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Power Mac G5 1.8


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Hello

I have Power Mac G5 1.8
2GB Ram
500GB HDD

And I am open for anyone suggestions what is the best OSX for this machine, and what version of Final Cut I can install.
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Mac Specs: 13" MB 2.4ghz, 2gig ram, OS 10.7.5

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I would suggest running OS 10.5.8 (this is the latest & last version this computer can run).

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I second the 10.5.8 recommendation. For Final Cut Pro, go with version 6. The current version (sold as part of Final Cut Studio) requires an Intel chip.
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