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Ok. So does anyone own a Mac Pro that they use on a daily basis?
Currently I have a Mac laptop I use for work and then I have a PC I built myself that I use for gaming and any random stuff.
What I'm envisioning is a Mac Pro that will sit in my office with 2-3 monitors hooked up to it. Anything I need to do I can do on that thing. I can have multiple VM's running, multiple IDE's open, photoshop and illustrator open, switching between doing 50 different things and it can handle it.
I just want to hear from some people who have them or use them if it's worth the $$$? If I get one is it really going to last me 5+ years like they say?
- Is it possible with the power of these things to do all my gaming in a VM? Or would I still need to boot camp?
- Are there any caveats or weird gotchas with the hardware and trying to use windows for gaming on it?
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