They run beautifully, though the FBDIMM's are less well suited towards games than DDR/DDR2 memory. It's server memory, but maybe with more multicore oriented games its pedigree will come in handy.ejewels52 said:oh, i thought i heard that the PC games don't run as well?
My windows runs very, very smooth. I was only able to achieve that by using the Slipstream method of installing, though.Doctor Suarez said:These success stories are very encouraging.
Did you all achieve these performance highs after fixing the SATA issue by using the slipstreamed disc, or is it working like this with only the standard Boot Camp install?
true that if you want to take advantage of the 64bit processor you will need xp 64 but windows xp pro runs very well on the mac pro and recognize all the 4 cores.Doctor Suarez said:It's not that the OS won't run, it's that if you spent the money to have two CPUs in your computer, you want a version of Windows that will utilize both of them. Running XP home on a Mac Pro will work, but it will only use one of the two CPUs.