MacBook oder MacBook Pro CD/C2D the answer

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by ndf9, Nov 21, 2006.

  1. ndf9 macrumors newbie

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  2. junkster macrumors regular

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    The conclusion is really dumb, IMO. Saying that notebook with essentially two 2GHz processors is "probably more than adequate" for "light computing" is madness. The MacBook is a monster in every way EXCEPT for high-end 3D performance.

    "if you are a power mad user like me, the 13 [inch] MacBook's slow integrated graphics chip is a show stopper"--that's just silly. Your uses have to be something that would push a GPU.

    Things that are not affected by the GPU: Commercial movie editing and high-end software development and web site development and professional audio recording/mixing.

    Things that are affected by the GPU: high-end 3D games and 3D modelling/animation.
     

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