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Apple users who edit with Adobe Premiere Pro will be interested to know that nVidia has released Mac drivers for their latest graphics cards, which should give Mac users some decent Adobe editing options. Specifically, this pertains to hackintoshers, as it seems the nVidia GTX 285 graphics card that I originally recommended has been discontinued. More »

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One problem Mac Pro owners face is a lack of available nVidia graphics cards for creative professionals, which is important because of Adobe’s utilization of nVidia cards for Premiere Pro and other CS5 apps. Today, however, nVidia announced that their Quadro 4000 — a serious GPU based on their latest “Fermi” generation of chipsets, designed for 3D rendering and other professional uses — will be coming to the Mac Pro. This is a card for high-end post-production (not just in Adobe apps), and it’s great that it’s coming to the Mac Pro. However, while it’s a good thing for Mac Pro owners, it’s even better for Hackintosh builders. Here’s why: More »