do you think the upgrade is right for me ?

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  1. V4705, Feb 26, 2011
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    V4705 macrumors 6502

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    usually ms office, p2p, windows 7 on parallels, linux on parallels (without giu) and few browser windows.

    2010 2.4 ssd vs. 2011 i5 hdd vs. 2011 i7 hdd

    BTW, I dont want to upgrade to 15", its too big and too heavy to carry on me everywhere I go.

    Thanks!
     
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  3. ZZANG macrumors regular

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    Ditto... :(
     
  4. DustinT macrumors 68000

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    I usually upgrade my computers when their performance starts to annoy me. If its fast enough for what you need on a normal basis don't worry about it.

    Unless... you want to eBay your old MacBook and with the proceeds pick up a new one. :) I think I like that idea more. Apple makes it so easy.
     
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    ...or Craigslist.
     
  6. V4705 thread starter macrumors 6502

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    Of course I'm gonna sell my current one, but I need to pay the rest of the price for the new one.
    This is why I'm asking if I'll get any value for the money I'm adding.

    The "Heavier" game I'm playing is asphalt 6 so I'm not really scared by the gpu downgrade. the battery life downgrade might be a down side for me. but a new device and a faster cpu maybe good for me.

    Do you think in my usage, I'll see any performance difference with the new cpu and the move to 1333mhz of ram?


    Thank You!
     

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