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  • iAlan
    Jul 14, 01:37 AM
    Bluray (or Blu-ray - not sure how to write it yet) will win because it sounds way cooler to say 'Bluray' than 'HD-DVD' :p

    And we all know how important a name can be - can you say 'MacBook'? :p :p

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  • toddybody
    Mar 24, 01:40 PM
    power-hungry gpu monsters.

    6970 folks, not 6990 :)

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  • hypmatize
    Nov 27, 08:34 PM
    It's Christmas time :) Here are my last few purchases for various members of my family.

    Stocking stuffers for mom, dad, brother, and sister:

    Gift for my mom. She rides her bike 10 miles to and from work a few times a week:

    Gift for my brother. He sold all of his games to Gamestop so that he could buy Fifa 10. He really wants Fifa 11 too, but I'm waiting to see if I can find it cheaper:

    I think best buy still has fifa 11 for $35 you should check it out.... its a great game btw. You just have to get used to the passing from fifa 10

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  • quagmire
    Apr 9, 06:03 PM
    When you drive to/from Toronto all the time, standard just makes no sense, now that autos are much more efficient.

    Conventional torque converter auto's still sap more power and fuel than sticks. But, with DCT's entering the market, the advantage of the manual transmission went out the window.

    That has killed interest for me at least for a stick. Unless you like rowing your own gears, DCT's are the way to go. They can get the same or better in performance and fuel economy.

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  • vaderhater245
    Mar 18, 03:21 PM
    I think the E6750 is the cpu? maybe? PPD for my gt 260 is around 4-5k so your PPD sounds about right.

    Glad you are here again, we need the points!!

    My power was off for about an hour this am for some reason and I didn't get to folding again until now :(

    E6750 is an older "65nm" core2duo, 2.66 stock. Good to hear about the ppd. Current info at the moment.

    GPU: 548p project running at 5319.91 ppd.
    CPU: 225p project running at 295.89 ppd.

    Might be time to upgrade the cpu...

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  • TangoCharlie
    Aug 29, 10:31 AM
    Is Conroe pin-compatible with the iMac, though? I didn't think it was...and I definitely think that Apple should try to get a Conroe chip in that computer (or else release a mid-sized tower).

    The Merom chip is pin compatible with the current iMac CPU, and I believe Apple will release an updated iMac using Merom. Intel is marketting both Merom and Conroe as Core 2 Duo, which is confusing...

    The Mac mini will, it seems, get the Core Duo as standard. This is as I predicted a while back. The Mac mini, _will_ eventually get a Core 2 Duo, but not yet.... Apple will want to get the Mac Book Pro and the iMac updated first.

    The update to the Mac mini line is more of a Marketting thing.... it allows Apple to boast that it's the only big manufacturer to use dual-core exclusively across the whole line-up.

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  • Frosticus
    Apr 21, 05:20 AM
    Performance and specifications determine whether or not it's a "Pro", not the people who use them. I'm not a professional race car driver, but my car has over 400hp. Does that mean that my car is not the high-performance sports car that the automotive world widely claims it to be?

    And besides, how do you know those people aren't using heavy-duty applications? Is a thirty-second observation at Starbucks enough to justify such a statement?

    Agreed, the "Pro" bit is referring to it's spec relative to the standard MacBook.. not to the users.. :rolleyes:

    BTW - has anyone else noticed the shipping times for the Mac Pros? 12-core and server are now 3-5 days in UK and US stores. Is this a slip also ahead of potential refresh? /optimism

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  • longsilver
    Sep 5, 08:56 AM
    As i said earlier

    9AM Eastern is the most obvious time to do it, I guess. (But, to be pedantic, did you mean 2pm GMT or BST? ;) :) )

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  • JFreak
    Jul 14, 12:46 AM
    Maybe if there was more media available in blue-ray format, I would be more excited.

    There will be more media once there are more players, and there will be more players once there is more media. Which goes first? Players, naturally. Apple and the rest of the industry will just have to begin selling the players, and then the content will follow. Very soon I'd guess. The new Blu-Ray media can be sold at premium, so I think there will be a lot of discs to buy once certain threshold of players have been installed.

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  • umag
    Feb 21, 04:28 PM
    Hi, can anyone explain me how is the Cinema Display 30" "flying" in Transporteur's 2007 setup (page 79, Part 13)? :confused:

    Is he using a VESA wall mount?


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  • danielwsmithee
    Nov 27, 02:51 PM
    Now I'm starting to wonder if Apple will drop the 20" and replace it with a 17" LCD. I know that seems odd, but that would increase the gap between the 20" and 23" ACDs. There's a 7" gap between the 23" and 30" and if they introduced a 17" to replace the 20" that would make a 6" gap between the low end and the middle one. That way there will be much more of a difference between the ACDs.

    Just a thought. :)
    No I think 20" is still the sweat-spot.

