Since putting it on my MBPro (and I've been running since dev previews) my fans have not turned on once, even booting CS5.5
(BTW, how the hell can Adobe have such problems with Lion???? They had the same preview builds we did and I have converted all my software with no problem!)
Its like Adobe did it on purpose, I cannot get DW or PS to stay running to save my soul! I am using Pixelmator now for PS work, but I have not found an equivalent PHP editor that comports to DW, any ideas on that greatly appreciated.
On Jul 21, 2011, at 2:15 PM, Taylor Armstrong wrote:
> An interesting test would be to see what sort of CPU hit you encounter
> as well.... with SSD's, a 12% throughput hit isn't all that horrible,
> but I'm curious what impact it has on CPU doing the
> encryption/decryption on the fly. Will writing files cause my MBP to
> spin the fans up? Writing an encrypted DMG sure does....
> On 7/21/2011 4:10 PM, David Emery wrote:
>> I installed FileVault on an older MB Pro (that happens to have a Momentus XT Hybrid drive in it), ran XBench Disk Test, then enabled File Vault encryption and re-ran the Disk Test benchmark. FileVault inflicted a roughly 12% performance hit. This is not a scientific test for many reasons, but it's probably a good first blush.
>> Does Lion support FileVault encryption on external drives, too? How about Lion Server? (Now that it's out, I guess we can talk about such things, right?)
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