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Old 11-27-2020, 08:58 AM
leopod leopod is offline
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Default S6 performance - Mac Pro 5,1 vs Mac Pro 7,1

Quick question here : could I expect a major boost in S6 overall performance with a Mac Pro 7,1 (let's say 16 core/96GB RAM MacOS 10.15.7 PT 2020.11 HDX3 for the example), against a Mac Pro 5,1 (2010 12-core 32GB RAM Mac OS 10.12.6 PT 2019.6 HDX3)? I noticed Eucon (WSControl) seems to eat up a lot of memory, so I figure the 32GB to 96GB would make a difference, but can host CPU also influence responsiveness and layout build speeds on the S6, or even just the version update on the MTM (19.6 to 20.11)?
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