I haven't tried it in Windows... but it will be most likely faster, as I can overclock the video card in Windows, but not in OSX...mulletman13 said:Sweet Jesus, I can't wait to be playing 1920x1200 tomorrow when my 24" arrives :-D
This was in OSX you say? Any idea how quick it is in Windows via BootCamp?
storage said:The framerate you get is not too strange since you are not using any shader effects or any FSAA. You also use LoD.
It's still nice though.
I'm mad because Apple will force me to buy a 24" iMac or a Mac Pro . I already have a 24" display! I really wish they would release some kind of Conroe Mac.
Probably because he has vertical sync enabled .MacProGuy said:To compare, my father in law's Dual Core Intel 3.4Ghz (original dual core chip) P4 Windows XP Gaming Box with nVidia 7900 Card is getting a MAX of 60FPS in WOW... However, he does get a solid 50-55FPS Average in all situations no matter how stressed...
I usually have faster framerates outside and then I choke when I go into a city. Bit confused here. What are your framerates when you're running around in, say, Orgrimmar, or in a 40-man raid?MacProGuy said:However, just to be clear, this isn't the AVERAGE speed I'm seeing outside.... Outside I'm probably getting 35-45fps for lows, and 45-65-80 fps most of the time in most situations out side... the 110+ FPS areas are apparently in the cities where there is less stress from drawing the backgrounds...
ZoomZoomZoom said:I usually have faster framerates outside and then I choke when I go into a city. Bit confused here. What are your framerates when you're running around in, say, Orgrimmar, or in a 40-man raid?