Hey MacRumors!, The issue: The Boot Camp graphics drivers are bad at best, broken at worst. They run games really poorly and lag around a lot. This is because they are from 4/1/11, which is now more than a year old. They haven't been updated to properly support newer games, and these games break. I tried to update the drivers but AMD's driver package contends I do not have an AMD card, but I have a MacBook Pro Ultimo 15" so that's obviously not true. How do I upgrade my driver stack to something that isn't more than a year old? The story (for those who care, ignore if you don't - it's not needed to answer my question. ): I just got a new MBP 15". This is my first MacBook, and so far I'm incredibly disappointed. Not to troll you guys of course, the reason I signed up here is maybe your expertise could help me as every time I call Apple about literally any issue they just say "We don't know what is wrong." Every time. ****. I'm actually fairly surprised about this given that I had a Hackintosh desktop for 2 years and it worked flawlessly even through several hardware upgrades and 2 OS upgrades (Leopard -> SL -> Lion) - what could possibly go wrong? Well everything. I get 4-7 kernel panics a day at school due to a bug in the WiFi driver. Calling Apple I get "We dunno what's wrong, cya". The Windows support is poor, the computer runs ferociously hot and noises a ton - it's heavy weighing in at almost 3.7kg, which is ridiculous - and the graphics card is underclocked. It's so far underclocked that I get poorer performance than a 3 year old Linux laptop with ATi, no less. It had a 4650. This is 2 GPU generations ago and a slower model (This has 6770) and yet it still, somehow, runs hot and slower! Not giving up yet though... with a little bit of tweaking it could probably improve... Thanks for listenin'!