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My Mac’s – MacBook Pro 4.1 vs MacBook Pro 5.1 with Benchmarks

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So as some of you are aware, I purchased the new MacBook pro 5.1.  It is a sexy machine.  Now I never thought about this previously, but I’d like to compare this model to my previous one, the MacBook Pro 4.1. Starting with the MacBook Pro 4.1:

MacBook Pro 4.1:
CPU – intel i7 620M 2.66 Ghtz Arrandale with 4 MB on-chip L3 cache
               Scored a 2786 on the passmark benchmark test
GPU – nVidia GeForce GT 330M with 512MB of GDDR3 SDRAM
               Scored a 489 on the G3D Benchmark Test
RAM – 4 GB of 1066 MHz PC3-8500 DDR3 SDRAM
Screen – 15″
Storage – 500GB @ 5400 rpm

So that was my first mac, not a bad first impression… until…

MacBook Pro 5.1:
CPU – Intel i7 2720QM 2.2 Ghtz Sandy Bridge with 6 MB on-chip L3 cache
               Scored7186 on the passmark benchmark test
GPU – AMD Radeon HD 6750M with 1 GB GDDR5  SDRAM
               Scored a 1119 on the G3D Benchmark Test
RAM – 4GB of 1333 MHz PC3-10600 DDR3 SDRAM
Screen – 15″
Storage – 750GB @ 5400 rpm

Pretty damn good lads!    Well this time I was smart enough to use Boot Camp to put Windows on the machine, so I can enjoy the PC Games outside of work.

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Walther P99 (Co2) Review

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Author: Foose
Editor: Naota
Product: Walther P99 (Co2)
Price: $62.99 (Price may vary)
Date: 06/09/2010
Rating: 6.7/10

Well fans, get ready for a new category:  Weapons!
I’d love to talk to you all about my recent purchase of the Walther P99 from Amazon.com

SUMMARY: I recently purchased this near-perfect replica of a Walther P99 powered by Co2 and shoots .177 caliber BB’s.  It functions as a real gun, meaning you must pull the slide back to cock the internal hammer.  The ordinance doesn’t chamber, it stays in the clip actually which is good because it poses less of a threat when determining if the gun is ‘safe.’  Once you fire, the slide blows back, then slides forward to re-cock the internal hammer.  The slide catches back when the magazine is spent.  To release the slide, pull the slide back and release or press the slide release lever.  The ejection is on the trigger guard.  The safety is very well built.  To put it in ‘fire’ mode, you must pull back and up, but to put it on ‘safe’ you simply push it down. 



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