I just got the new 2.53ghz macbook pro. After transferring some of my files I thought I'd test out the 3d performance by playing the call of duty 2 demo. I was initially completely underwhelmed. The framerates were far less than expected and it would not run on well except on very low settings. I checked and the laptop was set to better battery life. I changed to better performance, logged out, launched the demo again and saw no difference in framerate. Either the 9600Gt is not supported by the COD2 demo or it just doesn't work correctly. Also, in about this mac it says : pci10de,ac0: Type: Display Bus: PCI Device ID: 0xc00a0000 Revision ID: 0xb1000000 gMux Version: 1.7.3 Vendor ID: 0xde100000 under the graphics card, not sure what this means. And the ram looks like: BANK 0/DIMM0: Size: 128 bytes Type: DDR3 Speed: 1067 MHz Status: OK Manufacturer: 0x80CE Part Number: 0x4D34373142353637334448312D4346382020 Serial Number: 0x475A1899 BANK 0/DIMM1: Size: 128 bytes Type: DDR3 Speed: 1067 MHz Status: OK Manufacturer: 0x80CE Part Number: 0x4D34373142353637334448312D4346382020 Serial Number: 0x475A1881 Does any of this make sense or is this possibly the cause of the problem? I'm sure ram should say 2048mb instead of 128 bytes.... and shouldn't the name of the graphics card (9600GT) appear anywhere?