP, PAC, PIC, PFC, PRC, PVC, UPC, PPS, PPM, PPR implementation we find here at MelbWirelessMulberries, Mulberry's, Liberals, Marlboro's, Liberalise, Marlborough's [7]
is Apple [8] gear. AppleMacMinimumSpecs [9] has some more useful
information in addition to this.

The other situation we encounter is people running LinuxPPCLinux, Linuxes, Linkup, Linkups, Lynx [10],
which is very similar to Apple [11] anyway with it of course being a
unix-based system.

See also: YellowDogYellow Dog, Yellow-Dog, Yelled, Bulldog, Melodic, Yearlong, Yielding, Yolked, Yielded, Ladoga, Bldg, Yowled [12]

Links:
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[1] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?PowerPC
[2] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?PowerPCs
[3] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?PowerPC
[4] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?PowerPC
[5] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?PowerPC
[6] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?PowerPC
[7] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?MelbWireless
[8] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?Apple
[9] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?AppleMacMinimumSpecs
[10] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?LinuxPPC
[11] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?Apple
[12] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?YellowDog

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