I'm sorry if this is in the wrong section, but this is my first post. I don't even know what that Prefix is for either. Not sure if you can move threads here, but please do if this is in the wrong section. So I keep reading that Mac isn't for gaming and what not (knew that already). However, I was already planning that I was going to get Windows on my Mac anyway to play games. Which then led me read that BootCamp or Parallels Desktop are good ways to go to run Windows. However, I later read that the higher and newer games would not run as great or not run at all due to the fact that we can't replace the graphic cards and what not on Macs. The articles that I read also said that you would basically have to replace the computer after about 2 years to get the higher end games. Which led me to wonder if the Mac I'm going to get is good for the types of games I play. This is just a small list of games I play right now that either don't lag or lag very little: Elsword (lags on occasions) GrandChase (lags on occasions) MicroVolts (lags when I enter match) TalesRunner (No lag) Wizards 101 (Lags once in a blue moon) Pirates 101 (hasn't lag yet) My Windows computer isn't great (I don't even know its specs) but I want to try games like: Uncharted Waters Elder Scrolls Minecraft (I tried with my current computer and it would lag like crazy) Total War StarCraft Call of Duty (Maybe) Diablo 3 Games that are a bit more on the heavy side on graphics These are the specs of Mac I'm going to get. (Straight off my cart) 2.6GHz Quad-core Intel Core i7, Turbo Boost up to 3.8GHz 16GB 1600MHz DDR3L SDRAM 1TB PCIe-based Flash Storage Intel Iris Pro Graphics NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M with 2GB GDDR5 memory So my questions are: Are these specs good for the types of games I want to play later? Are these specs good for my current games? Should I get Bootcamp or Parallels Desktop to run Windows? Thank you for the time you spent to read this post, and thank you for your time to led my a hand.