Hi, I am looking at buying a 27" IMAC
However, if i submit a support question, it says I agree to destroy my version of photoshop. Of course Im happy to do that if i buy the mac but im not agreeing to it in case I dont so its a bit chicken and egg really.
So my question is, before i spend nearly 1400 pounds on an imac and then realise i cant use my CS5 at all, which will be my main editing tool, how will I know if this is possible?
The difference is, not that I need to explain, is that my machine cannot cope with my cameras pictures even with the max amount of ram. If i weight up all the options of upgrading all the components and buying a mac, theres actually not much between them however spending another 600 pound on top for another version of cs5 i cannot afford on top..
If RAM and keeping up with your camera is an issue, why would you look at a new computer with only 4GB and only one hard drive?
If you shop around a bit more, you can find a computer with more RAM and an extra hard drive for Photoshop's scratch disk... for less than the iMac.
iMacs are great computers. I just wince when people think they are upgrading economically.
Yeah i know what you mean. Its why i am just considering all my options to be honest. The IMAC is a good computer but i am weighing all options up before and if i purchase, hence my photoshop q
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