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butlerm
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can’t wait to buy one!

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DoubleX
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:)

But yes, I like the design and the way hardware is placed inside. Intereseting idea of cooling. But again it will be way over it’s hw price and I prefer win.

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Music2Sync
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9.9×6.6 inches!! I’m sold (depending on the price)

Travelling with my current 2008 8 core is a pain in the a$%e!

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VF
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9.9×6.6 inches!! I’m sold (depending on the price) Travelling with my current 2008 8 core is a pain in the a$%e!

It would be safe if the diameter dominates height (just kidding) – will occupy space though. I would like to have my desktop CPU stand rigidly on one place than seeing it rolling on floor like cylinder by accident! :D

This could result more efficient, economical cooling system: :D

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ideastools
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Top view like a camera lense :D

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JakubVejmola
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BTW guys, how about Mac Pro and After Effects…? Since I have thought that Adobe is a better friend with nVidia than Ati/AMD. And now we have that dual AMD cards in Mac Pro…what about CUDA ray-tracing and stuff?

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Altaf_ajju
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BTW guys, how about Mac Pro and After Effects…? Since I have thought that Adobe is a better friend with nVidia than Ati/AMD. And now we have that dual AMD cards in Mac Pro…what about CUDA ray-tracing and stuff?
I am not sure where I read this, but recent versions of Adobe products support Open CL, so AMD are back into play. Adobe also opened unofficial support for other nvidia cards which was not in their list.
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ModusMotion
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After many years working with serveral Macs I got a Windows PC as a secondary machine and noticed, thanks to Nvidia, the PC renders 3 time faster! :D

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You can put an Nvidia GPU in a Mac y’know. :-)

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ModusMotion
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You can put an Nvidia GPU in a Mac y’know. :-)

Not in an iMac with a current Apple Care Protection Plan. Also the i5 which came with the Mac doesn’t worth it! ;)

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