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MacBook Pro - DDR2 vs DDR3

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So I was waiting for the WWDC to pass before running out to buy a Macbook Pro. I didn't have a ton of faith in a new Macbook, but why chance it. So now I am about to take the dive, but want to know if there is anything I will be missing out on if I don't wait for Intel's new chipset. Also I think it may be better for me to buy now so that I don't have to use DDR3 RAM ($$$). What is the difference between DDR2 & DDR 3? Will I miss any crazy advancements if I don't wait another month or two for the new chips? I work with a video production company and will be taking this notebook everywhere.
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