Starcraft 2 vs new Mac Mini 2014 I'm considering ordering one of the new 2014 Mac Mini's for home/personal use. Planned software use includes Adobe CS6 applications, several X11 based applications, either local or (graphics) exported from Unix/Solaris system(s). Hardware wise, I was planning to purchase one of the higher end (if you can call it that) new Mini's, to include the 3.0 GHz i7 processor && 16 Gb of ram. Display wise, I'm planning to attach a couple of 27" generic displays either via DVI or HDMI interfaces, which I believe that I can achieve via misc adapters & cables. I honestly don't believe that any of the above will be any problem, I'm just listing it all to be complete. The real reason I'm posting in this section is I would like to be able to play Starcraft 2 on it. I accept the new Mini for what it is, and I wouldn't be expecting to get the highest frame rates or the higest level of game detail. OTOH, I also know I wouldn't be happy with it if I was stuck with the lowest game detail level/resolution/etc and it was choppy at that. And if this box isn't capable of doing what I want, would I be better off hunting down a high end/4 core version of the 2012 Mac Mini for Starcraft 2? Or is it really just going to take a Mac Pro? I know that SC2 was released in 2010, so I'm hoping that there is some way to play this game on OS X without footing for a 12 core system. I have absolutely no interest in loading up bootcamp+ms windows to play a game.