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  • superscientific
    Jul 10, 10:27 PM
    Yeah I saw all of you guys in line when I went there earlier tonight! Good luck. I will be showing up in the morning. I hope too many people aren't there! I saw about 10+ people last. How many are there now?

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  • p0intblank
    Sep 25, 11:43 AM
    Why are there so many Negative votes? An update to Aperture is a very good thing for photographers. If all these voters are people who were hoping for a MacBook Pro update, that doesn't quality you voting an Aperture update thread as negative. Big deal... the notebooks didn't get updated. Move along.

    I really wish Apple offered a trial of Aperture on their Web site. I would love to try it out sometime.

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  • barkmonster
    Sep 23, 08:19 PM
    I think they're slower than you think if you're talking raw DSP muscle.

    The price/performance of a mac is terrible at the moment but the interface, available software and midi management (especially patchnames) is still way ahead of the PC.

    There's a thread on the Protools LE for Windows forum on the Digidesign User Conference where they've put together the best PC for under $800 and tested it in protools LE using the same 5 plug-ins per track test as those of us in the mac forum have performed.

    This PC, an Athlon XP2200+ handles 180 plug-ins

    The fastest mac currently tested, with an original retail value of $3,499 handles only 135 plug-ins.

    Now concidering the mac in question is only running 1 of it's cpus, has a 133MHz FSB to the 333Mhz FSB on the PC and it's less than half the clock speed, it's quite impressive on paper but 4 times the price just for a superdrive, firewire and an OS that doesn't make me puke just looking at it isn't really very good.

    A plus point is those plug-in counts will soar in OS X once Protools LE is dual CPU aware and I know any mac I buy will be more than fast enough to handle at least 4 times what my beige G3 can. It's just annoying that when I do get round to getting a faster model a used dual 800 SQ or maybe even a dual 1Ghz QS is the best I can hope for and both are thoroughly battered senseless by a dirt cheap PC.

    Mind you, once I've got a new mac I doubt I'll care what those other brands can do. It's the OS that's kept me hooked on macs and OS X looks absolutely fantasic for audio.

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  • NickK1066
    Mar 26, 08:26 AM
    "Invading countries for Oil - there's an app for that!" ;)

    Seriously though you folks may want to have a look at this:

    IIRC there's a bit where a soldier gets his phone out to control it.


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  • chrmjenkins
    Apr 28, 11:09 AM
    It might - read below.

    It's not weight that damages the roads, it's pressure. Too much weight concentrated on too small a space is what damages asphalt (and concrete, to a far lesser extent). That's a function of pressure in the tires - two vehicles with the same tire pressure are doing the same amount of damage to the road, regardless of their respective weights.

    True enough, a truck weighted down with a full load might have 60 psi in the tires, whereas most passenger cars are in the 30-35 psi range. But in this sense, a small car and a big car (or light truck) are doing about the same amount of damage to the road.

    Here in north Texas, it's very true that the majority of damage to the roads comes not from any vehicle, but from unstable soil underneath the roads. I imagine there are many places across the country where this is true.

    An 18 wheeler tractor trailer has an empty weight of 36,000 lbs, or 18 tons. Law permits up to 40 tons loaded. Let's assume a light load and say 22 tons.
    That's 1.2 tons per wheel.

    A prius is 1.5 tons. That's 0.375 tons per wheel.

    Now we also know that tractor trailers run roughly double passenger cars on tire pressure, but the wheels are also bigger. For that reason, let's assume that the amount of surface area of each tire in contact with the road is consistent across the two. That means that the tractor trailer exerts the 3.25 times the pressure with each tire compared to the prius. On top of that, it does this on all 18 of its wheels, as compared to only 4 with the prius. Finally, the average traveling speed is going to be lower for a tractor trailer, meaning it exerts this greater pressure in the same spot longer than the prius.

    Add in the fact that the damage done by pressure is likely not additive (3.25 priuses in a row does not equal the damage of one tractor trailer per tire), and it's easy to see that tractor trailers are the big wear and tear on roads.

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  • MacBandit
    Sep 14, 02:09 AM
    Originally posted by MacManiac1224
    Can the G4 beat the Pentium 5? You are probably scratching your heads on this one. Yep, the Pentium 5 is very real, and it is coming soon. 2nd quarter of the Pentium 5 debuting at 3.2GHZ is going to come out. It will have 100 million transistors on it and it will be manufactured at .09 microns. Also, here is the doozy, it will have 1 mb of L2 on die cache, and it will support 333mhz bus speeds, with the addition of DDR, that is a possible 667mhz bus speeds. By the way, if you were wondering, the Pentium 4 has 42 million transistors.

    Now, for the G4: I am not sure how many transistors the G4 has, but I imagine it is way less then 100 million, or even 42 million, considering the P4 came out after the G4. Anyway, the cache on the G4 is higher on the high-end, 2mb of cache. But: the speed: 1.25Ghz? Can that really stand up to a P5 with 333mhz bus, and 3.2Ghz clock speeds? My opinion: most likely not.

    Not to be criticle but the G4 does not have 2mb of L2 cache on the high end model it only has 256k. It does have 2mb of L3. The 1MB of L2 in my oppinion will be a lot faster then any L3 cache because it's accessed at full CPU speed. But we all know this doesn't really make a nickels worth of difference because we all know the current cpu at the current speed would be absolutely trounced by this new pentium. I also know feel that we will not be stuck at this slow progression of speed for the next year.

