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Hi,

Just want to know best way to set this up:

Setting up a HP x8600 dual boot windows 7 -64 & Mac OS Leopard?

I want to set up a RAID 0 for the OS ~ with 2 75GB SATA drives.  With 1 TB for Storage.  If possible I want to use Eco friendly drives to keep the electricity down.  I have 8x 1GB memories..

I would also like to get some recommendations on some useful graphics/video software/cards.  This is mainly for editing photos and home made videos.  I would like to make some videos and send them out to 'grandma/grandpa'.  I don't have much time to learn CS3, so something less indept would be useful.

Thanks .
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Hello,

the setup seems fine, use Samsung Eco drives if possible.
Video Software: I prefer Gimp on the Windows Side.

Shrek
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