stephenREVOLUTION2 at barncard.com
Thu Feb 4 19:21:16 EST 2010
Yes, I laud the upgrade to Intel, it was totally a wise decision. It's just
that the $$$$$$$$$$ I have in my two-screen media monster here is REALLY
becoming depressingly obsolete. ProTools HD (original PCI cards) has
stopped supporting G5s after the last version 8.01. It's been 9 years with
those cards, a pretty good run for this kins of stuff.
That's the way it goes, in the digital wonderland.
Well if the cooling doesn't blow up "It can always become a server..."
On 4 February 2010 16:10, Bob Sneidar <bobs at twft.com> wrote:
> I feel your pain. We have about 7 or 8 towers here and they are still very
> viable for things like graphics, audio and video post, etc. Our primary
> router is a G5 tower running Vicomsoft Intergate! However, think of the Mac
> world if Apple never switched to Intel. No Parallels or VMWare. No PC apps
> running on my Mac. I think the Apple market would have suffered
> tremendously. A LOT of avid PC people have switched to Mac when they learned
> they could still keep their beloved Windows and software. Funny thing is,
> most of the people I know who switched, liked the Mac OS so much they never
> use the PC side anymore. :-)
> On Feb 4, 2010, at 4:05 PM, stephen barncard wrote:
> > x86 INTEL ONLY. Burned again. Nothing for us G5 losers.
> > there is nothing wrong with my machine, except it's a g5.
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