Originally posted by O4BlackWRX
Serial ATA is the fastest next to SCSI, and I don't think they make an external SCSI.
On more than one occasion I've had to buy SCSI drives specifically because the were external.
Originally posted by Placebo
My question is: which part of your hand to you use that with? I hate thumb trackballs (no control at all).
I personally like this Logitech design:
You get extremely precise control. You...
Format it as a PC disk, and it should work on both computers. I think it has to be FAT32 or FAT16 for this to work though. On the other hand, NTFS support might maybe be in OS X now; it's been awhile since I've checked.
Originally posted by bunge
I'm in favor of Apple keeping two CPUs in their pro machines because if you're running any mission critical services and one CPU dies, the whole machine doesn't necessarily die. A little redundancy...
Originally posted by BRussell
I fully understand that there are computer-intensive applications out there. I'm interested in whether those applications that you name would fully utilize quad processors in an efficient manner....
Originally posted by rageous
Disagreement is good, but it's hard to argue that that scene with Legolas sliding down the trunk of that elephant mid-battle and striking one of his many vogue poses was some of the stupidest...
You need IDE, not SATA. I'm not sure if there's a limit on the size or not. Officially, nothing above 128GB is supported, but Apple changed controllers part way through their run, so it depends on which one you've got. It won't hurt...