Loc: Pacific NW, USA
I have the same model as #2 and Michael. Stock amount of ram. CS2 runs like dogs on it. Opening and using Safari with them sucks. The filters work ok it's just got a lot of lags here. Other than that I love this machine. I wonder if an increase in ram would help. CS3 definitely will. And I have never regretted this glossy screen.<br><br> Machine Name: MacBook Pro 15"<br> Machine Model: MacBookPro1,1<br> Processor Name: Intel Core Duo<br> Processor Speed: 2.16 GHz<br> Number Of Processors: 1<br> Total Number Of Cores: 2<br> L2 Cache (per processor): 2 MB<br> Memory: 1 GB<br> Bus Speed: 667 MHz<br><br>ATI Radeon X1600:<br><br> Chipset Model: ATY,RadeonX1600<br> Type: Display<br> Bus: PCIe<br> VRAM (Total): 256 MB<br> Vendor: ATI (0x1002)<br><br>oh yeah, that's going in the blog
Loc: Pacific NW, USA
I know and the new iMac 17" only has 512. So I need some for both. But I also want to put a new grill or front end on my car. Anyone who says computers are the most expensive hobby have never been a muscle car nut.<br><br>oh yeah, that's going in the blog
Just some food for thought about the two machines. Some of that is greek to me, but the last line is certainly in English, although I've never seen benchmarks:<br><blockquote>Merom is the codename for Intel's mobile version of the 65nm Core 2 Duo processor line. It is similar to the current 32-bit Core Duo (Codename: Yonah). However, Merom supports 64-bit memory addressing, 64-bit integer operations, additional registers under programmatic control when operating in 64-bit mode, larger L2 cache in the faster models, improved vector processing units (now single cycle), more advanced branch prediction, and the ability to dispatch and retire more instructions per cycle. Intel claims that it will have 20% more performance at the same clock speed when compared to the Yonah processor.<br></blockquote> <br><br>
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