|Sep 1, 2007, 03:30 PM||#1|
ArmA on a Macbook Pro ?
Has anybody already run ArmA on a MacBook Pro ?
On which model ?
Any video ?
That's something important for me to decide buying a MacBook Pro.
Thanks for any info.
|Sep 1, 2007, 04:50 PM||#2|
Not yet. That's one of a few Windows games that I want to try under Boot Camp, but I got rid of my Boot Camp installation.
My problem is that I'm used to a lot better video card with more memory than this 128MB video in the MBP 15.4"
|Sep 2, 2007, 05:10 PM||#3|
I'm presently playing it on an ASUS A6KmQ007H laptop (AMDTurion64 1.8 GHz) that has a NVIDIA 7300 Go Turbocache graphic card.
So I guess it can't be worse....and therefore that it should be fine on a MBP with 128 or 256 MB
I just wanted to see it running on a MBP, it would encourage me to buy this wonderful but priceless laptop.
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