    I personally though am in no way dissapointed in the new macs they are extremely fast. Yes faster then the Quicksilvers they just need to be used in the right application i.e. video editing, gaming, etc.. Anything that requires large amounts of data to be moved from the hard drive to the Ram and the same for the PCI and AGP cards to the Ram or Hard drive.


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  • Misplaced Mage
    Jun 18, 01:56 PM
    I figured this out last night poking around in System Profiler on the new Mac Mini display unit in the local Apple Store. There was a new, separate entry for "Card Reader" that I hadn't seen before. Lo and behold, there it was, "SDXC", supporting 2.5GT/s (that's 2.5Gbps before taking into account the all the data transfer protocol overhead).

    Doing some more poking, I found in the Ethernet section the fact that the new Minis use a Broadcom BCM57765 ( controller�which just happens to also include the memory card reader controller, which supports SDXC.

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  • trainguy77
    Jun 5, 07:49 PM
    Hey I just downloaded the widget for Tiger and it just comes up Blink and says Overclockers Australia :confused: Am I doing something wrong? I have the team name entered in correctly in the back.

    I was playing with it and what you are putting the team number where you put your user number. In that same field you need to enter: 140721 this is your number. If you enter that number it should come up with your score. :)

    Good to see you are getting in too it!


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  • robbieduncan
    Mar 29, 08:58 AM
    Taken out of context yet again. Congratulations!

    EF-S 200mm on a 1.6 crop camera will yield the same image as an EF 200mm on a FF camera. If you put that EF 200 back onto the 1.6 camera, the image is different.

    How hard is that to understand?

    It's not. That is exactly what I have said in every post since the start. You are the one who said that a 200mm EF lens would produce a different image than a 200mm EF-s lens when mounted on the same camera. That is the quote is a complete sentence from your post. It is 100% wrong. You are not saying something completely different to what you were saying. It is not "out of context". There is no context in which that sentence contains correct information.

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  • Tutankhamark
    Mar 18, 11:16 AM
    Equivalent of $8.15/ US Gallon here in Sheffield, UK.


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  • CaoCao
    Apr 8, 03:37 AM
    They'll just have to burn replicas of the Xoom.

    The point is to honor ancestors not giving them crap you don't want

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  • bigsexyy81
    Aug 19, 01:16 PM
    It isn't putting Facebook back on when I sync. Is there something I need to do before the sync? :confused:


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    Oct 24, 01:12 PM
    Sorry to raise a small but wavering flag here but...

    Where the hell are the upgraded MacBooks??!!! :mad:

    I apologise if there is a particular thread dealing with this, please let me know and I'll go there. But to the matter in hand - could someone shed abit of light for me as to what's happened? It seems I'm the only one who feels gutted about the MacBooks being left with NOTHING being done to them.

    Please help... I am in need of it lol

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  • ppdix
    Apr 14, 05:22 PM
    The mic in the background looks like a cleaning utensil...


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  • Gus
    Jul 14, 01:58 AM
    Hmmm..., well, you don't mention which OS you are running, but I'll assume OS X, so if that is the case, the OS should recognixe the drive. I only say this because I replaced a DVD-ROM in a Pismo Powerbook with the Combo drive that comes in an iBook, and the OS recognized the drive fine. The optical drives in a tower all share the same connectors on newer machines, but I can't speak towards an 450 AGP because I never owned one. I've switched several drives in a G4 733 Digital Audio, and never had any problems. The only thing I would suggest is after installation, you make sure to download the latest Apple firmware for the Pioneer '05 model.


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  • DCstewieG
    Jun 18, 01:38 PM
    How beautiful would that be for Time Machine, particularly in a laptop?


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  • jonnysods
    Apr 14, 09:51 PM
    What do you reckon these guys get paid?

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  • Track&Share
    Jan 12, 03:42 PM
    We are working on a Facebook status update. Our app so far updates users via Twitter on daily things that get tracked. Glad to see Facebook become more iPhone friendly. If you have anything to track / improve in your life, have a look at Track & Share. Try the lite version for free. All the best to all Facebook fans,

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  • ntrigue
    Jan 6, 08:51 PM
    I like to ONLY have a 'sound' or 'badge' as the screen turning ON/OFF with Push messages does affect the battery...

    Oct 20, 03:39 AM
    I'll be there about 1745 having hurried straight from work. Are they likely to sell out?

    Apr 18, 11:36 AM
    My last stop. $4.09

    Sep 1, 09:07 AM
    Apple has a history of that... making their OS'es run faster than the previous one on the same hardware. At least that's what my experience has been with Panther, Tiger and Leopard preview.

    Or they make the first releases fast, and then with each minor upgrade slow the system down a tiny bit and then when the next major one comes around everything seems faster the before..

    or it might have to do with system caches and other things that are not yet bogged down because of extensive usage..

    Feb 19, 02:31 AM
    About Steve's wardrobe: I think the dresscode for that dinner was casual. Having dinner with the president is already exciting enough, and i bet Mr.Obama didn't want to put more stress to it by demanding 3-piece suits. It's not an offical dinner, just people having a good time, and Mr.Obama was just leveling the playingfield to make sure everybody was feeling comfortable.

    Apr 30, 03:36 AM
    I am sorry if this has been said before, but I would really LOVE to have a right-click (or control-click) option that allows you to send the selected item as an email.

    So right-click on a -say- pdf, doc, jpg or mp3 displays the the drop-down menu and if you select the 'send as email' function it opens a new mail msg with selected file already attached.

    To me that would be incredibly handy. anybody else think this is a cool idea?

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