|Nov 21, 2011, 05:43 PM||#1|
Base iMac '11 27" and Thunderbolt monitor
I'm saving up money to get an additional monitor to enhance my workflow, and I figure I should opt for the Thunderbolt display so that I don't see any jarring physical differences due to different monitor sizes. However, my question now is, I have the baseline 27" model. Would 512MB of VRAM be enough to keep the Thunderbolt monitor and the iMac running without issues? I'm primarily a translator and a teacher, so I don't see myself doing anything intensive, but I figure I'd ask.
Current Macs: 2012 13" MBA | 2011 27" iMac | PowerBook G4 12" | eMac 700Mhz
Current iOS: iPad 4 3G 64GB | iPhone 4S 16GB
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