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  • ergle2
    Sep 16, 05:15 AM
    At most it would have the yet to be released Mobility X1700 or currently available Geforce GO7600.

    There is simply not enough room for either a Mobility X1800 or Geforce GO7700 chip in this 1" thick notebook. Stay in fairyland . . . why can't people be a bit realistic?

    Thanks for the condescending tone in response to an off-the-cuff "would be nice" comment -- it makes you look such a man.

    Of course, given the Go 7700 is effectively an 80nm 7600 -- and therefore should use less power -- I'd say it was realistic to suggest it be used.

    Well done.

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  • GregA
    Nov 27, 03:44 PM
    No point in what? I am stating my OWN ideas.Yes, but you're stating your OWN ideas while telling others their ideas are stupid. If you can't see how even after re-reading, then ..... c'est la vie I guess.

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  • citizenzen
    Apr 15, 06:40 PM
    Firstly, your perspective would change completely if you ever decide to invest or trade.

    Sounds like a good reason to avoid it.

    Why focus your perspective on gaining wealth?

    Aren't there more important things than that in our brief lives?

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  • Multimedia
    Aug 2, 10:37 PM
    Interesting. I see your point and quite frankly I agree, I do however believe that Apple will announce it because the chips are definately out and running, Apple wants to stay ABOVE cutting edge, so why wouldn't they announce the chips?Yeah, what would be the best thing Steve could do Monday is to announce an across the board shift to Core 2 immediately. I don't have the courage to predict this will happen. But it would be the coolest thing in a long time if it does. :cool:

    I agree with you it would make the most sense to just do it all at once instead of incrementally - esp since it's only FIVE MONTHS 'til the January 9 SF MacWorld SteveNote where the OctoCore Mac Pro will likely be added above the Quad - maybe even the Leopard release.

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  • spazzcat
    Mar 29, 08:59 AM
    isn't dropbox the same thing?

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  • IntelliUser
    Dec 24, 06:39 AM
    With Sophos, users may find heaviness in different ways.

    The default number of WorkerThreads seems to make the system unusable for some users of the current version of Sophos. That's heaviness of one sort.

    A higher number of WorkerThreads, for which there's no GUI, will use resources in a different way. That's heaviness of a different sort.

    A system that's consistently usable is a must, so for as long as there's uncertainty around I should recommend approaching SAV with caution, and with readiness to work around things from the command line.

    I didn't run into any such problem. I did notice an appreciable decrease in performance when using Kaspersky though. Sophos only slowed down my Mac on startup. But so far the only antivirus which doesn't noticeably slow down the system on startup seems to be ESET, after some tweaking.

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  • cirus
    Apr 24, 09:20 AM
    3200x2000 requires 6,400,000 pixels. At 32 bit per pixel, we're talking 25,600,000 bytes of data. Considering modern framebuffers are double buffered, this requires 51,200,000 bytes of memory to hold. That fits into 48.82 MB of RAM. GPUs have had that much since ... hum... 2004 ? So we're good on framebuffer RAM.

    Now, bandwidth. In order to refresh the screen 60 times, we need to push out those 25,600,000 pixels. That's going to require 11718 Mbps of bandwidth. Let's see... Display port 1.1a has 10.8 Gbps so it's a no go (though it could almost do it). If only there was a DP 1.2 spec that had a 21.6 Gbps cap... Oh wait there is. :D

    So we're good on RAM and bandwidth. Now, what ATI family introduces DP 1.2 so that we can use this new standard ? Oh right, the Radeon HD 6000 series, AMD's current shipping tech! Now if only Apple would release some kind of support for these GPUs, like they did back in 10.6.7 ;) :

    So let's see if I got all of this right. We're good on RAM (have been for quite a few years). We're good on bandwidth for 60 hz 3200x2000 resolution. We're good on hardware (AMD 6000 series) and we're good on OS X support (with 10.6.7).

    What exactly is missing here ? Oh right, a hardware refresh with said hardware included, which is probably a formality seeing all of these news and facts :cool:

    I have a question.

    Is 25,600,000 bytes (25.6 MB) x 60 Hz not equal to 1,536,000,000 bytes.
    Correct me if I am wrong.

    Amd (ati) lists the desktop 6990 as having a maximum display output of 2560 x 1600 per display (with display port 1.2). Something is going to have to change on the hardware level.

    My opinion: This will look amazing but 3D gaming is going to suck at that resolution and especially since an iMac will not be able to have a very good GPU since it cannot handle the heat. Of course they could design it so that the resolution could be brought down during gaming.

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  • roland.g
    Aug 2, 11:09 AM
    Let me get this straight. The Keynote is on Monday not Tuesday. I thought the keynote was Tuesday just like MWSF.

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  • MacVault
    Aug 7, 03:23 PM
    I read a comment on Maccentral from someone saying they were going to wait for a "true" dual processor. What is not true about the Mac Pro configuration? Or did that poster not know what he was talking about?

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  • Eraserhead
    Apr 16, 01:23 AM
    And I don't expect that any Chinese business man pays close to what they should on paper. We have loopholes in the tax code. They have loopholes in general.

    Given you get the death penalty for tax evasion I would expect people would be pretty keen to pay their taxes.

