A few observations and Questions (Leopard)

Discussion in 'macOS' started by mattthemutt, Oct 28, 2007.

  1. mattthemutt macrumors regular

    mattthemutt

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    #1
    I'm quite impressed by the new iTunes visualizers; they are very pretty by comparison to the previous ones (I particularly like the Jelly one).

    I'm running Leopard on a MacBook 1.83GHz with a gig of RAM. I'd like to up the frame rate a bit on the visualizers; I was wondering if getting more RAM help with that?

    Also, as I was looking in the activity monitor, I noticed that my VM size is apparently 39.56 GB (!!!!), which is very weird, because I have a 60GB hard drive. Is that something to be alarmed about?
     
  2. siurpeeman macrumors 603

    siurpeeman

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    i can't answer with certainty, but i think the frame rate issue you're having with your macbook is due to your integrated graphics, something that won't be helped with the addition of more ram. still, i think 1 gb is just barely adequate, and i would suggest an upgrade to 2 gb anyway.
     

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