Request regarding the 27" i5/7's

Relis

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Apr 2, 2008
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Hey I've seen the benchmarks of the new iMacs etc, but I don't really get a picture of their performance (those numbers don't mean a whole lot to me :p)
Could anybody, that is in possession of a 27"/i5 or i7 iMac and a copy of either Call of Duty 4 or 6 (MW2) tell me what their performance is, and settings? (stutters, fps,quality etc etc).

Much obliged! :)
 

53x12

macrumors 68000
Feb 16, 2009
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Just loaded up COD4 MacOS version and had it at full res with everything on high and it was smooth as butter no glitching what so ever, and I had a movie playing on iTunes at the same time too. I'm not sure what the fps was since I don't know how to see that in COD4.

Ok at full res and everything on max i am getting 60-80 fps this is at 25whatever by 1440.

Ok here is a video, and sorry i was lying as you can see in the video the only thing that wasn't all the way up was the antialiasing and the other slider i forget what it is but everything else was maxed out and was getting between 40-70 fps sorry about the video but it's very hard to control and hold it with my iphone at the same time. Enjoy.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FpapHHkN6-4

OK AA at 4x and AF all the way up 30-60 FPS closer to 30 steady though, never went below that.

Click here: This is the thread you want to read, it should answer all of your questions + more.
 

camgrant84

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Oct 15, 2009
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Sydney
COD4 runs well on my I7.

I have all settings maxed out and have no noticable fps problems.

I am running it at 1920x1080 tho. at Native resolution it stutters a bit when turning.
 

Relis

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Apr 2, 2008
22
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COD4 runs well on my I7.

I have all settings maxed out and have no noticable fps problems.

I am running it at 1920x1080 tho. at Native resolution it stutters a bit when turning.
And it doesnt look bad because of the lower resolution?
Also, could you record your fps using console or fraps?

And thanks 53x12! :)
 
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