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Re: Laptop for Native

Postby DGaines » Tue Mar 29, 2011 20:02

Larry Elliott wrote:Dennis

Can you advise which model you are using?

Thanks
Larry


I am using a ASUS N71JQ-A1. It has a solid state boot drive and i7 processor. Really love it.
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Re: Laptop for Native

Postby Perfect Record » Wed Mar 30, 2011 22:57

DGaines wrote:
Larry Elliott wrote:Dennis

Can you advise which model you are using?

Thanks
Larry


I am using a ASUS N71JQ-A1. It has a solid state boot drive and i7 processor. Really love it.
Dennis


Dennis,
At AES I suggested that you provide some guidelines for tuning a system for running Pyramix. Any chance that you can post something?
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Re: Laptop for Native

Postby gabriel » Thu Aug 11, 2011 22:42

Dear all,

I have to say I'm not a member of the Mac religion, but using a MBP17 turned out as a very good decision for Pyramix Native. Running bootcamped Windows XP x32 with a RME MADIface is a very stable platform for Pyramix. And since the RME runs equally well on Mac OS-X, I can also use Logic 9 for some tasks. Apart from that, the MBP just provides a very good high resolution LED display (you can order antiglare), has a good battery (maybe also due to a better charging strategy), probably the best Firewire chipset, astonishing good sounding internal speakers and last but not least, it looks nice. All the difficult things under Windows like waking up from suspend mode etc. are working flawless, which points to good drivers. Initially I was looking for a Dell mobile workstation but found out, it would cost me more equipped with comparable parts.

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Re: Laptop for Native

Postby Donald S » Thu Dec 22, 2011 16:08

I'm running PMX 6.1 on a MBP 2.66 Core Duo 4gig ram w/XP without any problems. I keep a copy of Reaper on the mac side in case of emergencies!
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