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  • dongmin
    Jan 12, 12:42 AM
    Here is some info on the wireless power adaptor technlogy I mentioned previously that I believe will be incorporated into a new low power mac that does not ever need to be plugged in. There are two trains of thought. One is that it will be set atop a wireless power pad that will conduct the electricity a mere inch or two to 'charge' or power the mac without any cable or outside connectors and the other which has been demonstrated by a few other companies including involves electricity being sent through the air similar to a wireless signal, except the laptop actually charges without any wires at all - cordless electricity as it were.

    Here's some links to some past posts discussing the technlogy.

    Finally, a company called Powercast at demonstrated this wireless power transfer not too long ago by lighting a bulb up with absolutely no wires. Pretty cool and inevitable if you ask me.

    This is what I'm guessing will be the hot new product - the MacAir - no cords. Power without wires.

    BFMApple has some patents that deal with induction-based charging for your i-gadgets:

    There's also wireless firewire that stirred a lot of discussion three years ago:

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  • Linito
    Sep 6, 09:30 AM
    Poop. And I was hoping for a $100 price drop.

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  • SpinThis!
    Apr 12, 09:43 PM
    Yeah, I will not be shocked if this ends up being a Lion-only application.

    Definitely. For better or worse...

    The audio aligning features are going to be underrated but nice.

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  • ag227
    Apr 13, 01:52 AM

    In this image, what screen is that they are using? the stand looks like something by apple, the silver border around the screen is not a cinema display as its too thick and its not an imac as there is not enough silver along the bottom??

    or am i just seeing it funny?

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  • iSamurai
    Apr 12, 10:21 PM
    hmm... I've just edited a video for a uni project in After Effects... and having done another video in FCP before I thought these two programmes had similar interfaces though AE was much better though I do like FCP's automatic snapping when dragging video clips around.

    As for this preview for the new FCPX, quite a few features I thought were great (especially audio clean up), but not so sure on the layout (similarity to iMovie) and compared to AE all the buttons and knobs are clearly allocated... But yeah I'm keen to give it a try.

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  • cwerdna
    Dec 6, 12:39 PM
    It was also to get MS to continue making Office for the Mac. The deal also included that Apple put IE on every Mac they sold (I could be wrong on that, correct me if I am.).
    You can rewatch the announcement of that at

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  • iJohnHenry
    Mar 20, 07:03 PM
    seems like they may be targeting Gaddafi now ...

    Wow, that is a shocker.

    The U.S. Congress passed a law to prohibit any attempt to assassinate any foreign leader.

    Why, I don't know, but there it is. :confused:

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  • snberk103
    Apr 10, 07:21 PM
    Really, is there even someone who doesn't know how to drive an automatic ? It's pretty self-explanatory, not much of a learning curve shifting from Park to Drive and hitting the gas. ...

    When I was in University my buddy told me the following story - he swore it was true.

    His mom drove a manual (and had only every driven manuals), and he had an automatic. One day he was driving her back from the garage where she had left her car for servicing and mom asked if she could drive his car because she wanted to see what it was like.

    Naturally, it took her all of 30 seconds to figure it out (though he did note that mom kept trying to depress the clutch, even if she wasn't trying to shift.) Everything was fine, they were sailing through the traffic, and then mom wanted to stop at a store and run some errands. This meant parallel parking since they were still in town. He was a bit worried, because trying to parallel park a strange car is always a bit challenging, and sons always think their mothers are not the best parkers.

    And this is what she did. She pulled up right next to an open spot, put on her turn signal, and put the car into (P)ark. She then started goosing the gas. My buddy was looking at his mom, quizzically. Mom was staring at the open spot next them intently, and revving the engine. Finally he asked her what she was doing. It seems she thought that the (P)ark meant that the car 'automatically parked' itself by moving 90� to the side. You told the car which way to go (left or right) via the turn signals.

    My buddy explained that that was not how it worked. Mom sighed - pulled up a 1/2 car length, popped it into (R)erverse and parked his car smooth as butter - turned to him and commented that if an "automatic" car with (P)ark couldn't park itself, then what was the point.

    Far as know, she drove a manual for the rest of her life. I don't know if he was ever sure whether is mom was pulling his leg or not.

    Apr 3, 05:36 AM
    Ironically the use of "magical" breaks the illusion. As soon as I hear that, it makes me think that's just clever tech rather than the experience they're selling.

    Jul 14, 08:51 AM
    Currently, prices of Xeons seem to hover between $500 and $1000. And note: these are RETAIL PRICES for consumers! Apple's prices for those CPU's would be considerably less. So I don't see Apple having any problems offering quad-Woodcrest for under $4000. I wouldn't be one bit surprised if we saw quad-Woodcrest for under $3000!Gee I hope you're right. Quad MacIntels For Under $3k Would Be A Miracle. Thanks for the heads up. :rolleyes:

    Apr 13, 06:15 AM
    Lets see the rest of the suite!

    Mar 23, 12:50 PM
    Got confused, makes sense :rolleyes:

    Oct 2, 07:37 PM
    My quest for the perfect case continues...... :(
    I would suggest anything Switcheasy. (Even though they don't have anything out yet.) I think I'm going to get a BSE and a Griffin Reveal. But that's just me. Belkin looks promising....

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