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  • NorCalLights
    May 1, 09:16 AM
    let us know frame rates etc!

    My Late-2009 Mac Pro runs it on Ultra settings with no lag or stuttering. I don't know the frame rate, but it looks like it's at least 50fps to me. Very smooth, even during very large battles.

    Your i7 iMac should be fine.

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  • MacBandit
    Sep 13, 10:37 AM
    Oh, and another thing cpu manufacturors demonstrate maxed out cpu fairly frequently this is done to show the potential of a cpu not that they're going in to production. I would be that they scoured production for months before they found one cpu that could achieve what they did with some kind of special cooling. They probably had the thing in a freezer with some kind of special gas instead of air to cool it.

    Moto and IBM do demonstrations like this also.

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  • big samm
    Jan 7, 09:21 AM
    The sound notification problem has nothing to do with the app guys its a server thing they can fix it without an update...

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  • Squadleader
    Apr 8, 07:45 PM
    OK, time to lead your Squad over to the PC forums.

    You will have no luck here, with your selective definition of 'Human'.


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  • iBlue
    Sep 15, 08:55 PM
    I find it funny that people come here for medical advice! :rolleyes: ever heard of a Doctor? :p

    ever heard of comfort and the benefit of personal experiences? ;)


    iGary i'll just say again that i hope you ask for Zofran (or at least some such antiemetic) this will go a long way towards keeping you from getting sick, since i know you're worried about that.

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  • MacCoaster
    Oct 2, 08:42 PM
    Originally posted by ddtlm
    People are throwing around "Unix" and "Windows" like they used to throw around "RISC" and "CISC". There is no reason of which I am aware why a future version of Windows cannot scale to as many processors as any version of Unix, just like the nasty ol x86 ISA has yielded top-notch processors like the P4 and Athlon.

    I think that everyone here who argues otherwise is engaged in a desperate attempt to justify their worldview that equates Apple with perfection and wisdom, or perhaps equates Microsoft with evil and boundless stupidity.
    Amen. Although I think the Windows' scalability vs. Unix's scalability is a valid argument because reasons stated in my post above. It's true that there shouldn't be a reason that Windows cannot scale to as many processors, but as I've said... it's not worth it because it isn't Microsoft's market.


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  • toddybody
    Apr 20, 09:19 AM
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  • SteveRichardson
    Aug 14, 02:14 PM
    Exactly - enlighten us. How do you know why its marketshare has increased as of late? Neither me nor freeny claim that its SOLELY because of the ads - but how can you prove that the ads haven't convinced 1 single switcher...?

    I'm not claiming to say that these ads have hurt or helped boost the market shares...I'm only saying that I have only heard negative things about them.

    I feel embarrassed watching them.

    I personally believe that the market share has risen because of the intel switch. The ads happened to come out at the same time so it's impossible to know how they've affected the market share, but either way I really don't like them. It's not the actors either... definitely the elitist script.

    I like that Shaun White ad where he narrates what he does with his computer and this stunt guy (you can only see his torso) is reaching and grabbing at nothing that was edited later to appear as if what he was grabbing at were his folders/documents/songs/etc... Pretty clever. And no snobbishness (yeah that word rocks) either.

    Did I mention I like Ellen Feiss?


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  • thesmileman
    Mar 11, 08:34 AM
    Must be nice to be able to spend all day standing in line. I have to earn my iPad 2 today by going to work. I plan on getting there at 4:00pm sharp, save me a white 32gb with an orange cover please :-)

    Maybe you need a better job.

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  • mattsaxuk
    Oct 23, 05:43 PM
    Finally decided to register on MR forums just for this! Much of a turnout expected? New comers to the forums welcome in the macrumours party??

    Should be there about 5 - is there a handshake or something i should know about?

    See you there!


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  • ct2k7
    Apr 22, 09:40 PM
    All this Mac vs PC subjective stereotyping is useless. [Cumulative] correlation does not mean causation.


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  • springscansing
    May 6, 01:20 AM
    Originally posted by markjs
    I was drawn to this forum because I am interested in computers generally and macs almost qualify.....but seriously I poked around on a mac for about an hour today, and found that some things are less intuitive (minimizing and closing windows). Also I found that some things easily accessible in windows are not accessible at all in mac OSX. I felt like the computer was "dumbed down" for me. All in all it was a computer and pefectly capable internet machine, but at least in an hour nothing even came close to winning me ove. Oh yeah it also crashed once too.

    Closing is very intuitive. You click the red close button. What's so hard about that? Same for minimize.. click the minimize button. If you honestly are having trouble with that, you're an idiot.

    Dumbed down? You have command-line access via the Terminal. It's ****ing UNIX man. That's a lot more access than Windows gives you.

    As for it crashing, you didn't say at all what version of X you were running or anything.

    Macs "almost" qualify as computers? Yeah, okay.

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  • backdraft
    Mar 24, 12:45 PM
    I wonder if this has anything to do with Apple's recent hire?

    For Example:

    hmmm... PA Semi's previous military contracts might have to do with this as well.

    Any conspiracy theories? lol


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  • Ommid
    Apr 25, 01:27 PM
    I don't want a boring DVD. I want Lion to come on one of those cool MacBook Air-style memory sticks, only compatible with ThunderBolt.

