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Jayserna's Mac mini setup
Desk:
- 23" Apple Cinema Display
- Altec Lansing FX6021
- Casio Exilm
- Apple Wireless Mouse (back-up)
- Apple Universal Dock
- Apple 5G iPod 60GB (black)
- Pens/Pencils
- Aluminum Touch Sensor Lamp
- Logitech Duo MX
- Palm m515
- Altec Lansing Controller & Remote

CPU Stand:
- 1.66 GHz Intel Core Duo, 2GB RAM
- NewerTechnolgy miniStack v2 500GB
- Games
- Apple Remote
- Motorola Razr V3
- Apple Shuffle 1GB
- Apple iPod nano 2GB
- Apple 4G iPod Photo 20GB
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bobo23 [Sep 05, 2006 at 10:57 AM]
You've got a pretty nice setup my friend. You spent a lot of money to get a faster system with your RAM, but what you really should do is set your ministack as startup disk, then you can boot on a 7500rpm in FW wich is much faster that your internal 5400rpm! I did it with my Lacie and the system is incredibly faster than befor! Try Carbon Copy Cloner, Clone the Mini's HD on the ministack (or on a partition on it) then change the boot volum in "Preferences". Tell me if your mini isn't an arrow now?
smiggs [Sep 05, 2006 at 12:25 PM]
Woah, i've never seen so many apps in one dock. Very nice desk. How does halo run on the mini? I guess with the ram upgrade it does a lot better.
jayserna [Sep 05, 2006 at 01:25 PM]
Start up disk is the ministack, the mini Hard Drive is named Macintosh HD, and it is the universal version of Halo and it runs like a champ!


      

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