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  • easy4lif
    May 4, 02:44 PM
    i intend to get mine on a disc rather then a download.

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  • AndroidfoLife
    Apr 5, 03:45 PM
    Silly people. No one OWNS an iPhone. They own the right to use the iPhone. Welcome to the new world where buying a product does not mean that you can do what you want with it. You can only do what the manufacturers say you can do with it.

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  • Horst
    Aug 7, 05:07 PM
    As for prices, any word on compatibility with 3rd party Ram and internal hard drives ?
    You can't possibly run a Pro rig on a meager 1 Gb of Ram, and Apple charges 1100$ for a the minimum 4 gig upgrade :rolleyes: .

    Also, the new HD slots look kinda custom...

    Without non-Apple options, the real price of the new desktops will make them very expensive for serious users, at least for early adopters.

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  • davegoody
    Nov 12, 11:47 AM
    I've never heard of this company -- are they reputable, does anyone know? I've heard all sorts of stories abut these types of things being spyware or some such, don't want to pollute my Mac with any of that garbage!

    GARBAGE . . . . . NO.....

    Sophos are one of the most respected AV suppliers in the world. Most home users have never heard of them though as they ONLY supply High-End AV solutions to Big businesses. The company I work for uses SOPHOS and has done for quite a few years..... the Windows client has a tiny footprint compared to McAfee, Norton / Symantec etc..... i.e. it slows your machine down FAR less than all the other solutions.

    I think it is a little unfair to compare this to garbageware free PC solutions, before you call something garbage it is perhaps sensible to research it first. I run the Corporate version of Sophos on my MacPro, MacMini and MacBook Pro, as well as on my Windows Laptop and Media Centre PC. Best solution out there in my own (humble) opinion - and no, I don't work for Sophos, just use their products in a live, corporate environment on a daily basis.

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  • McGiord
    Apr 10, 06:20 PM
    Just gave the problem to my 12 year old brother. Yup, its 288. To all you people who still believe it's 2, I hope you don't deal with math a lot in your careers. It might also be a good idea for you to hire somebody else to do your taxes ;)

    So he is the man. Does he do your taxes?:D

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  • amols
    Aug 4, 12:27 PM
    I think that depends on what Dell, Sony, Toshiba, etc, come out with. No way is Apple going to still be selling a 2.16 Core Duo at it's top end laptop when the PC makers have Core 2 Duo chips.

    Apple never was a part of Mhz rat-race. Look at its bestselling Powerbook. How fast was it compared to the then PC laptops. Anyways, WWDC is suppose to be developers conference, so we should speculate more about Leopard and hopefuly MacPros (because they are long due) insted of iPods and MBPs.

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  • batchtaster
    Mar 29, 09:29 AM
    It's funny - every time I type the name of the service, it comes out "Clud Drive".

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  • maelstromr
    Apr 5, 04:21 PM
    Nope Apple is the ruler of all.

    The master of the universe and the company that knows better than you do.

    Just notice how they act.

    What they censor and how hypocritical they are.

    Only Uncle Steve can give you permission and he's never going to do that.

    He's GOD according to many fanboys here...

    All Hail Apple! (no special symbols needed). :) ha ha ha ha ha

    You could just stop buying their stuff...I hear Windows phones need some friends.

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  • digitalfx
    Mar 30, 07:31 PM
    I can confirm that Preview 2 works w/ the 2011 MBPs.

    is TRIM working w 2011 mbp's?

    Apr 9, 05:04 PM
    Depending on how you solve it, your answer is either 288 or 2.

    Nothing is missing in the equation - no math symbol is missing between 2 and (9+3), so solve it as is.

    Now, cast your vote! :)

    Mar 27, 03:52 AM
    I believe the iPad 3 out in thee. Fall to be BS.
    I believe iPhone 5 and IOS 5 to be released TOGETHER whether in June or the Fall.
    My #1 request for iPhone 5?is 64GB. My 32GB 3GS only has 0.68GB available.

    Apr 20, 08:02 AM
    I wonder how many of these they'll sale? If it's not due out until September, but everything still points to a summer release of the iPhone 6, which is supposed to be a redesign, then why not wait six more months? I'm due for a new phone this June and if the iPhone is delayed til September I will certainly wait six more months and get the redesigned one. I'm not crazy about this form factor anyway.

    Jul 21, 03:02 PM
    Now all the MBP's need are new enclosures, and I'm sold!

    MB's aren't going to get Merom so soon because they've only been out for a little while (as opposed to the MBP's) and I think there needs to be a bigger differentiation between the MB's and MBP's.

    Aug 3, 11:37 PM
    are people not expecting merom to go immediately into the macbook as well? i don't see a reason for apple to purposely gimp their best-selling notebook when a merom chip is supposed to cost the same as its yonah counterpart.I think the very last machine to get it will be the bottom end MacBook and slowest Mac Mini. There is no reason why they could not offer both Yonah and Merom in the same systems since they are the same sockets. With the discounted Yonah or Core Solo they could hit there $499 price point on the mini and $899 for the Core Duo white MacBook. The Black MacBook will see Merom near the same time as MBP. They may wait 3 weaks or so to see if the Merom supply can meet demand.

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