    Amazing, and then what? Maybe use it twice in your machine's life?

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  • KnightWRX
    Apr 15, 12:26 PM
    zimbra, pop/imap

    what a joke. firewall guys, we want email on our phones. we need to open the firewall on a few more ports

    exchange is database based which makes it easier and cheaper to manage it

    Wait, how does Exchange being database driven have anything to do with Firewall ports of POP/IMAP protocols exactly ? Exchange does the same POP/IMAP protocols and if you want your phones to access the system using those protocols on an Exchange server, you'll have to open the same firewall ports... Are your 2 statements even related ? Do you even realise Zimbra's backend is also database driven, except they use a much more standard RDBMS (MySQL) rather than Exchange's proprietary EDB format (which is loosely based on MDB, since both use the JET database engine, a far inferior database format that's more akin to SQLite than to a real RDBMS).

    But of course, you know all of this right ?

    And are you suggesting that push based e-mail requires a "database driven" backend in any sort of way ? Because that would be quite ludicrous a claim a to make. And of course, are you suggesting only Exchange does push based e-mail ? Because that would be ignoring Zimbra's Z-Push functionality...

    The fact is, AD, Exchange, they are so widespread exactly because of what I said earlier : Microsoft got their monopoly from IBM in the 80s and then proceeded to leverage at every chance to make solutions that do not inter-operate well. AD is integrated into Windows client tightly, it's a pain to make it work for anything else as far as SSOs go. Exchange is a success thanks to Outlook's widespread use, which is thanks to Office's dominance, which achieved it through Windows widespread use on the desktop.

    This is typical Microsoft modus operandi and why I have ethical and moral reasons to not work with their products as much as I can personally help it.

    Your SQL server example is also short-sighted. A 1/4 the cost of Oracle ? No duh, you're getting 10% of the product. Typical though that people look for Oracle when their needs don't even require it. It's just the best there is right now, and of course, you have to pay for that. However, you don't always need the best, in fact, Oracle is overkill for about 90% of RDBMS use out there.

    This is all moot, the subject of this thread is Apple hiring a Data center manager, not a product manager, that used to work at Microsoft. I see no problem in this, the guy is probably very qualified.


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  • AdeFowler
    Oct 27, 05:43 AM
    I've had .mac for about three years now and I love it.

    However, I've always thought that Apple should make it much cheaper ($25) so that the majority of users would snap it up. Storage is cheap nowadays and I seriously doubt that many users are using more than 50% of their allocation.

    Also, I'd like .mac to be tied into iLife 07 and Leopard more, but made affordable for everyone.

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  • Chip NoVaMac
    Feb 25, 12:44 AM
    Are we really comparing looking into in-app purchases with the crimes committed by Wall Street? Wow.

    This is a 100% parental issue. As for Apple, the least they could do (and it might be there) is to post a video teaching parents to use parental controls.

    Not every consumer is as tech savvy as the rest of us... same goes as to the bad loans by greedy mortgage lenders...

    I maybe wrong here; but given that Apple gets 30% of apps and in-app purchases - they have little reason to do the right thing and prevent abuses....

    They are guilty as well charging $199 for Aperture on an install for a new Mac... when the same user that is in the "know" can get it from the Mac App Store for $79....

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  • bloodycape
    Nov 13, 01:37 AM
    Just wondering how Japan perceives Apple as a company - if anyone knows. I know they don't like Microsoft (as in Xbox). I can't imagine they sell many Apple computers over there. Ipods a different story?

    Last I remember, Japan and Korea tend to show loyalty to Japanese companies, hence Sony playstation doing well in Japan. I also remember reading that iPod is #3 in like Japan, a #4 in Korea or something.

    Sep 25, 10:30 PM
    I can undestand Apple's motivation on this -- they have conciderable investment in all things iPod.

    What if another company wanted to trademark 'Podcast' or a similar term? Would there be as much controversy about them wanting to own it as there is against Apple?

    Mar 11, 02:56 PM
    Line is from Apple store past kids play area now, well over 200+ people

    Store closes in 30 min. Then opens again at 5


    Over 200 at Stonebriar? Holy Cow!

    Whats it look like at Willow Bend?

    Sep 25, 11:01 PM
    Kimberly Clark fought, and lost, the same battle over 'kleenex' becoming a generic noun for facial tissue.
    Their mark is still valid, other tissues still can't call themselves "kleenex".
    Bayer lost it over 'asprin' as the name for sodium acetosalcylate.
    That was punishment against the German government at the end of World War I. The country was stripped of pretty much all intellectual property that was used internationally.

    A real example of a trademark lost through sloppy protection on the part of the owner is Escalator. Otis Elevator lost the mark because even they didn't take care to use it as a proper name.

    Sep 1, 03:03 AM
    Update away. Those of you running illegal copies of the WWDC (torrent) will be happy to know that your IP and other system/contact info is automatically logged and forwarded to Apple Legal by the Leopard Software Update. :eek:

    "Enjoyed the preview? Good. We'll be contacting you soon..."

    May 1, 01:57 PM
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