Macbook Pro 15inch 2011 ATI 6750m Game Benchmarks

Quazimojo

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Here are some benchmarks from my new Macbook Pro 15.

I figured people would be interested in some game benchmarks under Windows 7 and to get an idea of just how well the new AMD 6750 runs .

The GPU scores are about on par with a 260mGTX which is pretty insane and the CPU score is beyond off the charts :D.

Might post some more depending on the interest but again i figured there were people who wanted to see what it can do ;)




Crysis was run at 1440x1050 on an external monitor since the benchmark program does not allow 1440x900. I ran one bench at high and the other at medium.





Resident Evil 5 All on high no AA



Just Cause 2




Some quotes from other people with the same machine..


So the 6750M handles F1 2010 better than my Alienware M15x (with 5850) most because of the CPU (that game is very demandning on the CPU)

F1 2010
900p, all high, no AA
min 43 fps, avg 52.5
using in game timedemo

Dirt 2
900p, all high, no AA
min 27 fps, avg 37
using in game timedemo

Dragon Age 2 Demo
900p all very high, no AA
Avg: 47.083 - Min: 24 - Max: 65
(I think I left v-sync on by mistake - so the score would be even better)

So yes, this is a reasonably good gaming PC in addition to having everything else you love about a Mac.

Crysis Benchmark on Macbook Pro 15" i7 2.3Ghz - 8GB Ram - momentus xt 500gb -
Battery life on Windows 7 Bootcamping and gaming: 2hrs





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Game: Fallout New Vegas
System: Bootcamp / Windows 7 Enterprise
Hardware: Macbookpro8,2 - Macbook Pro 15", 2.3Ghz, i7 Quad, Radeon 6750m, Momentus XT Hybrid 500GB, 8GB Ram

Resolution: 1680x1050
Antialiasing: 4 samples
Anisotropic filtering: 8 samples
Detail: High
FPS:average 45
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y4U8peg5FE0
 
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Quazimojo

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How hot is your new machine getting while playing? Bearable?
Temps so far seem good but i am not obsessing over the them honestly.

These things run hotter then most laptops do and its something i have come to accept so i try to not focus on them to much since afterall if it croaks thats what the warranty is for :D.

If the machine starts throttling from heat then i will become concerned ;)
 

Erasmus

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Crysis on High at 1400x1050, 20-30 fps is amazing. Would likely run even better at native res, and would fly at 720p.

Thank you, this is all I wanted to know. Unless you can try Starcraft 2 on High? :D
 

BiTE

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Nice post, just the kind of info I needed.

Any chance for some videos of the games running?
 

paxos

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Urks, this sucks compared to 4 year old desktop graphics...

guess I was dreaming
 

BubbaMc

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MultiMediaWill said:
I am interested in the FPS on Flight Simulator X, one of the most demanding games on the market.
This, and DCS A10 please.
 

dagamer34

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Urks, this sucks compared to 4 year old desktop graphics...

guess I was dreaming
You do realize that desktops have a TDP cap of over 400W compared to a laptop which is 25-35W for a chip, unless you want a wind blower to be installed or have a skillet in your lap.
 

lewdvig

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Does PhysX on/off influence Vantage scores on a RADEON? I don't think so, but that CPU score seems high.

Any chance you could run 3dmark06? That program is easier for me to cross reference.

This Vantage score is very good for a single GPU solution in a thin/light PC.
 

strang

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This should kill StarCraft 2. That's no where near as demanding as Crysis. I can play StarCraft 2 at ease on medium @ native on last generation 13" MBP.
 

JTToft

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Sorry for going a little off topic, but can someone tell me if the difference between the 6490M and the 6750M will matter to my computer usage if I do not care about gaming? I would like to be able to play Blu-ray Discs and other HD video material (and edit it) and would be doing some Photoshop.

Thank you.
 

JNL Productions

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Awesome scores, thanks for the post. I'm so happy they included a gig of VRAM instead of only half in the new cards. If you have COD: Black Ops, I'd appreciate it if you tested that out as well and see what frame rates you can get (although if you played Crysis with those FR's, that's pretty damn good).

Thanks again.
 

Evil Spoonman

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Sorry for going a little off topic, but can someone tell me if the difference between the 6490M and the 6750M will matter to my computer usage if I do not care about gaming? I would like to be able to play Blu-ray Discs and other HD video material (and edit it) and would be doing some Photoshop.

Thank you.
No difference playing back HD content. I imagine the IGP is taking care of that decode anyways.

For light Photoshop work, you'd probably never notice. Photoshop CS5 can take advantage of OpenGL to do some of its drawing, to do so requires a decent amount of framebuffer. The 6750M's 1GB of VRAM is virtually necessary for fluidly working with large and complex photoshop manipulations.
 

JTToft

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No difference playing back HD content. I imagine the IGP is taking care of that decode anyways.

For light Photoshop work, you'd probably never notice. Photoshop CS5 can take advantage of OpenGL to do some of its drawing, to do so requires a decent amount of framebuffer. The 6750M's 1GB of VRAM is virtually necessary for fluidly working with large and complex photoshop manipulations.
- Thank you. That's what I thought.
 

miscarriage

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Is the ATI 6750m better than the ATI 4850m (iMac Late 2009)?

Hello everyone,

I would like to know whether I should switch from my iMac late 2009 (i7, 8GB Ram, 4850m, 1TB HDD) and my MacBook Air 13" Best Specs to the new MBP 15"?! I would like to know whether the 6750 is faster than the 4850 or not?! I think the 4850 is faster. What do you think/know?!

Thx for the help!
 
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