Poor perfomance in very old games!?

Marceli99

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Jun 12, 2017
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Hello, at first - sorry for my bad english.

So... I bought used MacBook 12 2016 M3 a few days ago and sometimes i want to play old games, like a GTA San Andreas, GTA 3 etc.

I watched this film -
this guy play comfortable in high settings in older device ( Intel HD 5300 vs. HD 515 ), but I have only 20-25 fps in lowest settings and low resolution 1100x700px, in GTA 3 also I have less than 30 fps in lowest settings, why?

I'll just mention i care about my OS, anyway i install fresh system from USB stick when i got a computer.
 

Marceli99

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Jun 12, 2017
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Try in Win 10.
I try installing bootcamp and games, but due to poor perfomance i must remove win 10. Windows 10 work completely bad... even at low resolution... i cant using this system when he lagging so much...

I only tested omsi 2 and ets 2, well... omsi 2 have no more than 20 fps, when in macbook air 2015 i have more than 60, ets2 runs completely unplayable less than 20 fps i low, lowest settings.
 

sakabaro

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Feb 24, 2015
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I try installing bootcamp and games, but due to poor perfomance i must remove win 10. Windows 10 work completely bad... even at low resolution... i cant using this system when he lagging so much...

I only tested omsi 2 and ets 2, well... omsi 2 have no more than 20 fps, when in macbook air 2015 i have more than 60, ets2 runs completely unplayable less than 20 fps i low, lowest settings.
Sounds like a driver issue. You want to look for the most updated GPU driver and performace is radically different.
 

Marceli99

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Jun 12, 2017
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Sounds like a driver issue. You want to look for the most updated GPU driver and performace is radically different.
I using video driver from bootcamp or from windows update - i don't know, anyway driver installed automatically.
 

Marceli99

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Jun 12, 2017
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Anybody can test perfomance in gta san andreas in similar hardware? Like a HD 5300 or HD 515?
 

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