Jesus, up to 18 cores and 128gb of ram. Too bad it'll probably run you up close to $8k to have them configure it to 18 core and 128gb of ram. Base model is 8 core 32gb of ram and starts at $4k
So, I'm running an old (late-2009) iMac, which I had never upgraded the OS on. The reason being, Digidesign fucking us over. The MBox2 stopped being fully supported before Mavericks came out and the free OSX updates started. Add to that, I'm running Pro Tools 8 and haven't been able to afford to...
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Up for sale is my very gently used mid-2011 model Apple iMac. This iMac has been very carefully used for the past few years. I...
I decided against the iMac route. They're really nice looking, but I couldn't get past the locked down hardware thing, and the prospect of having to make compromises elsewhere (some of which defeat the clutter-free looks of an all in one device).
So, I had a PC built for me. Chose the...
Would I likely have any trouble doing the following:
Editing video (nothing heavy, just two camera videos at most)
Working on DAW projects that have lots of VST instruments
Getting devices connected via Thunderbolt to work with Windows 7
Using VSTs in either OS X or Windows 7
Hey! Okay, so I have a brand new decked out iMac. 16GB ram, one terabyte hard drive. Comes with GarageBand of course. I am a total noob to all this, and I am recording basic stuff. Frequently, during playback, it will stop playing and a message comes up saying there are too many real instrument...
So, I'm thinking my mid-2010 21.5" iMac needs a RAM upgrade, since it's still sitting at the stock 4GB. I'm thinking I'll max it out at the 16GB it's capable of. Are there good/bad brands of RAM? Will this do?
Buy the Centon 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3-1333MHz Laptop Memory Kit at TigerDirect.ca
I've been toying with making the jump for years now, the new iMacs look awesome, and I'm probably not that far from needing a new computer anyway. Apple finally addressed my biggest pet peeve a couple years ago, the single-click mouse, and looking at their site their current mouse actually looks...
It turns out my MacPro is no longer supported by apple's increasingly shitty operating system... It's apparently not modern enough
Since I despise windows with the burning passion of 1000 suns and find linux unsuitable for certain applications (audio and video processing, and games...
one of the Imacs here at work decided it wanted to eat a cd and it wont eject it.
I have tried several different things and it just wont give it up
Tried using terminal drutil tray eject command - nope
tried adding an eject shortcut to bar -nope
tried ejecting from disk utility - nope
Fortunately, most of the software I use is cross-platform. :D
I'm still not sure if I would give up OS X because I love...