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MBP: dual vs quad core

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    My MBP is the 13" dual core with 8GB and 256 SSD, runs Linux VM's fine and can push most apps without problem.
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      #12
      Originally posted by BlueSharp View Post
      My MBP is the 13" dual core with 8GB and 256 SSD, runs Linux VM's fine and can push most apps without problem.
      I have a Retina 3.4 i7 iMac, 1Tb SSD, 32gb ram, tried to build a Solaris Cluster, shared storage on another VM, made the machine unusable, so don't think SSD's are the be all, same set up is flying on a what, 6 year old T5220 in the shed/data centre....

      That's SPARC over x86 probably tho, the main reason Linux on X86 is utter pants.....

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