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44 thoughts on “2012 iMac – Guide

  1. Dustin McClure says:

    Depends what you do with it. If you are a serious gamer, then I would definitely go with the updated map. If you are a light gamer then the stock card should work fine.

  2. Bigsheesh says:

    You can Boot Camp partition on your HD and install Windows 7 to play modern games. With a fully loaded 27 “iMac, you can play most modern games at the highest settings.

  3. Dustin McClure says:

    iMacs are not really that great for most modern games. What games do you play? Most modern games are good to play on the 27 “but not at full resolution., You need to reduce the resolution and effects.

  4. Dustin McClure says:

    I think you can use a Thunderbolt drive as the boot drive, but I have to check on that. Also, you really only want to see a significant increase in speed from the fusion drive, if you had a ssd raid in external drive. Which could almost double the speed of the built-fusion drive.

  5. Jose Javier Flores says:

    Not necessarily, you pay ≈ $ 200 – $ 400 for and iPod touch. For the iPhone, you pay ≈ $ 199 for the phone, but your locked into a 2-year contract paying $ 60 + every month. In these two years, you will have paid more than two and a half thousand U.S. dollars. About 4 times the value of the iPhone. You pay less for the iphone, when you buy it, but you agree that you will stay with that carrier company you buy an unlocked iPhone for at least 2 years.If, you pay around $ 600 – $ 800

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