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Old 31-05-06, 01:07 PM
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MacBook runs 3dMark05 Demo

Ok now this is TRUELY impressive. This video shows a guy running the 3dMark05 Demo on his MacBook (NOT a MacBook Pro). This MacBook only has a 1.83ghz Core Duo, 512mb RAM, and the craptastic Intel onboard video.

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I'd say with those low arse system specs that little lappy cranks out that Demo pretty darn well. So well in fact i was like omfgwtfbbqibetmacbookpropwnsit. So yeah, I think I'll vid my own version of this once the MBP comes in and see how it stacks up.

/still amazed the lil $1099 MacBook can do that... sheesh.

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Old 31-05-06, 01:37 PM
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will you testing yours?i'm waiting the result.

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Old 31-05-06, 01:47 PM
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Im impressed that it managed to run it like that. But tbh i think a $500 custom pc would still do better...
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Old 31-05-06, 04:05 PM
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Im impressed that it managed to run it like that. But tbh i think a $500 custom pc would still do better...
Duh... You also can't fold up a custom PC into a nice 1" flat piece of pure sex w/ a high res 17" monitor. rofl
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Old 31-05-06, 07:18 PM
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To be honest I'd rather have a Dell XPS ...

But impressive for a lil' lappy

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Old 31-05-06, 07:33 PM
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To be honest I'd rather have a Dell XPS ...

But impressive for a lil' lappy

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We're talking about a freakin $1000 lappy with some pretty ****e specs... I'd rather have an XPS over a MacBook too
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Im not all that sure if my 9600 ran the demo that good
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Will stick to my Opty 146 for now

But yes Frag that does look like its running well for a laptop of 1.8ghz power.
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Old 01-06-06, 08:36 AM
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Will stick to my Opty 146 for now

But yes Frag that does look like its running well for a laptop of 1.8ghz power.
And onboard intel gfx
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