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Re: CS6 is released - so what now?

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Jeremy GarchowRe: CS6 is released - so what now?
by on May 11, 2012 at 4:04:42 pm

[Thomas Frank] "I am not going into the CUDA thing since we have 60% of our Mac Pro have it... but the comment about the OSX to be being a powerhouses. This is the most absurd thing I ever heard since the day I was introduced to the computer!
You aware the OSX is build on UNIX right which is a multitask whore, don't get me wrong Windows 7 is not bad (took them for ever to get descent OS... and NT was good) but there is a reason why Unix and Linux is still used today for Supercomputing."


It's built on it, but it's not the same.

Don't get me wrong. I'm am going to stick with OSX for as long as possible.

There's more to an OS besides speed.

You can boot a Mac in to windows and using the same software, it runs "faster". It doesn't mean better or more convenient.

OSX isn't a slouch. It's very powerful.

But when doing speed tests with similar software, OSX doesn't run quite as fast.

I am comparing how NLEs run, not what servers need to do. There's big differences and there's no hard and fast rules.

Jeremy


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