tenrdrmer said:jonmulchay uses one. I'd like to know if anyone has the new one yet. Its hard for me to wrap my head around the i5 being faster than a core 2 duo since it has less Ghz.
tenrdrmer said:I dont really Care about how it Runs GS right now since this ones not for me.
calvin9403 said:GHZ doesn't really matter, more croe is better
tenrdrmer said:Steve sorry you replied right after me so I stupidly assumed but yeah please let me know how it runs adobe software. if it can handle that i'm sold.
tenrdrmer said:Yes they have discontinued the plastic macbooks. Doesn't mean they wont revive a new macbook model in the future but for now no more plastic. And I have no idea about your iMac question.
ultima said:I guess GS will do alright based on the feedbacks above. i was a bit worried since it's running sluggishly on my lion iMac. i haven't tested it on my mac tower yet to see if more power solves the issue.. but guess i'll take the plunge sometimes and share the results if i do... great articles guys.
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jonmulcahy said:I'm trying to sell my old one so I can get a new one Old one worked great, but I had 4gb of ram
tenrdrmer said:Ok Just to report. the new MacBookAir is freaking Sweet. It Loads Photoshop easily twice as fast as my 2010 MBP. Maybe even 4 times as fast. we picked up the 13" 256Gb i5 version last night. Was gonna get the cheaper one but Best buy was out of those. And I couldn't resist their price being $50 less than Apples Education Discount. And you Still got $100 Best buy gift card instead of the $100 itunes card. So anyone wondering if the new Airs Can handle GS I Have no doubt. It also compressed a 6.6 GB file in 5 min compared to my Pros estimated 1 hour. Now I just gotta get my wife to let me install GS
ktfright said:Is it safe to say that there will not be any MacBooks coming anytime soon besides Pros and Airs?Random Question: How can I make my iMac run in 64 bit?
fzeed said:BOOT 64: Make sure you have a 64 bit EFI, if so, hold down the number 6 and number 4 at boot time. You can verify you are running in 64bit mode by checking About this Mac, click on software and look for the line that reads 64-bit Kernel, if it says no, then your not. If you want to always boot in 64, edit your boot.plist file. Even if your running 64bit, alot of apps will still run in 32bit.