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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by vjicecool, Jun 29, 2014.
It takes 1gb out of the 8gb total.
If you are asking about dedicated video memory -
The Iris video chip on that model does not have dedicated (hardware) memory, but shares with the main memory, and uses more as needed, up to 1GB.
i was asking in the intent to play video games on that mac, do you recommend it
The cap actually went up beyond 1GB in Mavericks, if anyone could find the WWDC video on it I'd appreciate it.
You also asked the video memory question about 4 months ago.
If your question is REALLY about game play, and how well your MBPro will do games, there's a bunch of threads here that try to answer that to some degree.
Here's one specifically about the Iris 5100 (in the late 2013 13-inch MBPro)
Iris Pro takes 1.5 GB on OS X 10.9.3.
depends heavily on the game and settings
i think i was referring to an older version of mac at that time
Any one ever played : Grand theft auto V on RMBP?
GTA5 is not yet released for PC. And I highly doubt that the 13" MBP will be able to play it even remotely well.
I saw some where it is possible to play?
like the hacked one
Yes, you can play it on an Xbox
no man i am talking about on mac
there is a version of gta v, which you can play on mac
i saw on torrents site
In case I was not clear before, I will repeat it. GTA 5 has not been released on the PC platform (this includes Mac) . There are no versions, legal or otherwise. What you saw was either a trojan or maybe some earlier GTA game.
VRAM doesn't matter all that much for games, that's usually not the limiting factor. The thing that does limit a graphics card is it's actual computing power.
Iris is a step in a good direction as far as integrated graphics go. But it's no match for an actual, dedicated graphics card for gaming.
look on the pirate sites man you will find one with instruction on how to install and play
You are either a scammer trying to get people to install known malware, or, well, I can't really write this here or they will ban me
At any rate, good luck with your fake game installers.
It depends on how much memory do you have installed in mac. More memory = more video ram