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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by sgough, Aug 29, 2009.
Any significant performance difference?
2.53 - 2.8 = ~10%
2.8 - 3.06 = ~8%
2.53 - 3.06 = ~17%
That's with raw math, not real life
That depends on what you're doing. A faster processor definitely won't help you write a document quicker We need more details.
Do agood bit with Ilife (photos, movies) and run Parallels a good bit. Rip many movies with Handbrake.
2.8 GHz it is then. I'd recommend the 3.06 GHz CPU to anyone doing intensive engineering or research grade applications.
U need 8 Gigs of memory more than anything. The 2.8 looks like the best choice for you.