|Nov 21, 2012, 09:17 AM||#2|
|Nov 21, 2012, 12:03 PM||#3|
went from my loaded PC gaming rig (i5 2500k, Radeon 6970 2GB etc etc) to a 13" cMBP.
For the most part I can play the same games I used to play. Admittedly I was a little worried about going from a dedicated GPU to an integrated 4000, but it handles itself quite nicely.
Games I have tried out on the Mac:
League of Legends
Lord of the Rings Online
The 13" games adequately, don't expect mind blowing fps, but it wasn't a big disappointing going from a fairly high-powered desktop to a much more compact solution.
I have yet to try gaming in bootcamp.
|Nov 26, 2012, 02:27 AM||#4|
I got World of Warcraft to over 30FPS on my 13 inch retina MBP. I am a very casual gamer, so that works fine for me. But I imagine that hard-core gamers will want a laptop that has a dedicated GPU to max out all the effects. I scaled mine back to the lowest, then went up from there until I arrived at a good balance between performance and prettiness.
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