miniPC's for the Client-Side? | Page 4

Discussion in 'General' started by overture, November 15, 2006.

  1. geocas1

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    Mac Mini

    I use MP on two mac mini cure duos with 1 and 256 mb ram each and they run the video fine a bit hard on the video card for the menu system but on skins that dont do much animation they work fine trying to see if its the skins or the lack of more ram or maybe the video card.


     
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  3. overture

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    How loud are the fans on the mac mini's?
     
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    Sounds good to me. Just to find some money now...
     
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