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I need a CHEAP computer, solely for running FCP.

Would the new 1.66ghz Mac Mini with 1gb ram be sufficient for these purposes?

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The Mac Mini does not have a dedicated Video Card, so final cut pro will not work. I would suggest the iMac 17" 2.0Ghz. It does have a dedicated video card.... Hope this helps!

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