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2-12-2008 @ 3:14AM
I generally get 35-45 on my iMac C2D (the first Intel iMac) with 1.5g of RAM and a 2ghz processor... let's see what happens, non? I'll update later!
2-12-2008 @ 3:53AM
I update and of course, the Network is down except for Port 80. The geniuses running our college network do this all the time when they're 'upgrading' (BKA running around screaming "OH MY GOD I'M GOING TO GET FIRED FOR TAKING THE CREDIT PROCESSING DOWN!".So I'll let you know. If it's anything, the login screen looks smoother!
2-12-2008 @ 4:33AM
ok, things are back up and I can confirm a modest increase in speeds - 5-10 more FPS (In a busy screen time in SHatt I could dip as low as 15 FPS, now I'm getting 25, which is a segnifigant increase, plus it looks much smoother.)IN general standing around IF, I was getting 70 FPS where before 55 was more common. Generally, an improvement. Aces Apple and Blizzard. Keep it going. I'll update a bit later with info from my MacBook and see if that has a difference.
2-13-2008 @ 12:46AM
correction, dear sir: The first Intel iMacs were not C2D's at all. Just CD's.http://www.everymac.com/systems/apple/imac/index-imac.htmlI know, because i have a 17" 1.83GHz CD. ;) 2MB L2 instead of the nice 4MB that the following C2D product included. Another sucky part about the CD models were the RAM max: 2GB. What a bummer. :(
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