Hello, I have been searching around to compare the Processor, RAM and GPU in my MacBook Pro to the recommended system requirements of a game in detail. This is a very general statement as what I am specifically trying to determine is whether or not I will have a smooth time running it on my MacBook Pro in Boot Camp. Allow me to say that I do not use my MacBook Pro to game primarily, and I do not attempt to play recent games on it. I game casually and the game that I am attempting to play is from 2008. I am running a 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo P8600 Processor and the the system requirements recommends a 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 Processor or equivalent. I looked up both of these processors and the E6600 has 1MB of L2 Cache on the P8600. I searched L2 Cache in reference to gaming and I found a lot of outdated posts and articles claiming its importance, but I would like to know of it's importance today. How will this impact my experience? I have 4 GB of 1067 MHz DDR3 RAM. The system requirements lists 2048 MB of dual-channel DDR2 RAM. I immediately figured that I wouldn't have a problem but when searching I read that dual-channel is not the same as double data rate, so I looked it up in detail and it's a lot of complex stuff. However, what I got from it was that it simply means that your RAM is in two slots, which I certainly have of course. Is that correct? Also, does the fact that I have 4 GB of DDR3 over ~2.05 GB of DDR2 mean that I will see even slight increased performance? I am also running the NVIDIA GeForce 320M with 256 MB of Total VRAM. The recommended system requirements suggests an NVIDIA GeForce 7900 GTX or equivalent. I almost didn't even bother looking it up as the 7900 is from a very old series, but it's a GTX so I figured it would preform better than my GPU. The NVIDIA GeForce 7900 GTX scored a 4678.2 on 3DMark06, and the NVIDIA GeForce 320M scored a 4346.5, according to Notebook Check. The 7900 GTX has 512 MB VRAM, while the 320M has 256 MB as stated. How much of a preformance loss am I looking at here considering the VRAM difference, roughly? I figure that I will be alright considering that the 3DMark06 scores are so close. Thank you.