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Sousuke

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About Sousuke

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    I'm not a Nerd, I'm a Specialist
  • Birthday Jan 06, 1991

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    South Wales (UK)
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    Office Administrator

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  1. Here is my gaming/pc setup almost complete, just got to do some last min cleaning and sorting then its done! Monitors: Left - LG UltraGear 27UL500-W 4K Lower Right - Dell S2721DS 27inch 1440p 75Hz Upper Right - Dell PH2419H 1090p 60Hz Computers: MacBook Air 2020: M1 (8CPU Cores, 7 GPU Cores), 8GBs of RAM, 256GB SSD Gaming PC: Ryzen 2600X, RTX 3070, 16GBs of RAM, 256GB NVME SSD, 3TB WD Black HDD
  2. Some to be honest, I have an MSi Motherboard and Graphics card in my gaming PC. I've never had a problem with their products (Quality & Support) which is my biggest concern when purchasing from a company.
  3. The M1 MacBook Air is that impressive, I've sold my 2017 iMac!

    1. dizmo

      dizmo

      I hope you don't use many apps outside the ones it already has 😛

    2. Sousuke

      Sousuke

      I've tested all the apps that I need day to day and the M1 even using Rosetta works perfectly! 

  4. I've not really looked at the ML Cores on my M1 MacBook Air but this is easily an amazing feature if supported by the software manufacturers!
  5. As it's been stated above, it's all about workflow and how they have used the Adobe Suite for years. It would most probably cost LMG more to convert to another workflow, re-optimising the servers and other processes that it wouldn't make sense. Plus I think that in the large scale within LMG it's a small expense. Yes 10k is allot of money but it's tiny compared with the rest of the yearly budget, plus loosing all those man hours to switching means it makes no sense to switch to a new platform unless the Adobe platform forces them to in a different way.
  6. Sales are hard to find however after a few months you maybe able to snatch up a refurbished MacBook Air on Apple's Refurbished site, I bought my 2017 iMac off there and had £250 off (£1500 instead of £1750) and it was like a new product (3 Months after launch). I've not had any licensing fees to know of however Apple Music and other services will be subscription but unlike the iOS ecosystem you can just use whatever you want.
  7. It is very impressive, If Apple can do this with a 1st Gen CPU ... What could they do with a 2nd or a 3rd?
  8. I am blown away, especially with Valley as this has been running under the "Rosetta 2 layer"!
  9. So I have recently upgraded my MacBook Air from the 2018 base model to the 2020 base model. The M1 Chip is as Steve Jobs would have called a "Screamer" the benchmark results coming from this machine is really impressive! You can see that in a 2 year gap, the improvements are so big in almost every single way!
  10. I have bought a few goodies for my Gaming PC as of recently, They include the following: A Corsair A500 Air Cooler (For only £30! or $40) AND An RTX 3070 from MSI Below are the before and after photos!, Can't even see the motherboard anymore
  11. Will do! Will also do a comparison to my current MacBook Air (2018) before I sell it!
  12. Yeah I was wondering that but I currently use my current MacBook Air mostly in college!
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