Posts Tagged ‘compatible’

As supposed, Deus Ex Human Revolution should work with Nvidia 320M as stated by Feral at their Facebook :

Many unsupported cards will run the game, but with a bit of stutter, so we understand that you’d rather see for yourself.
If you meet the other specs, the game will work on that card. The only reason we don’t “officially” support it is that there is still a little bit of stutter, and we want all officially supported machines to have perfect performance.

The game is available through the Mac App Store (39,99 euros, 15 GB).


Logic Pro 9 (and then Logic Express 9) indeed works perfectly on a PowerPC mac (universal binary application). Moreover it seems performing ways better than Logic 8 (by using more efficiently distributed load accross CPU cores), so running it on a G4 shouldn’t be a problem :
For the record, LP9 is up and running on my G5 Quad. While I’ve yet to fully test functionality or Mainstage 2 fort hat matter, I can say that the upgrade process ran smoothly.
I’m editing a large project at the moment and I’ve not yet run into any issues. One thing I can say is that all 4 processors in my Quad seem to be better utilized than under LP8. Load looks very evenly distributed.

PPC and Logic 9 works…trust me. I’m running it right now– and I’ve worked on three large projects just today.
In terms of MASSIVE performance improvements; I’m a bit stumped. My G5 Quad is running at about half CPU in a plugin intensive session containing about 46 tracks (32 MIDI). Disk I/O load is also about nill. Memory is at about 75% utilization.

UPDATE : as stated through below links, Logic Express is Intel binary only starting 9.1.1 update (the updates won’t apply on PowerPC).