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Discussion in 'Digital Hub' started by lynk_soul, Feb 27, 2012.
Guys, need help.
What can you recommend me?
tell us more... it's hard to guess.
for what would the recommendation be?
get the latest one that suits your budget
Tell us what do you intend to do with it. What are you computing needs?
buy the best money can buy
if you're making a choice between the new unibody & the older version (2006-2008) of the mac book pro, opt for the older one. It's more durable, easier to repair w/ more available parts. Hope this helps.
The deal breaker for me with the 2011 Macbook Pro is that they have Intel GMA graphic cards, and not NVIDIA.
Hi guys. What's the normal boot up/start up time for late 2011 Macbook Pro? Mine is around 40 seconds. Is that normal?
mine is also 40 seconds for my early 2011 mbp.
same here... bnew mbp md313 (late 2011)... about 40 secs boot up time
Mine's 39 secs. Maybe i counted wrongly? Haha
early 2011 base model - 40.023 secs
So that's the normal start-up time for the latest MBP. I was a little concerned when I counted my colleague's MacBook 2010's start-up time. It's around 35 seconds. I used the same counting technique on my laptop and it was slower by 5 seconds. Hehe.
mine too. usually 40+ seconds to start up. late 2011 model.
45.69 seconds startup [auto login] and firefox 9 startup page.
early 2008 MBP
mine boots up in 15 seconds. MBP 13 2010... (8GB RAM / SF SSD)
if connected to my external display - 20 seconds... (it takes some extra time identifying displays I guess)
Thats seem slow considering your already using SSD, mine is less than 4.x seconds, I have installed 8gb ram and gskill SSD.
less than 5 seconds? from cold boot? - come on...
by "boot up", I mean - from the time you pressed the power button until you reach the desktop.
I'm also using a G.Skill SSD (Phoenix Pro) + G.Skill 8GB mems
post a video of your boot up here (with timer of course) or it never happened.
or it never happened +1