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zhangxiao

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Hi all,

This is my gear:
  • Asus P8P67 Deluxe
  • i7 2600K
  • GeForce 560 Ti 1G
  • 8G RAM
Which system definition should I use? Mac Pro or iMac?

Thanks!

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Use which ever has a closer hardware specification to your own.
Being SandyBridge, iMac12,1 may give you better PowerManagement.

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Interesting, i thought it just a name thing, so there are rules to use it? I have mine on Mac Pro,

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There are ways of using a system definition to your advantage. I suggest you do some research on the subject.





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