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EmilGuseinov
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Thinking about iMac, but dont know how it work. Maybe someone would suggest something better. For video, design, 3d and etc. Bests Todik

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imac or a high end PC will do :D

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ShermanJackson
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I use an iMac 21.5

Never ever had a problem with it, it save you tonnes of frustration compared to a PC (I own a pc too).

It’s a strong machine but you might want to be aware of the yellow tinge issue which is common among iMacs.

Buy one and you will never regret.

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I use an iMac 21.5

Never ever had a problem with it, it save you tonnes of frustration compared to a PC (I own a pc too).

It’s a strong machine but you might want to be aware of the yellow tinge issue which is common among iMacs.

Buy one and you will never regret.

Mhz? Gb ram? Video Cart?

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Good buy. I work with several models of this machine and 0 problems. Even with the cheaper model.

If you use 3dsMax, you have to install windows on the machine. Only recomendation is to buy it with extra RAM (modern OSX E -A-T-S Ram). And no virus or similar…well the only virus of a Mac…installing windows on it :sarcasm:

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zun1989
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Try Mac Book pro. I mean its powerful and portable. And very powerful aswell. You can add 12 core processors now in Mac Book Pro. Go to their website and check out.

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Amrhamza
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Here you go: http://www.apple.com/imac/specs.html

4Gb Ram on this monster machine will suffocate it. you need 8Gb

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quickandeasy
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I use a MacbookPro, little bit dated now (still running Tiger!) but 4GB of RAM serves me and my work just fine.

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mudi
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you cant play alot of games on MAC . If you want todo gaming go for pc

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