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Old 02-06-2019, 12:46 PM
Ty Ford Ty Ford is offline
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Default 003R, Mid-2010 Intel Mac How high can I go?

I'm now running PT 10.3.7 on this Mid-2010 5,1 Intel Mac that is at OS 10.9.5 with no problems.

I suspect limitations are the 003R and the Mac.

Does anyone have any intel on how much further I can go?

I wouldn't mind getting to PT 11 where (I think) faster than real time rendering is possible.

Any thoughts or suggestions?

Thanks,

Ty Ford

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