Jimmy bro, Canon in Malaysia drop in price and heard much cheaper than Singapore, can change system lo, LOL
Don't be afraid to shoot, it will not repeat twice
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techinical question for butties:
last time i use WinXP with CS4, it was much faster than now (Win7 & CS5). Have i missed out anything? what settings do you guys set for the performance handling section in CS5?
my current hardware is Asus P5Q MB, Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 3.0Ghz, Kingston 03x2Gb DDR2 RAM, 2TB WD HDD and Asus EN8800GT 512Mb DDR3 PCIE.
I used to be able to open 40 RAW files and process concurrently.... now sometimes open 20, will also get 'out of memory' notification!
Last edited by Pauche; 11th August 2011 at 07:08 PM.
I am no computer expert, this question is best answered by KT kor kor...
my experience is:
WinXP is generally running faster then win7, reason being that "small ships can sail faster, big ships are more clumsy".
However, after using win7 ( x64 ) for about 6 months, the systems seems to be more stable then winXP and it utilize the available program memory better. 64bit O/S seems to be running much faster then the 32bit OS. So, when you install win7, install the x64 version. I also enjoy using the Virtual PC feature. I am running a winXP inside win7 and so far so stable.
Intel i7-2630QM ( 2G ) with 8G RAM.
a nob advice,