I've got a new 24" iMac with 1gb of RAM and have installed Bootcamp v1.4. I've been installing a lot of my PC games ranging from FEAR/Age of Empires 3 on the new end to Half-Life 2 and Knights of the Old Republic on the older end. As I said I've got one 1gb of RAM, however tomorrow my new RAM will arrive and I'll be running 4gb since I do a lot of multitasking while in OSX (running parallels and other OSX apps at once... no gaming). So, is there any chance of the increased RAM helping out at all with Bootcamp gaming performance? I do realize the iMac is not a substitute for a dedicated Windows machine and gaming isn't why I bought it. But why not try to maximize what it can do, right? On a somewhat related note, I'm not used to playing PC games on a widescreen monitor so I was wondering what a decent resolution to be running games at is. I know the monitor is 1900x1200 native, but that just murders games. I've been setting games at 1280x768. Does anybody suggest something else? Are there any settings I should avoid like AA and/or AF?