- Black brushed aluminum, or a complete new look.
- Windows pre-installed! In a dual-boot fashion of course.
- Dual-link, good graphics card (ex: GTX 580 SLI, or maybe the 570s)
- Quad Core
- 8 Gigs of ram
- 256 GB SSD for OS X and Windows + 750 GB, 7200 RPM for data.
Boom! you got a winner here if not too pricey. A machine you can buy that has been designed from the get-go to run games at impressive frame-rates. A hassle free dream machine, with a power supply that can actually spit out enough power to feed your graphics cards.
Plus, audio/video guys can still add more CPUs and ram if needed, and remove a graphics card if not necessary. But keeping them would actually improve video editing/compressing performance since Apple is integrating OpenCL in most of their software products. I would even tend to predict Logic X will use OpenCL in some way…
All this being wishful thinking of course.