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  • 30. Re: Will my MacBook Pro run the new Mountain Lion OS?
    BroCraig Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Will mine be ok? Do i need more ram? Will it run slow? Scared to update.

     

    Model Name:          MacBook Pro

      Model Identifier:          MacBookPro6,2

      Processor Name:          Intel Core i5

      Processor Speed:          2.53 GHz

      Number Of Processors:          1

      Total Number Of Cores:          2

      L2 Cache (per core):          256 KB

      L3 Cache:          3 MB

      Memory:          4 GB

      Processor Interconnect Speed:          4.8 GT/s

      Boot ROM Version:          MBP61.0057.B0C

      SMC Version (system):          1.58f17

      Serial Number (system):          W8014AWSAGV

      Hardware UUID:          093EB581-0C13-57B6-9502-D226BAC4AB44

      Sudden Motion Sensor:

      State:          Enabled

     

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  • 31. Re: Will my MacBook Pro run the new Mountain Lion OS?
    Chrigl Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Should work but ML is a bit slow then. I had 4 GB RAM but upgraded to 8 GB and it's working fine.

    These is my MacBook:

      Modell-Identifizierung:MacBookPro5,3
      Prozessortyp:Intel Core 2 Duo
      Prozessorgeschwindigkeit:2.66 GHz
      Anzahl der Prozessoren:1
      Gesamtanzahl der Kerne:2
      L2-Cache:3 MB
      Speicher:8 GB
      Busgeschwindigkeit:1.07 GHz
      Boot-ROM-Version:MBP53.00AC.B03
      SMC-Version (System):1.48f2
  • 32. Re: Will my MacBook Pro run the new Mountain Lion OS?
    Courcoul Level 6 Level 6 (11,470 points)

    Indeed. CPU-wise, the Core 2 Duo will suffice, but ML is a full 64-bit OS and 4GB will lead to more paging into virtual memory, thus a performance hit.

     

    Another thing to consider when making the big jump is that ML (as well as L) does not support PPC code anymore. The Rosetta emulator is gone. If you have older programs you need to run, you'd better stay on SL. Or at least do a Get Info on each and make sure they are either "Application (Universal)" or "Application (Intel)".

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