An AMD FX 8-Core-Powered Mac Pro? I know Intel is [a few] leaps ahead of AMD (AMD FX 6-Core's are now comparable to the Core i5, but not by much). That said, despite AMD's performance not being spot-on with Intel's, they do have a couple compelling offerings for Mac. That being their new APU's which Apple could surely utilize in their Mac Mini and MacBook Air lines. This is because they offer discrete-level graphics performance built into the chip –as opposed to Intel's new SB integrated HD 3000. This could save them money and attract more customers because the Graphics would no longer be a joke. And then there is the AMD FX 8-Core processor, It could seriously fit in well with the Mac Pro, again reducing costs and offering many cores for all the content creators. With AMD's new APU, I personally wouldn't look anywhere else for laptop because, for all the performance you get with a SB, you can only utilize it so much because of the graphics. So kudos to AMD. Not to mention the impact it would have on the hackintosh community :roll eyes: So what do you guys think?