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I really thought Gorges was dead. I remember when that guy got the puck in the throat x_x Couple of stitches and the puck left an imprint on his helmet. He\'s apparently playing tonight. Game wasn\'t slow. I would love more like this..

New Macbook Pros announced

at 9:19 - 24th, February 2011
Macbook pro\

  • 17" 1920x1200 Display. 2.2Ghz Quad i7. 4GB RAM. 750GB HD. AMD 6750M 1GB. $2499

  • 15" 1440x900 (1680 option) Display. 2.2GHz Quad i7. 750GB HD. AMD 6750M 1GB. $2199.

  • 15" 1440x900 (1680 option) Display. 2.0GHz Quad i7. 4GB RAM. 500GB HD. AMD 6490M 256MB. $1799

  • 13" 1280x800 Display. 2.7GHz Dual i5. 4GB RAM. 500GB HD. Intel HD Graphics. $1499

  • 13" 1280x800 Display. 2.3GHz Dual i5. 4GB RAM. 320GB HD. Intel HD Graphics. $1199

all prices in US.

First Quad core cpu's in apple laptops. Not all apps can use all 4 cpu's, hell some dn't even take advantage of two. so introducing Turbo Boost 2 Technology.

Intel® Turbo Boost Technology 2.0 automatically allows processor cores to run faster than the base operating frequency if it's operating below power, current, and temperature specification limits.

Very interesting that they're now using ATI GPU's.

LightPeak port macbook pro

Also of interest, the machines all have a mini display/thunderbolt port. From wiki
Light Peak is a proprietary optical cable interface designed by Intel to connect devices in a peripheral bus. The technology has a high bandwidth, 10 Gbit/s, which may be boosted to 100 Gbit/s over the next decade

Oh, thunderbolt is also known as lightpeak by intel and probably the whole rest of the PC industry.

The ATI GPU's are discreet, meaning, your not using it, then it's not on and uses the integrated intel gpu. Start playing a game and it turns on the GPU.

• Alex


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News comment 1 | User comment 1033 | 10:21 - 25th, Feb 2011

Looks nice, but the price is a bit high for me. I'm actually planning on buying a computer, my laptop is having issues with the graphics card so it sometimes reboots. For 999$ i can get:

Intel? Core?i7-930 processor
6GB Tri Channel DDR3 SDRAM at 1333MHz
1TB - 7200RPM, SATA 3.0Gb/s, 16MB Cache
AMD Radeon HD5670 1GB GDDR5

I know it's just a desktop, but i haven't been moving my laptop around very much an i can get a much more powerful system as a desktop.

When i looked at Mac desktops, they started at 2599 for the mac pro. The iMac was closer to my price, but underpowered and i don't need the monitor.

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News comment 2 | User comment 1033 | 10:23 - 25th, Feb 2011

Wondering if i should get more ram, the system i'm looking at has 6 dimm, and for 80$ i can get 8GB and for 160 i can ge 12.

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News comment 3 | User comment 4883 | 12:20 - 25th, Feb 2011

6 gigs not enough?
i have 4 and unless i'm running 2 OS' or maybe photoshop, i never touch the 4 gigs, even while playing games.

macpro is not for you, it's a desktop for production, as in 3d rendering, video, image, sound. my friend pat has one and doesn't do any of the above. he does run something like 8 OS' on it at the same time, plus multiple servers.

if you're honestly looking at imac, i'd say wait for either this refresh or the next. the screens, cpu and gpu's are supposed to change soon.

Check here for suggested update schedule, though the more i read macrumors the more i think it's info is supplied by apple through "leaks"

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