- Oct 1, 2006
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|System Name||The ClusterF**k|
|Processor||980X @ 4Ghz|
|Motherboard||Gigabyte GA-EX58-UD5 BIOS F12|
|Cooling||MCR-320, DDC-1 pump w/Bitspower res top (1/2" fittings), Koolance CPU-360|
|Memory||3x2GB Mushkin Redlines 1600Mhz 6-8-6-24 1T|
|Video Card(s)||Evga GTX 580|
|Storage||Corsair Neutron GTX 240GB, 2xSeagate 320GB RAID0; 2xSeagate 3TB; 2xSamsung 2TB; Samsung 1.5TB|
|Display(s)||HP LP2475w 24" 1920x1200 IPS|
|Case||Technofront Bench Station|
|Audio Device(s)||Auzentech X-Fi Forte into Onkyo SR606 and Polk TSi200's + RM6750|
|Power Supply||ENERMAX Galaxy EVO EGX1250EWT 1250W|
|Software||Win7 Ultimate N x64, OSX 10.8.4|
Ah, but that's the thing -- not only do I find MacOS 10.5 a minor update at best, but the kinds of programs I'm finding that are requiring it are ridiculously simple -- I just can't imagine them needing to use hugely specific low-level OS functions, since I'm pretty sure even versions of Photoshop that worked on 10.4 will work fine on 10.5. I'll try and find a few examples.
But a few of those older progs that no longer work, but should, used a DRM system that doesn't run on later versions of the OS. A simple patch by the vendor is all it would need. It's the vendor's fault, not Apple's, in those cases.