Sine I don't own Nomad's Blue Tubes Effects Pack, I'm not running the Dual-Analog Chorus CH2S at home, but rather have used it a bunch at the studio where I'm working. All of our systems our Pro Tools HD, with the main system I've used it on having a Mac Pro desktop computer with 10 GB of RAM and dual 2.66 Ghz Intel Xeon processors. This isn't a great judge of how well the plug-in runs, as we never have issues running plug-ins. I would think that as long as you're comfortable in running your DAW, you should be okay with this plug-in.
The Nomad Factory BT Dual-Analog Chorus CH2S is a great plug-in to have for anyone's DAW. It's more than just your average chorus plug-in as it's got dueling LFO's for further possibilities and thicker sounds. It's the chorus plug-in I love to mess around with at the studio and definitely wish I had it at home. If there's a sound that I get with it that I can't live without, I'll print it right then and there, but most of the time I like to wait until mixing. The Blue Tubes Effects Pack is an overall awesome and very inexpensive bundle of plug-ins that's well worth considering for any DAW owner.