Is Mac Mini 2010 good for C9?

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Is Mac Mini 2010 good for C9?

Post by kobio » Sat Jun 29, 2019 8:09 am

Hello,
I want to minimize my setup from a big desktop to a small PC like the Mac Mini that I have the problem is I don’t know if the Core2Dou CPU on this machine is good enough to run heavy plugins and in General.
Even if I boost it to 16GB of RAM and replace the HDD to SSD I still don’t know if it will be good enough.
What is your opinion regarding this setup?
Oh, the MM2010 has good IO ports including FW which I need...

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Re: Is Mac Mini 2010 good for C9?

Post by Nickeldome » Sat Jun 29, 2019 12:05 pm

It depends on many factors? Not only on RAM? There's only one way to find out? Just install and see how it goes?
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