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Old 05-04-2003, 04:44 AM
thermal thermal is offline
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Default Dual 1.2 gig upgrade


Just wanted to share some good info. I bought the Powerlogix 1.2 dual processor upgrade last week. I had a G4 733 single cpu model, and upgraded to this. Works flawlessly with Pro Tools and all other software. Installation was 15 minutes total. I have snappy redraws and an overall very fast, responsive feel to my MAC again. OS X and PT 6.01 was nice, but a bit sluggish. It's now wicked fast and I have almost tripled my RTAS plugin count, as well as more instances of Stylus, etc. They lowered the price to $979.00 at OWC. Great deal if you don't feel like buying an entire new machine. Of course Apple is not going to tell you about it...

Stephen McKnight
Thermal Productions
Philadelphia/S. Jersey
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