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Old 03-11-2013, 10:00 PM
Fourtsian Fourtsian is offline
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Smile new mac mini quad core 2.6ghz


I run Protoos 10 on my Mac mini i7 dual core 2.7 at home.
Though it is very powerfull and I've done a lot of mixing job with it,
I want more power. I still need to do sub mix sometimes.

Do you think the newest Mac mini i7 quad core 2.6ghz will make huge difference?
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Old 03-12-2013, 08:24 AM
Phil Ogden Phil Ogden is offline
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Default Re: new mac mini quad core 2.6ghz

What is your typical session in terms of tracks, VI's and plug-ins?

I use a i7 quad 2.0 with 8G RAM which typically handles 50-60 tracks, 30 plugs and a couple of VI's and uses 60% system.
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